Quality and Quantity

, Volume 6, Issue 2, pp 327–351 | Cite as

Delinquent generations revisited

The statistical analyses appropriate for testing cohort hypotheses of this type
  • Roy A. Carr-Hill
  • Keith Hope
  • Nick H. Stern
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  • Roy A. Carr-Hill
  • Keith Hope
  • Nick H. Stern

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