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1981
Ryder, N.B. . Changes in parity orientation from 1970 to 1975. Prediction Fertility: Demographic Studies of Birth Expectations. Lexington, MA: D.C. Health.
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1981
Pebley, A.R. . Changing attitudes toward the timing of first births. Family Planning Perspectives. 13, (4), 171-175.
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1983
Pol, L.G. . Childlessness: A panel study of expressed intentions and reported fertility. Social Biology. 30, (3), 318-327.
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1979
Ryder, N.B. . Consistency of reporting fertility planning status. Studies in Family Planning. 10, (4), 115-128.
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1977
Westoff, Charles F.,  Jones, Elise F. Contraception and sterilization in the United States, 1965-1975. Family Planning Perspectives. 9, (4), 153-157.
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1980
Trussell, James,  Westoff, Charles F. Contraceptive practice and trends in coital frequency. Family Planning Perspectives. 12, (5), 246-249.
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1982
Ryder, N.R. . Differential fertility regulation 1975. Social Structure and Behavior: Essays in Honor of William Hamilton Sewell. New York, NY: Academic Press.
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1980
Beniger, James R,  Westoff, Charles F.,  Jones, Elise F. The Effects of Mass Media Reporting on Events vs. Trends on Discontinuation of the Pill and IUD, 1970-1975. American Statistical Association (ASTATA). .
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1983
Calkins, S.,  Heaton, T.B. . Family size and contraceptive use among Mormons: 1965-75. Review of Religious Research . 25, (2), 102-113.
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1976
Westoff, Charles F.,  Ryder, Norman B. National Fertility Study, 1975. Princeton, NJ: Office of Population Research, Princeton University.
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1979
Westoff, Charles F. Patterns of aggregate and individual changes in contraceptive practice, United States, 1965-1975. Publication (PHS). 79-1401, Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office.
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1980
Jones, Elise F.,  Beniger, James R.,  Westoff Charles F. Pill and IUD discontinuation in the United States, 1970-1975: The influence of the media. Family Planning Perspectives. 12, (6), 293-300.
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1979
Westoff, Charles F.,  McCarthy, James . Population attitudes and fertility. Family Planning Perspectives. 11, (2), 93-104.
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1988
Yeung, W.J. . The reciprocal effects of female labour force participation and fertility. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada: University of Alberta, Population Research Laboratory.
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1977
Westoff, Charles F.,  Jones, Elise F. The secularization of U.S. Catholic birth control practices. Family Planning Perspectives. 9, (5), 203-207.
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1976
Ryder, Norman B. The specification of fertility planning status. Family Planning Perspectives. 8, (6), 283-290.
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1980
Westoff, Charles F. Women's reactions to pregnancy. Family Planning Perspectives. 12, (3), 135-139.
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1982
Pebley, A.R.,  Westoff, C.F. . Women's sex preferences in the United States: 1970 to 1975. Demography. 19, (2), 177-189.
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