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1970
Cunningham, David A.,  Montoye, Henry J.,  Metzner, Helen L.,  Keller, Jacob B. Active leisure activities as related to occupation. Journal of Leisure Research. 2, (2), 104-111.
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1968
Cunningham, David A.,  Montoye, Henry J.,  Metzner, Helen L.,  Keller, Jacob B. Active leisure time activities as related to age among males in a total population. Journal of Gerontology. 23, (4), 551-556.
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1982
House, James S.,  Robbins, Cynthia,  Metzner, Helen L. The association of social relationships and activities with mortality: Prospective evidence from the Tecumseh Community Health Study. American Journal of Epidemiology. 116, (1), 123-140.
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1990
Thompson, Frances E.,  Metzner, Helen L.,  Lamphiear, Donald E.,  Hawthorne, Victor M. Characteristics of individuals and long term reproducibility of dietary reports: The Tecumseh diet methodology study. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 43, (11), 1169-1178.
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1977
Metzner, Helen L.,  Harburg, Ernest,  Lamphiear, Donald E. Early life social incongruities, health risk factors and chronic disease. Journal of Chronic Diseases. 30, (4), 225-245.
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1975
Montoye, Henry J.,  Metzner, Helen L.,  Keller, Jacob B. Familial aggregation of strength and heart rate response to exercise. Human Biology. 47, (1), 17-36.
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1983
Metzner, Helen L.,  Carman, Wendy J.,  House, James . Health practices, risk factors, and chronic disease in Tecumseh. Preventive Medicine. 12, (4), 491-507.
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1986
House, James S.,  Strecher, Victor,  Metzner, Helen L.,  Robbins, Cynthia A. Occupational stress and health among men and women in the Tecumseh Community Health Study. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 27, (1), 62-77.
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1976
Montoye, Henry J.,  McCabe, John F.,  Metzner, Helen L.,  Garn, Stanley M. Physical activity and bone density. Human Biology. 48, (3), 599-610.
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1969
Cunningham, David A.,  Montoye, Henry J.,  Metzner, Helen L.,  Keller, Jacob B. Physical activity at work and active leisure as related to occupation. Medicine and Science in Sports. 1, (3), 165-170.
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1977
Metzner, Helen L.,  Lamphiear, Donald E.,  Wheeler, Noel C.,  Larkin, Frances A. The relationship between frequency of eating and adiposity in adult men and women in the Tecumseh Community Health Study. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 30, (5), 712-715.
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1982
Metzner, Helen L.,  Harburg, Ernest,  Lamphiear, Donald E. Residential mobility and urban-rural residence within life stages related to health risk and chronic disease in Tecumseh, Michigan. Journal of Chronic Diseases. 359, (374), 359-374.
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1972
Montoye, Henry J.,  Willis, Park W.,  Keller, Jacob B.,  Metzner, Helen L. Systolic preejection period: Relation to habitual physical activity. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 4, (2), 77-84.
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1971
Monto, Arnold S.,  Napier, John A.,  Metzner, Helen L. The Tecumseh study of respiratory illness. I. Plan of study and observations on syndromes of acute respiratory disease. American Journal of Epidemiology. 94, (3), 269-279.
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