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Pub. Year
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2002
Rhee, H. Examining the Patterns of Physical Symptoms by Using Clustering Analyses. Add Health Users Workshop. Bethesda, MD.
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2005
Rhee, H.,  Holditch-Davis, D.,  Miles, M.S. . Patterns of physical symptoms and relationships with psychosocial factors in adolescents. Psychosomatic Medicine. 67, (6), 1006-1012.
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2004
Rhee, H. Patterns of Physical Symptoms in Adolescents: Application of a Clustering Method. State of the Science Congress in Nursing Research. Washington, DC.
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2002
Rhee, H. Physical Symptoms in Children and Adolescents. Dissertation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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2000
Rhee, H. Prevalence and Predictors of Headaches in US Adolescents. Headache. 40, (7), 528-538.
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2004
Rhee, H.,  Miles, M.S.,  Halpern, C.T.,  Holditch-Davis, D. Prevalence of Recurrent Physical Symptoms and Associations with Age and Gender in US Adolescents. unpublished manuscript.
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2005
Rhee, H.,  Miles, M.S.,  Halpern, C.T.,  Holditch-Davis, D. Prevalence of recurrent physical symptoms in U.S. adolescents. Pediatric Nursing. 31, (4), 314-319, 350.
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2001
Rhee, H.,  Miles, M. Prevalence of Recurrent Somatic Symptoms in USA Youth. Southern Nursing Research Society. Baltimore, MD.
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2005
Rhee, H. Racial/ethnic differences in adolescents' physical symptoms. Journal of Pediatric Nursing. 20, (3), 153-162.
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2001
Rhee, H. Risk Factors and Sequelae of Headaches in Schoolchildren: Clinical Implications from a Psychosocial Perspective. Journal of Pediatric Nursing. 16, (6), 392-401.
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