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In 1972 the height of 7601 children aged five to 11 * 5 years in England and of 2214 in Scotland was measured. Their parents were asked to complete a questionnaire to provide social and anthropometric information. A sequence of linear models was fitted to the data to assess the associations between social and biological factors and height. At the time of the study it was found that sibship size, father's social class, and his employment status all had a significant relationship with child'sdoi:10.1136/jech.32.3.147 fatcat:jd5d56uoevdiblvjiu6ho5zlg4