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Smoking cessation and gender differences – results from a Swedish sample

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Novel Findings on Gender Differences in Self- Disclosure: The Sharing of Personal Information in Japanese Students’ Close Friendships

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Gender Differences in Motivation and Teacher Performance in Core Functions in Kenyan Secondary Schools

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Gender Differences in Prosodic Characteristics of Speech in the Task of Serial Subtracting of Sevens

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Gender Differences in Kidney Transplantation – 10-Year Retrospective Study

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Gender Differences and Consumer Behavior of Millennials

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Does Finnish Educational Equality Extend to Children of Immigrants?

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Contribution of Peripheral and Central Fatigue in Different Conditions (Gender and Time of Day Differences)

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Gender differences in depressive symptoms in Thai adolescents

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Gender Differences in Health Care Utilization Among the Elderly

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