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Elizabeth A. Easley, "Sensitivity and specificity of college students’ BMI and Perceptions of Weight in Determining Obesity Status" (2017)
This study determined the sensitivity and specificity of BMI and student perception of obesity status.
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Molly N. Melton, "Differences Among Body Fat Percentage Prediction Equations in a College Age Population" (2018)
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