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Seatbelt and child-restraint use in Kazakhstan: attitudes and behaviours of medical university students
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    "Question about survey data-Table 2"

    In Table 2 on page 2 of the manuscript "Seatbelt and child-restraint use in Kazakhstan: attitudes and behaviours of medical university students," the last two questions focus on how often the respondent fastened children appropriately. However, there is no choice for if the respondent never rode with children in the past year. If that was the case the respondents may choose the response "never"-not because they did not fas...

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