An epidemic of erythromelalgia happened in a secondary school in Hubei in February and March, 1987. The morbidity of erythromelagia among the students was total 11.2％(98/872): male 3.2％(26/692); and female 40％(73/180).
The prevalence of children with deviant scores was higher in boys than in girls, and also higher in early and middle school years than in late school years.
A preliminary research on middle school students' academic subjective well-being and its major influential factors
This study is conducted with self-developed questionnaire on 910 middle school students, aimed at describing middle school students' academic subjective well-being and exploring its influential factors.
Results show that (1) Academic subjective well-being of middle school students is generally low and there exist differences in different schools and grades.
(2) Factors directly affecting middle school students' academic subjective well-being are academic experience and the present academic achievements · · with the former playing a major role.
Comprehensive study of environmental consciousness of high school students
Seven students of a high school who were trained with the B.M.
Influence of moderate physical exercise on the cardiac rhythm parameters of elementary and junior high school children
Airway conductance in high school students living in the European North
Spirography and pneumotachometry have been used to study airway conductance in apparently healthy high school students aged 15-18 years (120 boys and 120 girls) who were born and reside in Arkhangel'sk.
They 104 examined pupils (53 girls and 51 boys) of the fourth form of a secondary school between the ages of nine and ten over the school year.
The series of articles summarizes a 30-year study on the development of skeletal muscles, bioenergetics of muscular exercise, and physical working capacity with age in elementary and secondary school students.
Screening for abnormal eating attitudes in a population of Egyptian secondary school girls
In this study, which is based on an earlier one by the same author, a popalation of secondary school girls in Cairo, Egypt (n=351) was screened for abnormal eating attitudes using a translated version of the Eating Attitude Test Questionnaire.
The psychometric features of the Eating Attitude Test Questionnaire (EAT) are described in an Egyptian population of secondary school girls (n=351).