Det odontologiske fakultet

Odontologisk institutt, Samfunnsodontologi

Produksjonsdato : 2001-01-30
Katalogtype: Kortformat.

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Birkeland, J. M.; Asmyhr, Ø.; Haugejorden, O.
Filled surfaces weakly related to decayed lesions in 20-year-olds. Caries
research (Abstract). 30: 303 1996. ISSN 0008-6568

2
Birkeland, J. M.; Asmyhr, Ø.; Haugejorden, O.
Weak relationship between decayed and filled surfaces  in 20-year-olds.
Journal of dental research; Divisional Abstracts: Scandinavian Division. 75:
5, 1301 1996. ISSN 0022-0345

3
Haugejorden, O.
Assessing the role of fluoridated toothpaste in caries decline. Journal of
dental research; Divisional Abstracts: Scandinavian Division. 75: 5, 1296
1996. ISSN 0022-0345

4
Haugejorden, O.
The use of fluoride toothpastes alone is not a sufficient explanation of
caries decline. Dundee 1996. BASCD 1996.

5
Haugejorden, O.
The use of fluoride toothpaste alone is not a sufficient explanation of
caries decline. Dundee, Scotland 1996. BASCD/EADPH Conference.

6
Åstrøm, A.N.
Dimensionality of Dental-Health Behavior. American journal of health
behavior. 20: s. 67-76 1996. ISSN 1087-3244

7
Åstrøm, A.N.; Rise, J.
Expectancy-value approach to drinking of non-sugared mineral water among
adolescents. Community Dent Oral Epidemiol. 24: S. 72-78 1996.

8
Åstrøm, A.N.; Jakobsen, R.
The effect of parental dental health behavior on that of their adolescent
offspring. Acta Odontol Scand. 54: s. 235-241 1996. ISSN 0001-6357

9
Åstrøm, Anne K. Nordrehaug
Dental health behaviour among adolescents. A socio-psychological approach. -
Doktorgradsavhandling. - Institutt for samfunnsodontologi, UiB 1996.

10
Åstrøm, Anne-Kristine Nordrehaug; Rise, Jostein
Analysis of adolescents' beliefs about the outcome of using dental floss
and drinking non-sugared mineral water. Community Dentistry and Oral
Epidemiology. 24: 3, 211-216 1996. ISSN 0301-5661

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Åstrøm, Anne-Kristine Nordrehaug; Rise, Jostein
Expectancy-value approach to drinking non-sugared mineral water among
adolescents. Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology. 24: 1, 72-78 1996.
ISSN 0301-5661


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