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    Hi Group,

    Does anyone know of a site for reference that would provide anthropometric data on children in public school (ages 5, 6, and 7)specifically for seated elbow height, seated eye height, and buttock-popliteal length?

    Thanks

    #42225

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    I think that the best source for this data is:

    ChildData –

    Peebles L, Norris B, University of Nottingham for DTI, CHILDDATA, The handbook of anthropometric and strength measurements- Data for safety design. 1995

    Neil.

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    vino
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    A few moths ago, I’ve posted a link to the human body dimensions of the Belgian population (2005):

    http://www.dinbelg.be/Introduction.htm

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