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Using Ancillary Sociodemographic Data to Identify Sexual Minority Adults Among Those Responding “Something Else” or “Don’t Know” to Sexual Orientation Questions

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Title
Using Ancillary Sociodemographic Data to Identify Sexual Minority Adults Among Those Responding “Something Else” or “Don’t Know” to Sexual Orientation Questions
Published in
Medical care, December 2019
DOI 10.1097/mlr.0000000000001190
Pubmed ID
Authors

Marc N. Elliott, James M. Dahlhamer, Sarah MacCarthy, Megan K. Beckett, Nate Orr, Paul Guerino, Denis Agniel, Catherine L. Saunders, Mark A. Schuster, Judy H. Ng, Steven C. Martino

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#12,285,343
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#3,125
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#208,310
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#58
of 59 outputs
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