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Dataset Abstract

Title: AARP Spring 2016 Brain Health Survey [USAARP2016-0306]
Survey Firm: GfK Knowledge Networks
Study Date: March 3-6, 2016
Sample: National adult
Sample Size: 2600
Variables: 256
Abstract: General health and brain health (3); feelings and thoughts (14); knowledge and behavior change (14); life satisfaction (5).
Weight: Columns 56-61 (xx.xxxx) – Varname: WEIGHT1 Columns 62-67 (xx.xxxx) – Varname: WEIGHT2 Columns 68-73 (xx.xxxx) – Varname: WEIGHT3
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GfK Knowledge Networks. AARP Spring 2016 Brain Health Survey, Mar, 2016 [dataset]. USAARP2016-0306, Version 2. GfK Knowledge Networks [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Oct-16-2018.


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