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Banister, Judith, and Samuel H. Preston. "Estimates of Completeness of Death Recording in the Chinese Sample Survey of 1972-1975." In Research on the population of China : proceedings of a workshop, edited by Robert J. Lapham and Rodolfo A. Bulatao. Washington DC: National Academy of Sciences Press, 1981.
Banister, Judith, and Samuel H. Preston. "Mortality in China." Population and Development Review 7 (1981): 98-110. Abstract
Bhat, Mari P. N., Samuel H. Preston, and Tim Dyson. Vital rates in India, 1961-1981. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1984.
Buzzell, Emily, and Samuel H. Preston. "Mortality of American Troops in the Iraq War." Population and Development Review 33 (2007): 555-566. Abstract
Condran, Gretchen A., and Samuel H. Preston. "Child Mortality Differences, Personal Health Care Practices, and Medical Technology." In Health and Social Change in International Perspective, edited by Lincoln C. Chen, Arthur Kleinman and Norma Ware, 171-224. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1994.
Dechter, Aimee, and Samuel H. Preston. "Age Misreporting and its Effects on Mortality Estimation in Latin America." Population Bulletin of the United Nations 31/32 (1991): 1-15.
Elo, Irma T., and Samuel H. Preston. "Racial and Ethnic Differences in Mortality at Older Ages." In Racial and Ethnic Differences in the Health of Older Americans, edited by Linda G. Martin and Beth J. Soldo, 10-42. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1997.
Elo, Irma T., and Samuel H. Preston. "The African American Population, 1930-1990." In Problem of the Century: Racial Stratification in the United States, edited by Elijah Anderson and Douglas S. Massey, 168-123. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2001.
Ewbank, Douglas C., and Samuel H. Preston. "Personal Health Behaviour and the Decline in Infant and Child Mortality in the United States, 1900-1930." In What We Know About Health Transition: The Cultural, Social and Behavioural Determinants of Health, edited by John C. Caldwell, Sally Findley, Pat Caldwell, Gigi Santow, Wendy Cosford, Jennifer Braid and Daphne Broers-Freeman, 116-149. Canberra, Australia: Health Transition Centre, Australian National University, 1990.