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From: What explains between-school differences in rates of smoking?

Figure 3

A: Plot showing standardized school level residuals (school effects) for males versus females BEFORE adjusting for known predictors of smoking (NULL MODEL). B: Plot showing standardized school level residuals (school effects) for males versus females AFTER adjusting for known predictors of smoking (Model 1, see Table 3). C: Plot showing standardized school level residuals (school effects) for males versus females after adjusting for known predictors of smoking (Model 1, see Table 3) and PRIOR SMOKING. D: Plot showing standardized school level residuals (school effects) for male versus female PUPILS STILL AT SCHOOL after adjusting for known predictors of smoking (Model 1, see Table 3). E: Plot showing standardized school level residuals (school effects) for male versus female PUPILS THAT LEFT SCHOOL EARLY after adjusting for known predictors of smoking (Model 1, see Table 3).

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