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    editors, George A. Kaplan, Ana V. Diez Roux, Carl P. Simon, and Sandro Galea.
    Introduction: bridging complex systems, health disparities, and population health -- Using complex systems simulation modeling to understand health inequality -- Does improving the neighborhood food, exercise, and education environment reduce black/white disparities in body mass index? -- Developmental complexity: modeling social inequalities in young children and macaques -- No longer looking just under the lamp post: modeling the complexity of primary healthcare -- Complex determinants of disparities in walking within cities -- A prototype for identifying policy-relevant reasons for gender differences in physical activity -- Individual, social, and institutional practices determining school and college choice -- Contingent inequalities: an exploration of health inequalities in the United States and Canada -- Modeling the underlying dynamics of the spread of crime: agent-based models -- Beyond drill and fill: modeling the impacts of risk-based care on oral health disparities -- The relative importance of socioeconomic status and other major factors for population health: estimates using the healthpaths agent-based microsimulation model -- Agent-based models and health-oriented mobile technologies -- Using complex systems approaches in the study of population health and health disparities: seven observations.
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