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Displaying Publications 1 - 30 of 5864 in total

  1. Geographical distances between separated parents: a longitudinal analysis

    Michael J. Thomas, Clara H. Mulder, and Thomas J. Cooke

    1. Geography
    2. Migration
    3. Households
    4. Family Formation And Dissolution
    5. Sociology Of Households
    6. Caregiving
  2. Parametric models for biomarkers based on flexible size distributions

    Apostolos Davillas and Andrew M. Jones

    1. Statistical Mathematics
    2. Health
    3. Surveys
    4. Biology
  3. Height, income and voting

    Raj Arunachalam and Sara Watson

    1. Politics
    2. Elections. Electoral Behaviour
    3. Economics
    4. Income Dynamics
    5. Biology
  4. Broadband access reduced UK cinema visits and civic engagement

    Andrea Geraci, Mattia Nardotto, Tommaso Reggiani, et al.

  5. Women aren't a monolith – and the white women supporting Kavanaugh prove it

     Man Yee Kan and Anthony Heath

  6. It pays to be pessimistic, shows new research into entrepreneurs

    Christopher Dawson, David de Meza, Andrew Henley, et al.

  7. Dragons' Den encouraging 'wishful thinkers' to set up businesses doomed to fail, says study

    Christopher Dawson, David de Meza, Andrew Henley, et al.

  8. Why optimism and entrepreneurship are not always a good mix for business

    Christopher Dawson, David de Meza, Andrew Henley, et al.

  9. Entrepreneurs are far too optimistic about success, say researchers

    Christopher Dawson, David de Meza, Andrew Henley, et al.

  10. Common genetic variants contribute to risk of rare severe neurodevelopmental disorders

    Mari E. K. Niemi, Hilary C. Martin, Daniel L. Rice, et al.

    1. Medicine
    2. Child Development
    3. Health
    4. Biology
    5. Genetics
  11. Curb your enthusiasm: optimistic entrepreneurs earn less

    Christopher Dawson, David de Meza, Andrew Henley, et al.

    1. Psychology
    2. Management: Business
    3. Labour Market
    4. Organizations And Firms
    5. Wages And Earnings
  12. Vocation, mental illness and the absenteeism decision

    Ourega-Zoé Ejebu and Diane Skåtun

    1. Psychology
    2. Labour Market
    3. Well Being
    4. Health
  13. Mental health and reporting bias: analysis of the GHQ - 12

    Sarah Brown, Mark N. Harris, Preety Srivastava, et al.

    1. Survey Methodology
    2. Well Being
    3. Health
  14. Smile or die: can subjective well-being increase survival in the face of substantive health impairments?

    Martin Binder and Guido Buenstorf

    1. Psychology
    2. Well Being
    3. Health
  15. Broadband Internet and social capital

    Andrea Geraci, Mattia Nardotto, Tommaso Reggiani, et al.

    1. Information And Communication Technologies
    2. Geography
    3. Social Change
    4. Social Capital
    5. Arts
    6. Social Behaviour
  16. Would a bigger house make you happier?

    Chris Foye

  17. Difficult childhood experiences could make us age prematurely – new research

    Amanda Hughes, Melissa Smart, Tyler Gorrie-Stone, et al.

  18. The impact of long-term care on primary care doctor consultations for people over 75 years

    Julien Forder, Katerina Gousia, and Eirini-Christina Saloniki

    1. Older People
    2. Medicine
    3. Economics
    4. Public Policy
    5. Health
  19. Family fortunes: the persisting grandparents' effects in contemporary British society

    Min Zhang and Yaojun Li

    1. Young People
    2. Education
    3. Labour Market
    4. Life Course Analysis
    5. Social Stratification
    6. Sociology Of Households
  20. The puzzle of Britain’s unhappy girls

  21. Fifth of 14-year-old girls in UK 'have self-harmed'

  22. Nearly a quarter of 14-year-old girls in UK 'self-harming', charity reports

  23. More than a fifth of 14-year-old girls in UK have self-harmed — report

  24. 'Nearly a quarter' of girls aged 14 self-harm

  25. Nearly a quarter of girls aged 14 (22%) said they had self-harmed in just a year according to a new report by The Children’s Society

  26. The Big Five personality traits and partisanship in England

    Toke Aidt and Christopher Rauh

    1. Politics
    2. Public Opinion
    3. Psychology
    4. Elections. Electoral Behaviour
    5. Life Course Analysis
  27. The good childhood report 2018

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    1. Psychology
    2. Young People
    3. Well Being
  28. Moving on and moving out: the implications of socio-spatial mobility for union stability

    Marina Shapira, Vernon Gayle, and Elspeth Graham

    1. Geography
    2. Demography
    3. Migration
    4. Labour Market
    5. Family Formation And Dissolution
    6. Life Course Analysis
    7. Sociology Of Households
  29. Brexit is direct result of austerity and cuts like bedroom tax, research suggests - Politics live

    Thiemo Fetzer

  30. Tory austerity and welfare cuts like bedroom tax directly caused Brexit, new study finds

    Thiemo Fetzer


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