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  1. Housework share between partners: experimental evidence on gender-specific preferences

    Katrin Auspurg, Maria Iacovou, and Cheti Nicoletti

    1. Psychology
    2. Well Being
    3. Sociology Of Households
  2. Housework share between partners: experimental evidence on gender identity

    Katrin Auspurg, Maria Iacovou, and Cheti Nicoletti

  3. Understanding Society Innovation Panel Wave 6: results from methodological experiments

    Nick Allum, Katrin Auspurg, Margaret Blake, et al.

  4. Housework share between partners: experimental evidence on gender identity

    Katrin Auspurg, Maria Iacovou, and Cheti Nicoletti

  5. Understanding Society Innovation Panel Wave 5: results from methodological experiments

    Katrin Auspurg, Jonathan Burton, Carl Cullinane, et al.

  6. Light drinking versus abstinence in pregnancy - behavioural and cognitive outcomes in 7-year-old children: a longitudinal cohort study

    Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, Maria A. Quigley, et al.

    1. Child Development
    2. Childbearing: Fertility
  7. Implications of the EU-SILC following rules, and their implementation, for longitudinal analysis

    Maria Iacovou and Peter Lynn

    1. Households
    2. Survey Methodology
  8. Breast feeding and intergenerational social mobility: what are the mechanisms?

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

    1. Child Development
    2. Social Stratification
    3. Social Mobility
  9. Implications of the EU-SILC "following rules" for longitudinal analysis

    Maria Iacovou and Peter Lynn

  10. Breastfed babies 'upwardly mobile' study claims

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  11. Personal Oz: babies

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  12. Breastfed babies 'will climb social ladder'

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  13. How the ‘breastfeeding effect’ altered the British class system

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  14. Breastfeeding ‘boosts social class of baby in future’

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  15. Revealed: breastfeeding babies improves their chance of climbing social ladder

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  16. Study: breastfeeding boosts chil-dren up social ladder

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  17. Breastfed babies 'will climb social ladder'

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  18. Breastfed babies get a leg up the social ladder

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  19. Breastfeeding 'boosts social class of baby in the future'

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  20. Breastfeeding 'boosts social class of baby in future'

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  21. Breastfed babies 'more likely to climb social ladder' later in life

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  22. Mother's milk is best if you want baby to move up in the world

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  23. Breastfeeding boosts ability to climb social ladder

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  24. Breastfeeding good for social climbing skills

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  25. 'Breast is best' if you want your child to go up in the world

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  26. Why you should breastfeed your babies

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  27. Breastfed babies 'upwardly mobile' study claims

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  28. Breastfed babies are more likely to climb the social ladder - and less likely to fall down it

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  29. Breastfeeding provides social advantages later in life

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  30. Breastfeeding boosts the brain development of a baby

    Maria Iacovou and Almudena Sevilla Sanz


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