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Current search: 'Paul Mathews' and '2013'

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

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

  2. Want a baby? Move nearer to Granny..

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  3. Family and fertility: kin influence on the progression to a second birth in the British Household Panel Study

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

    1. Social Networks
    2. Childbearing: Fertility
  4. Does the kin orientation of a British woman’s social network influence her entry into motherhood?

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

    1. Social Networks
    2. Childbearing: Fertility
  5. Want a baby? Live near your mom, study finds

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  6. Got babies on the brain? Live near your mother and it's more likely to happen, study finds

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  7. Close-knit families 'have more babies'

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  8. Preggy rates all relative

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  9. Preggy rates all relative

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  10. Want a child? Then live near your mother

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  11. Chances of becoming dad get a boost when mum-in-law lives nearby

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  12. Want a baby? Move nearer to Granny… New research shows ‘Kin Factor’ can play a significant role in low-fertility Britain

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  13. Women who live near their mothers are more likely to get pregnant

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  14. Chances of becoming a father are better if mother-in-law lives nearby

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  15. Women have more babies 'if their parents live nearby'

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear

  16. Want a baby? Move nearer to Granny..

    Paul Mathews and Rebecca Sear


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