Social Science and Medicine. Part F Medical and Social Ethics, 1873-5347

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  2. 2018
  3. 2017
  4. Educational gains in cause-specific mortality: Accounting for cognitive ability and family-level confounders using propensity score weighting

    Bijwaard, G. E., Myrskylä, M., Tynelius, P. & Rasmussen, F., 2017 Jul 1, In : Social Science and Medicine. 184, p. 49-56 8 p.

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  5. Labor market consequences of growing up with a sibling with type 1-diabetes

    The Swedish Childhood Diabetes Study Group, 2017 Apr 1, In : Social Science and Medicine. 178, p. 1-10 10 p.

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  6. 2016
  7. Are subversion and conflict component parts of social cohesion?

    Martin Lindström, 2016 Nov 1, In : Social Science and Medicine. 169, p. 106-108 3 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalDebate/Note/Editorial

  8. Beyond the visual and verbal: Using participant-produced photographs in research on the surroundings for care at the end-of-life

    Tishelman, C., Lindqvist, O., Hajdarevic, S., Birgit H. Rasmussen & Goliath, I., 2016 Nov 1, In : Social Science and Medicine. 168, p. 120-129

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  9. Challenges in researching violence affecting health service delivery in complex security environments

    Foghammar, L., Jang, S., Kyzy, G. A., Weiss, N., Sullivan, K. A., Gibson-Fall, F. & Rachel Irwin, 2016 Aug, In : Social Science and Medicine. 162, p. 219-226

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  10. Intimate partner violence against women and the Nordic paradox

    Gracia, E. & Juan Merlo, 2016 Mar 31, In : Social Science and Medicine. 157, p. 27-30 4 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalDebate/Note/Editorial

  11. 2015
  12. 2014
  13. Does social capital include trust? Commentary on Carpiano and Fitterer (2014)

    Martin Lindström, 2014, In : Social Science and Medicine. 116, p. 235-236

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  14. Early life conditions and long-term sickness absence during adulthood - A longitudinal study of 9000 siblings in Sweden.

    Jonas Helgertz & Persson, M., 2014, In : Social Science and Medicine. 119, Online 6 February 2014, p. 224-231

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  15. Healthy ageing and home: The perspectives of very old people in five European countries.

    Sixsmith, J., Sixsmith, A., Agneta Malmgren Fänge, Naumann, D., Kucsera, C., Tomsone, S., Maria Haak, Dahlin-Ivanoff, S. & Woolrych, R., 2014, In : Social Science and Medicine. 106, Jan 21, p. 1-9

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  16. Long-term psychiatric consequences of exposure to trauma in Cambodia: A regional household survey.

    Cantor-Graae, E., Chak, T., Sunbaunat, K., Johan Jarl & Larsson, C. A., 2014, In : Social Science and Medicine. 123, p. 133-140

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  17. Pathways to Health and Well-being

    Myrskylä, M., Gagnon, A. & Tommy Bengtsson, 2014, In : Social Science and Medicine. 119, p. 175-179

    Research output: Contribution to journalDebate/Note/Editorial

  18. Small for gestational age and adulthood risk of disability pension: The contribution of childhood and adulthood conditions.

    Jonas Helgertz & Vågerö, D., 2014, In : Social Science and Medicine. 119, Online 6 December 2013, p. 249-257

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  19. 2013
  20. Revisiting causal neighborhood effects on individual ischemic heart disease risk: A quasi-experimental multilevel analysis among Swedish siblings.

    Juan Merlo, Ohlsson, H., Chaix, B., Lichtenstein, P., Kawachi, I. & Subramanian, S. V., 2013, In : Social Science and Medicine. 76, p. 39-46

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  21. 2012
  22. Bigger bodies: Long-term trends and disparities in obesity and body-mass index among U.S. adults, 1960-2008.

    Ljungvall, Å. & Zimmerman, F. J., 2012, In : Social Science and Medicine. 75, 1, p. 109-119

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  23. Bringing the individual back to small-area variation studies: A multilevel analysis of all-cause mortality in Andalusia, Spain.

    Juan Merlo, Viciana-Fernández, F. J. & Ramiro-Fariñas, D., 2012, In : Social Science and Medicine. 75, 8, p. 1477-1487

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  24. Health, wealth and ways of life: What can we learn from the Swedish, US and UK experience? Introduction to the commentaries

    Desai, M., Barondess, J. A., Sven-Olof Isacsson & Misselbrook, D., 2012, In : Social Science and Medicine. 74, 5, p. 637-638

    Research output: Contribution to journalDebate/Note/Editorial

  25. 2011
  26. Neighborhood walkability, physical activity, and walking behavior: The Swedish Neighborhood and Physical Activity (SNAP) study.

    Kristina Sundquist, Eriksson, U., Kawakami, N., Skog, L., Ohlsson, H. & Arvidsson, D., 2011, In : Social Science and Medicine. 72, 8, p. 1266-1273

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  27. 2010
  28. Income inequality and health: Importance of a cross-country perspective

    Karlsson, M., Therese Nilsson, Carl Hampus Lyttkens & Leeson, G., 2010, In : Social Science and Medicine. 70, p. 875-885

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  29. 2009
  30. Do conditions in early life affect old-age mortality directly and indirectly? Evidence form 19th-century rural Sweden.

    Tommy Bengtsson & Broström, G., 2009, In : Social Science and Medicine. 68, 9 - Online 13 March 2009, p. 1583-1590

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  31. Neighbourhoods in eco-epidemiologic research: Delimiting personal exposure areas. A response to Riva, Gauvin, Apparicio and Brodeur

    Chaix, B., Juan Merlo, Evans, D., Leal, C. & Havard, S., 2009, In : Social Science and Medicine. 69, 9, p. 1306-1310

    Research output: Contribution to journalDebate/Note/Editorial

  32. Peer-group support intervention improves the psychosocial well-being of AIDS orphans: Cluster randomized trial

    Kumakech, E., Cantor-Graae, E., Maling, S. & Bajunirwe, F., 2009, In : Social Science and Medicine. 68, 6, p. 1038-1043

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  33. 2008
  34. 2007
  35. Social support at work and the risk of myocardial infarction and stroke in women and men.

    André-Petersson, L., Gunnar Engström, Bo Hedblad, Janzon, L. & Rosvall, M., 2007, In : Social Science and Medicine. 64, 4, p. 830-841

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  36. Using narrative analysis to understand the combined use of complementary therapies and bio-medically oriented health care

    Hok, J., Wachtler, C., Falkenberg, T. & Tishelman, C., 2007, In : Social Science and Medicine. 65, 8, p. 1642-1653

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  37. 2006
  38. Anxiolytic-hypnotic drug use associated with trust, social participation, and the miniaturization of community: A multilevel analysis

    Johnell, K., Martin Lindström, Melander, A., Sundquist, J., Eriksson, C. & Juan Merlo, 2006, In : Social Science and Medicine. 62, 5, p. 1205-1214

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