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Mental health and reporting bias: analysis of the GHQ - 12

Sarah Brown, Mark N. Harris, Preety Srivastava, Karl Taylor

Survey MethodologyWell BeingHealth


Financial hardship and saving behaviour: Bayesian analysis of British panel data

Sarah Brown, Pulak Ghosh, Bhuvanesh Pareek, Karl Taylor

PovertySavings And AssetsHousehold EconomicsDebt: IndebtednessFinance


Intra-household commuting choices and local labour markets

Jennifer Roberts, Karl Taylor

Area EffectsLabour MarketHouseholdsUnemploymentCommuting


Saving behaviour, expectations and financial hardship

Karl Taylor

PensionsSavings And AssetsFinance


Social media use and young people's wellbeing

Emily McDool, Philip Powell, Jennifer Roberts, Karl Taylor

Information And Communication TechnologiesArea EffectsSocial NetworksPsychologyTime UseYoung PeopleChild DevelopmentWell BeingSocial CapitalSocial Behaviour


Revealed: the more time that children chat on social media, the less happy they feel

Emily McDool, Philip Powell, Jennifer Roberts, Karl Taylor


Just an hour a day on social media can make kids LESS happy - and girls suffer more 'adverse effects' than boys, researchers warn

Emily McDool, Philip Powell, Jennifer Roberts, Karl Taylor


Just an hour a day on social media can affect kids' happiness

Emily McDool, Philip Powell, Jennifer Roberts, Karl Taylor


Children who connect on social media are less satisfied with real life - and it's worse for girls

Emily McDool, Philip Powell, Jennifer Roberts, Karl Taylor


Social media use and children's wellbeing

Emily McDool, Philip Powell, Jennifer Roberts, Karl Taylor

Information And Communication TechnologiesArea EffectsSocial NetworksPsychologyTime UseYoung PeopleChild DevelopmentWell BeingSocial CapitalSocial Behaviour


Extroverts give more money to charity, according to research

Sarah Brown, Karl Taylor


Early influences on saving behaviour: analysis of British panel data

Sarah Brown, Karl Taylor

Young PeopleSavings And AssetsLife Course AnalysisFinance


Intra-household commuting choices and local labour markets

Jennifer Roberts, Karl Taylor

Area EffectsLabour MarketHouseholdsUnemploymentCommuting


Charitable behaviour and the Big Five personality traits: evidence from UK panel data

Sarah Brown, Karl Taylor

PsychologySocial CapitalSocial Behaviour


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