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Arts, mental distress, mental health functioning & life satisfaction: fixed-effects analyses of a nationally-representative panel study

Senhu Wang, Hei Wan Mak, Daisy Fancourt

PsychologyWell BeingHealthArts


Electoral shocks: the volatile voter in a turbulent world

Edward Fieldhouse, Edward Fieldhouse, Jane Green, Jane Green, Geoffrey Evans

PoliticsPoliticsPublic OpinionPublic OpinionElections. Electoral BehaviourElections. Electoral BehaviourMigrationMigrationSocial ChangeSocial ChangeEconomicsEconomicsSocial AttitudesSocial AttitudesInternational Economic RelationsInternational Economic Relations


Depression and attitudes to change in referendums: the case of Brexit

Luca Bernardi, Robert Johns

PoliticsPublic OpinionPsychologyElections. Electoral BehaviourWell BeingHealthSocial AttitudesInternational Economic Relations


Health equity in England: the Marmot review 10 years on

Michael Marmot, Jessica Allen, Tammy Boyce, Peter Goldblatt, Joana Morrison

Area EffectsGeographyEconomicsPovertyLiving StandardsPublic PolicyHealthSocial Stratification


Evaluating push-to-web methodology for mixed-mode surveys using address-based samples

Peter Lynn

HouseholdsSurvey Methodology


Is social media use associated with children's well-being? Results from the UK Household Longitudinal Study

Liz Twigg, Craig Duncan, Scott Weich

Information And Communication TechnologiesSocial GroupsArea EffectsPsychologyTime UseGeographyYoung PeopleChild DevelopmentWell BeingHealthSocial BehaviourSocial Psychology


Biomarkers, disability and health care demand

Apostolos Davillas, Stephen Pudney

DisabilityEconomicsIncome DynamicsHealthLife Course AnalysisBiology


Is there a link between air pollution and impaired memory? Evidence on 34,000 English citizens

Nattavudh Powdthavee, Andrew J. Oswald

Environmental SociologyArea EffectsPsychologyGeographyEconomicsHealth


Linking survey and social media data

Tarek Al Baghal


Mode effects

Jonathan Burton, Annette Jäckle


Methods for recruitment and retention

Peter Lynn


An assessment of the national representativeness of new mothers and women of childbearing age in Understanding Society

Paul Fisher


The representativeness of Understanding Society

Michaela Benzeval, Christopher R. Bollinger, Jonathan Burton, Thomas F. Crossley, Peter Lynn


Understanding the role Temporary Sample Members for Understanding Society

Laura Fumagalli


Neighbourhood gentrification, displacement, and poverty dynamics in post-recession England

Mark Fransham

Social GroupsArea EffectsUrban SociologyGeographyUrban EconomyDemographyMigrationSocial ChangeEconomicsPovertyIncome DynamicsSocial StratificationHousing Market


Effects on mental health of a UK welfare reform, Universal Credit: a longitudinal controlled study

Sophie Wickham, Lee Bentley, Tanith Rose, Margaret Whitehead, David Taylor-Robinson

Area EffectsPsychologyGeographyUnemploymentPublic PolicyWelfare BenefitsWell BeingHealth


Thousands of depression cases 'linked to universal credit'

Sophie Wickham, Lee Bentley, Tanith Rose, Margaret Whitehead, David Taylor-Robinson


Universal Credit linked to mental health problems for 63,674 people, study finds

Sophie Wickham, Lee Bentley, Tanith Rose, Margaret Whitehead, David Taylor-Robinson


Religiosity and mental wellbeing among members of majority and minority religions: findings from Understanding Society, The UK Household Longitudinal Study

Ozan Aksoy, David Bann, Meg E. Fluharty, Alita Nandi

Social GroupsReligionWell BeingHealthSocial Behaviour


Citizenship

David Bartram


The impact of a personalised blood pressure warning on health outcomes and behaviours

Sonia Bhalotra, Adeline Delavande, Paul Fisher, Jonathan James

Survey MethodologyHealthBiology


Poorest women's life expectancy declines, finds report

Michael Marmot, Jessica Allen, Tammy Boyce, Peter Goldblatt, Joana Morrison


Do voters need therapy? Professor James Tilley asks to what extent our politics is now steeped in cognitive distortion?

Luca Bernardi, Robert Johns


Depression, status quo bias and the Brexit referendum

Luca Bernardi, Robert Johns


What the quality of work means for our health

Adam Tinson, Adam Tinson

Labour MarketLabour MarketEconomicsEconomicsPublic PolicyPublic PolicyHealthHealth