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Spousal health effects: the role of selection

James Banks, Elaine Kelly, James P. Smith

Older PeopleWell BeingHealth


Pathways into living alone in mid-life: diversity and policy implications

Dieter Demey, Ann Berrington, Maria Evandrou, Jane Falkingham


Can encouraging respondents to contact interviewers to make appointments boost co-operation rates and save costs? Evidence from a randomised experiment in the UK

Matt Brown, Lisa Calderwood

EconomicsSurvey MethodologySocial Psychology


Developing youth engagement in the Millennium Cohort Study and Understanding Society: feedback from NCB young research advisors for the Centre of Longitudinal Studies and the University of Essex

Puja Joshi, Sarah-Jane Little, Joanna Lea, Emma Wallace

Young PeopleSurvey Methodology


MCS6 and Understanding Society participant engagement research: qualitative research report prepared for the Centre for Longitudinal Studies at the Institute of Education and the Institute for Social and Economic Research at the University of Essex

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Young PeopleSurvey Methodology


OP38 A nationally representative study exploring the relationship between sleep and obesity in the United Kingdom -conference paper abstract-

G.T.H. Ellison, E.M. Scott, A. Al-Naji, N. Al Afif, M. Barnes

Social GroupsYoung PeopleHealth


Lessons from mixed‐modes design experiments on the Understanding Society Innovation Panel

Annette Jäckle, Peter Lynn, Jonathan Burton


The role of email addresses and email contact in encouraging web response in a mixed mode design

Alexandru Cernat, Peter Lynn


The role of email addresses and email contact in encouraging web response in a mixed mode design

Alexandru Cernat, Peter Lynn


Cultural Diversity and Subjective Wellbeing

Simonetta Longhi


Propensity to consent to data linkage: experimental evidence from the Innovation Panel on the role of three survey design features

Emanuela Sala, Gundi Knies, Jonathan Burton


Research links children's psychological problems to prolonged screen time

Jenny Chanfreau, Cheryl Lloyd, Christos Byron, Caireen Roberts, Rachel Craig


Overweight and unhappy: the children stuck in front of a screen

Jenny Chanfreau, Cheryl Lloyd, Christos Byron, Caireen Roberts, Rachel Craig


An Introduction to the UKHLS

S.C. Noah Uhrig


The effect of local labour market conditions on educational choices: a cross country comparison

Alberto Tumino

EducationLabour MarketHousing Market


Ethnicity and bullying involvement in a national UK youth sample

Neil Tippett, Dieter Wolke, Lucinda Platt

Young PeopleEthnic GroupsWell BeingSocial Behaviour


Predicting wellbeing

Jenny Chanfreau, Cheryl Lloyd, Christos Byron, Caireen Roberts, Rachel Craig

Well BeingSocial CapitalHealth


How healthy behaviour supports children’s wellbeing

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Young PeopleWell Being


Households’ responses to spousal job loss: ‘all change’ or ‘carry on as usual’?

Karon Gush, James Scott, Heather Laurie

UnemploymentIncome DynamicsHousehold Economics


Households’ responses to spousal job loss: ‘all change’ or ‘carry on as usual’?

Karon Gush, James Scott, Heather Laurie

UnemploymentIncome DynamicsHousehold Economics


The labour market impacts of leaving education when unemployment is high: evidence from Britain

Mark P. Taylor

Labour MarketUnemployment


The role of mode preference questions in predicting mode-specific response propensities

Peter Lynn, Olena Kaminska


How walking to work could reduce your risk of diabetes: People who ditch the car are 40 per cent less likely to develop the disease

Anthony A. Laverty, Jennifer S. Mindell, Elizabeth A. Webb, Christopher Millett


Young people with 'cultural capital' more likely to volunteer, paper says

Matthew Bennett, Meenakshi Parameshwaran


Implications of choice of statistical approach when analysing multiple health behaviours

Kareena McAloney, Hilary Graham, Julia Hall, Catherine Law, Lucinda Platt