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Kinderen zonder broer of zus zijn gelukkiger

Alexandra J. Skew, Dieter Wolke, Gundi Knies


Large-scale study debunks myth that single children are less happy

Alexandra J. Skew, Dieter Wolke, Gundi Knies


Only children happier than those with siblings: study

Alexandra J. Skew, Dieter Wolke, Gundi Knies


Why an only child is happier than those who have brothers and sisters

Alexandra J. Skew, Dieter Wolke, Gundi Knies


Only children happier than those with siblings

Alexandra J. Skew, Dieter Wolke, Gundi Knies


Children are happier the fewer siblings they have - study

Alexandra J. Skew, Dieter Wolke, Gundi Knies


Life is sweetest for the only child

Alexandra J. Skew, Dieter Wolke, Gundi Knies


Only-children are happier than those with siblings, UK study suggests

Alexandra J. Skew, Dieter Wolke, Gundi Knies


Only children are the happiest, says new study

Alexandra J. Skew, Dieter Wolke, Gundi Knies


An only child is a happy child, says research

Alexandra J. Skew, Dieter Wolke, Gundi Knies


Felicità è essere figlio unico, studio

Alexandra J. Skew, Dieter Wolke, Gundi Knies


Understanding Society Innovation Panel Wave 2: results from methodological experiments

Jonathan Burton, Heather Laurie, S.C. Noah Uhrig


The best days of our lives?

Alexandra J. Skew, Dieter Wolke, Gundi Knies


Understanding Society: Key design features and analysis potential

Heather Laurie


Criteria for Developing Non-Response Weight Adjustments for Secondary Users of Complex Longitudinal Surveys

Peter Lynn, Olena Kaminska


Health related research using the UKHLS- Understanding Society

Stephanie L. McFall


Using experimental data to examine self-reported weight and height in panel surveys

S.C. Noah Uhrig


Lessons from a randomised experiment with mixed-mode designs for a household panel survey

Peter Lynn, S.C. Noah Uhrig, Jonathan Burton


UK to examine attitudes to food issues


Continuity and innovation in the design of Understanding Society: the UK Household Longitudinal Study

Heather Laurie


Understanding Society, Understanding Panel Conditioning: An assessment of potential mechanisms using experimental data

S.C. Noah Uhrig


Solving the Problem of Attrition in Longitudinal Surveys: Effects of Interviewer Continuity

Peter Lynn, Olena Kaminska


Understanding Society, Understanding Panel Conditioning: An assessment of potential mechanisms using experimental data

S.C. Noah Uhrig


Adding a biosocial component to Understanding Society

Stephanie L. McFall


An experimental analysis of the impact of survey design on measures and models of subjective wellbeing

Stephen Pudney

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