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The development of socioeconomic inequalities in anxiety and depression symptoms over the lifecourse

Michael J. Green 0 Michaela Benzeval 0 0 M. J. Green (&) M. Benzeval Medical Research Council/Chief Scientist Office: Social and Public Health Sciences Unit , 4 Lilybank Gardens, Glasgow G12 8RZ

Social class and gender patterning of insomnia symptoms and psychiatric distress: a 20-year prospective cohort study

Background Psychiatric distress and insomnia symptoms exhibit similar patterning by gender and socioeconomic position. Prospective evidence indicates a bi-directional relationship between psychiatric distress and insomnia symptoms so similarities in social patterning may not be coincidental. Treatment for insomnia can also improve distress outcomes. We investigate the extent to...

Does Perceived Physical Attractiveness in Adolescence Predict Better Socioeconomic Position in Adulthood? Evidence from 20 Years of Follow Up in a Population Cohort Study

Population Cohort Study Michaela Benzeval 0 Michael J Green 0 Sally Macintyre 0 Jerson Laks, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 0 Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, Medical Research Council

Round and Round

Michael J. Green 0 MS 0 FACP 0 0 Departments of Humanities and Medicine, Penn State College of Medicine , Hershey, PA 17033, USA - I for myriad elderly patients, I treat dizziness all the time. I

Do social inequalities in health widen or converge with age? Longitudinal evidence from three cohorts in the West of Scotland

Michaela Benzeval 0 Michael J Green 0 Alastair H Leyland 0 0 MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit , Glasgow G12 8RZ , UK Background: Existing studies are divided as to whether social

Is Telomere Length Socially Patterned? Evidence from the West of Scotland Twenty-07 Study

Lower socioeconomic status (SES) is strongly associated with an increased risk of morbidity and premature mortality, but it is not known if the same is true for telomere length, a marker often used to assess biological ageing. The West of Scotland Twenty-07 Study was used to investigate this and consists of three cohorts aged approximately 35 (Nā€Š=ā€Š775), 55 (Nā€Š=ā€Š866) and 75 years...

Is Telomere Length a Biomarker for Aging: Cross-Sectional Evidence from the West of Scotland?

Background The search for biomarkers of aging (BoAs) has been largely unsuccessful to-date and there is widespread skepticism about the prospects of finding any that satisfy the criteria developed by the American Federation of Aging Research. This may be because the criteria are too strict or because a composite measure might be more appropriate. Telomere length has attracted a...

Reconstructive processes in the free recall of categories

HOWARD R. POLLIO 0 PATRICK MAHONEY 0 MICHAEL J. GREEN 0 0 University of Tennessee , Knoxville, Tennessee 37916 Three experiments, involving three different groups of Ss, were eondueted. For eaeh