Richard Layte
Richard Layte
Professor of Sociology
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A shorter form health survey: can the SF-12 replicate results from the SF-36 in longitudinal studies?
C Jenkinson, R Layte, D Jenkinson, K Lawrence, S Petersen, C Paice, ...
Journal of Public Health 19 (2), 179-186, 1997
8381997
Socioeconomic status and the 25× 25 risk factors as determinants of premature mortality: a multicohort study and meta-analysis of 1· 7 million men and women
S Stringhini, C Carmeli, M Jokela, M Avendaño, P Muennig, F Guida, ...
The Lancet 389 (10075), 1229-1237, 2017
6552017
Cohort studies: marching towards outcomes
DA Grimes, KF Schulz
The Lancet 359 (9303), 341-345, 2002
4972002
Development and testing of the UK SF-12
C Jenkinson, R Layte
Journal of health services research & policy 2 (1), 14-18, 1997
3991997
Income, deprivation, and economic strain. An analysis of the European community household panel
CT Whelan, R Layte, B Maître, B Nolan
European sociological review 17 (4), 357-372, 2001
3502001
SLAN 2007: Survey of Lifestyle, Attitudes & Nutrition in Ireland: Executive Summary
K Morgan, H McGee, D Watson, I Perry, M Barry, E Shelley, J Harrington, ...
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, 2008
3432008
The UK SF-36: An analysis and interpretation manual. A guide to health status measurement with particular reference to the Short Form 36 Health Survey
CJ Jenkinson, A Coulter, R Layte, L Wright
Univ., Department of Public Health and Primary Care, 1996
3281996
Welfare regimes and poverty dynamics: the duration and recurrence of poverty spells in Europe
D Fouarge, R Layte
Journal of Social Policy 34 (3), 407-426, 2005
2312005
Understanding the mismatch between income poverty and deprivation: a dynamic comparative analysis
CT Whelan, R Layte, B Maître
European Sociological Review 20 (4), 287-302, 2004
2142004
Growing up in Ireland national longitudinal study of children. The lives of 9 year olds
J Williams, S Greene, E Doyle, E Harris, R Layte, S McCoy, C McCrory, ...
The Stationery Office, 2009
198*2009
The association between income inequality and mental health: testing status anxiety, social capital, and neo-materialist explanations
R Layte
European Sociological Review 28 (4), 498-511, 2012
1962012
Fifty plus in Ireland 2011: first results from the Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA)
A Barrett, H Burke, H Cronin, A Hickey, Y Kamiya, RA Kenny, R Layte, ...
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, 2011
1722011
Measured parental weight status and familial socio-economic status correlates with childhood overweight and obesity at age 9
E Keane, R Layte, J Harrington, PM Kearney, IJ Perry
PloS one 7 (8), e43503, 2012
1712012
Persistent income poverty and deprivation in the European Union: an analysis of the first three waves of the European Community Household Panel
CT Whelan, R Layte, B Maître
Journal of Social Policy 32, 1, 2003
1642003
Breastfeeding and risk of overweight and obesity at nine-years of age
C McCrory, R Layte
Social science & medicine 75 (2), 323-330, 2012
1632012
Multiple deprivation and persistent poverty in the European Union
CT Whelan, R Layte, B Maitre
Journal of European Social Policy 12 (2), 91-105, 2002
1482002
Persistent and consistent poverty in the 1994 and 1995 waves of the European Community Household Panel Survey
R Lyte, B Maître, B Nolan, CT Whelan
Review of income and wealth 47 (4), 427-449, 2001
1432001
Explaining levels of deprivation in the European Union
R Layte, CT Whelan, B Maître, B Nolan
Acta Sociologica 44 (2), 105-121, 2001
1392001
Vocational training and career employment precariousness in Great Britain, the Netherlands and Sweden
T Korpi, P De Graaf, J Hendrickx, R Layte
Acta Sociologica 46 (1), 17-30, 2003
1372003
Who feels inferior? A test of the status anxiety hypothesis of social inequalities in health
R Layte, CT Whelan
European Sociological Review 30 (4), 525-535, 2014
1342014
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