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Changing labour market conditions during the 'great recession' and mental health in Scotland 2007-2011: an example using the Scottish Longitudinal Study and data for local areas in Scotland.

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Changing labour market conditions during the 'great recession' and mental health in Scotland 2007-2011 : an example using the Scottish Longitudinal Study and data for local areas in Scotland. / Curtis, Sarah Elizabeth; Pearce, Jamie; Cherrie, Mark; Dibben, Chris; Cunningham, Niall; Bambra, Clare.

In: Social Science & Medicine, Vol. 227, 04.2019, p. 1-9.

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Curtis, SE, Pearce, J, Cherrie, M, Dibben, C, Cunningham, N & Bambra, C 2019, 'Changing labour market conditions during the 'great recession' and mental health in Scotland 2007-2011: an example using the Scottish Longitudinal Study and data for local areas in Scotland.', Social Science & Medicine, vol. 227, pp. 1-9. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2018.08.003

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Curtis, S. E., Pearce, J., Cherrie, M., Dibben, C., Cunningham, N., & Bambra, C. (2019). Changing labour market conditions during the 'great recession' and mental health in Scotland 2007-2011: an example using the Scottish Longitudinal Study and data for local areas in Scotland. Social Science & Medicine, 227, 1-9. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2018.08.003

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Curtis SE, Pearce J, Cherrie M, Dibben C, Cunningham N, Bambra C. Changing labour market conditions during the 'great recession' and mental health in Scotland 2007-2011: an example using the Scottish Longitudinal Study and data for local areas in Scotland. Social Science & Medicine. 2019 Apr;227:1-9. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2018.08.003

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Curtis, Sarah Elizabeth ; Pearce, Jamie ; Cherrie, Mark ; Dibben, Chris ; Cunningham, Niall ; Bambra, Clare. / Changing labour market conditions during the 'great recession' and mental health in Scotland 2007-2011 : an example using the Scottish Longitudinal Study and data for local areas in Scotland. In: Social Science & Medicine. 2019 ; Vol. 227. pp. 1-9.