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Mental health trajectories from childhood to young adulthood affect the educational and employment status of young adults: results from the TRAILS study

Partial Likelihood Estimation of IRT Models with Censored Lifetime Data: An Application to Mental Disorders in the ESEMeD Surveys

A factor mixture model for multivariate survival data: an application to the analysis of lifetime mental disorders

Diverging death risks: Mortality as a corollary of economic, social, cultural and person capital

The impact of accredited social health activists in India on uptake of modern contraception: A nationally representative multilevel modelling study

Young adults' work-family life courses and mental health trajectories from adolescence to young adulthood: a TRAILS study

A capital-based approach to better understand health inequalities: Theoretical and empirical explorations

Impact of trajectories of maternal postpartum depression on infants' socioemotional development

Longitudinal impact of volunteering on the cognitive functioning of older adults: A secondary analysis from the US Health and Retirement Study

Trajectories of cognitive symptoms and associated factors in cancer survivors after return to work: an 18-month longitudinal cohort study

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