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2001
Mirowsky, John,  Ross, Catherine E. Age and the effect of economic hardship on depression. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 42, (2), 132 -
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2002
Ross, Catherine E.,  Mirowsky, John . Age and the gender gap in the sense of personal control. Social Psychology Quarterly. 65, (2), 125-145.
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1998
Sastry, Jaya,  Ross, Catherine E. Asian ethnicity and the sense of personal control. Social Psychology Quarterly. 61, (2), 101-120.
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1998
Ross, Catherine E.,  Drentea, Patricia . Consequences of retirement activities for distress and the sense of personal control. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 39, (4), 317 -
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1999
Mirowsky, John,  Ross, Catherine E. Economic hardship across the life course. American Sociological Review. 64, (4), 548-569.
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1999
Mirowsky, John,  Ross, Catherine E. Economic hardship declines with age: Reply to Hardy and Hazelrigg. American Sociological Review. 64, (4), 577-584.
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2008
Mirowsky, John,  Ross, Catherine E. Education and self-rated health. Research on aging. 30, (1), 93-122.
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1997
Ross, Catherine E.,  Willigen, Marieke van . Education and the subjective quality of life. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 38, (3), 275-297.
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2005
Mirowsky, John,  Ross, Catherine E. Education, learned effectiveness and health. London Review of Education. 3, (3), 205-220.
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1998
Mirowsky, John,  Ross, Catherine E. Education, personal control, lifestyle and health: A human capital hypothesis. Research on Aging. 20, (4), 415-449.
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2003
Mirowsky, John,  Ross, Catherine E. Education, Social Status, and Health. New York: A. de Gruyter.
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2002
Ross, Catherine E.,  Mirowsky, John . Family relationships, social support and subjective life expectancy. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 43, (4), 469 -
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1999
Ross, Catherine E.,  Mirowsky, John . Parental divorce, life-course disruption, and adult depression. Journal of Marriage and Family. 61, (4), 1034-1045.
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1998
Reynolds, John R.,  Ross, Catherine E. Social stratification and health: Education's benefit beyond economic status and social origins. Social Problems. 45, (2), 221-247.
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2000
Mirowsky, John,  Ross, Catherine E. Socioeconomic status and subjective life expectancy. Social Psychology Quarterly. 63, (2), 133 -
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1996
Reynolds, John R.,  Ross, Catherine E. Stratification, Education, and the Intergenerational Transmission of Well-Being. American Sociological Association.
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1998
Ross, Catherine E.,  Wright, Marylyn P. Women's work, men's work, and the sense of control. Work and Occupations. 25, (3), 333-355.
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