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2003
Caplan, Leslie J.,  Schooler, Carmi . The roles of fatalism, self-confidence, and intellectual resources in the disablement process in older adults. Psychology and Aging. 18, (3), 551-561.
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2002
Mulatu, Mesfin Samuel,  Schooler, Carmi . Causal connections between socio-economic status and health: Reciprocal effects and mediating mechanisms. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 43, 22-41.
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2001
Schooler, Carmi,  Mulatu, Mesfin Samuel . The reciprocal effects of leisure time activities and intellectual functioning in older people: A longitudinal analysis. Psychology and Aging. 16, (3), 466-482.
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1999
Schooler, Carmi,  Mulatu, Mesfin Samuel,  Oates, Gary . The continuing effects of substantively complex work on the intellectual functioning of older workers. Psychology and Aging. 14, (3), 483-506.
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1994
Schooler, Carmi,  Schoenbach, Carrie . Social class, occupational status, occupational self-direction, and job income: A cross-national examination. Sociological Forum. 9, (3), 431-458.
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1990
Kohn, Melvin L.,  Naoi, Atsushi,  Schoenbach, Carrie,  Schooler, Carmi,  Slomczynski, Kazimierz M. Position in the class structure and psychological functioning in the United States, Japan, and Poland. American Journal of Sociology. 95, (4), 964-1008.
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1987
Roberts, Bruce R. A confirmatory factor-analytic model of alienation. Social Psychology Quarterly. 50, (4), 346-351.
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1986
Kohn, Melvin L.,  Slomczynski, Kazimierz M.,  Schoenbach, Carrie . Social stratification and the transmission of values in the family: A cross-national assessment. Sociological Forum. 1, (1), 73-102.
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1983
Kohn, M.L.,  Schooler, C. Work and Personality: An Inquiry into the Impact of Social Stratification. Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Co..
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1982
Kohn, Melvin L.,  Schooler, Carmi . Job conditions and personality: A longitudinal assessment of their reciprocal effects. American Journal of Sociology. 87, (6), 1257-1286.
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1982
Miller, J.,  Schooler, C.,  Kohn, M.L.,  Miller, K.A. . Women and work: The psychological effects of occupational conditions. American Journal of Sociology. 85, 66-94.
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1981
Miller, Joanne,  Slomczynski, Kazimierz M.,  Schoenberg, Ronald J. Assessing comparability of measurement in cross-national research: Authoritarian-conservatism in different sociocultural settings. Social Psychology Quarterly. 44, (3), 178-191.
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1978
Kohn, M.L.,  Schooler, C. The reciprocal effects of the substantive complexity of work and intellectual flexibility: A longitudinal assessment. American Journal of Sociology. 84, 24-52.
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1977
Kohn, Melvin L. Class and Conformity: A Study in Values, 2nd Edition. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
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1976
Kohn, Melvin L. Occupational structure and alienation. American Journal of Sociology. 82, (1), 111-130.
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