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1999
McDonough, Peggy,  Williams, David R.,  House, James S.,  Duncan, Greg J. Gender and the Socioeconomic Gradient in Mortality. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 40, (1), 17-31.
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1979
House, James S.,  Wells, James A.,  Landerman, Lawrence R.,  McMichael, Anthony J.,  Kaplan, Berton H. Occupational stress and health among factory workers. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 20, (2), 139-160.
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1986
House, James S.,  Strecher, Victor,  Metzner, Helen L.,  Robbins, Cynthia A. Occupational stress and health among men and women in the Tecumseh Community Health Study. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 27, (1), 62-77.
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1994
House, James S.,  Lepkowski, James M.,  Kinney, Ann M.,  Mero, Richard P.,  Kessler, Ronald C.,  Herzog, A. Regula . The social stratification of aging and health. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 35, (3), 213-234.
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2007
Herd, Pamela,  Goesling, Brian,  House, James S. Socioeconomic position and health: The differential effects of education versus income on the onset versus progression of health problems. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 48, (3), 223-238.
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2005
Lantz, Paula M.,  House, James S.,  Mero, Richard P.,  Williams, David R. Stress, life events, and socioeconomic disparities in health: Results from the Americans' Changing Lives Study. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 46, (3), 274-288.
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2007
Burgard, Saraha A.,  Brand, Jennie E.,  House, James S. Toward a better estimation of the effect of job loss on health. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 48, (4), 369-384.
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