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Jul-2007Rates and correlates of employment in people with schizophrenia in the UK, France and Germany.Marwaha, S; Johnson, S; Bebbington, P; Stafford, M; Angermeyer, MC; Brugha, T; Azorin, JM; Kilian, R; Hansen, K; Toumi, MJournal Article
Oct-2004Prevalence and correlates of self-reported psychotic symptoms in the British population.Johns, LC; Cannon, M; Singleton, N; Murray, RM; Farrell, M; Brugha, T; Bebbington, P; Jenkins, R; Meltzer, HJournal Article
Aug-2010Job insecurity, socio-economic circumstances and depression.Meltzer, H; Bebbington, P; Brugha, T; Jenkins, R; McManus, S; Stansfeld, SJournal Article
Oct-2008Debt, income and mental disorder in the general population.Jenkins, R; Bhugra, D; Bebbington, P; Brugha, T; Farrell, M; Coid, J; Fryers, T; Weich, S; Singleton, N; Meltzer, HJournal Article
Feb-2003The National Psychiatric Morbidity Surveys of Great Britain--initial findings from the household survey.Jenkins, R; Lewis, G; Bebbington, P; Brugha, T; Farrell, M; Gill, B; Meltzer, HJournal Article
Feb-2003Socio-economic status, standard of living, and neurotic disorder.Lewis, G; Bebbington, P; Brugha, T; Farrell, M; Gill, B; Jenkins, R; Meltzer, HJournal Article
22-Aug-1998Socioeconomic status, standard of living, and neurotic disorder.Lewis, G; Bebbington, P; Brugha, T; Farrell, M; Gill, B; Jenkins, R; Meltzer, HJournal Article
Feb-2003Unequal access and unmet need: neurotic disorders and the use of primary care services.Bebbington, P; Meltzer, H; Brugha, T; Farrell, M; Jenkins, R; Ceresa, C; Lewis, GJournal Article
Apr-2012The contribution of work and non-work stressors to common mental disorders in the 2007 Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey.Clark, C; Pike, C; McManus, S; Harris, J; Bebbington, P; Brugha, T; Jenkins, R; Meltzer, H; Weich, S; Stansfeld, SJournal Article
May-2011Concomitants of paranoia in the general population.Freeman, D; McManus, S; Brugha, T; Meltzer, H; Jenkins, R; Bebbington, PJournal Article