George A. Kaplan
TitleCited byYear
Socioeconomic factors and cardiovascular disease: a review of the literature.
GA Kaplan, JE Keil
Circulation 88 (4), 1973-1998, 1993
21441993
Income inequality and mortality: importance to health of individual income, psychosocial environment, or material conditions
JW Lynch, GD Smith, GA Kaplan, JS House
Bmj 320 (7243), 1200-1204, 2000
17162000
Inequality in income and mortality in the United States: analysis of mortality and potential pathways
GA Kaplan, ER Pamuk, JW Lynch, RD Cohen, JL Balfour
Bmj 312 (7037), 999-1003, 1996
16651996
Socioeconomic position
J Lynch, G Kaplan
Social epidemiology. New York: Oxford University Press 2000, 13-35, 2000
13892000
Why do poor people behave poorly? Variation in adult health behaviours and psychosocial characteristics by stages of the socioeconomic lifecourse
JW Lynch, GA Kaplan, JT Salonen
Social science & medicine 44 (6), 809-819, 1997
13201997
Perceived health and mortality: a nine-year follow-up of the human population laboratory cohort
GA Kaplan, T Camacho
American journal of epidemiology 117 (3), 292-304, 1983
13151983
Metabolic syndrome and development of diabetes mellitus: application and validation of recently suggested definitions of the metabolic syndrome in a prospective cohort study
DE Laaksonen, HM Lakka, LK Niskanen, GA Kaplan, JT Salonen, ...
American journal of epidemiology 156 (11), 1070-1077, 2002
11402002
Physical activity reduces the risk of subsequent depression for older adults
WJ Strawbridge, S Deleger, RE Roberts, GA Kaplan
American journal of epidemiology 156 (4), 328-334, 2002
9862002
Cumulative impact of sustained economic hardship on physical, cognitive, psychological, and social functioning
JW Lynch, GA Kaplan, SJ Shema
New England Journal of Medicine 337 (26), 1889-1895, 1997
9691997
Is income inequality a determinant of population health? Part 1. A systematic review
J Lynch, GD Smith, SAM Harper, M Hillemeier, N Ross, GA Kaplan, ...
The Milbank Quarterly 82 (1), 5-99, 2004
9312004
Poverty and health prospective evidence from the alameda county study
M Haan, GA Kaplan, T Camacho
American journal of epidemiology 125 (6), 989-998, 1987
9311987
Physical activity and depression: evidence from the Alameda County Study
TC Camacho, RE Roberts, NB Lazarus, GA Kaplan, RD Cohen
American journal of epidemiology 134 (2), 220-231, 1991
8551991
Frequent attendance at religious services and mortality over 28 years.
WJ Strawbridge, RD Cohen, SJ Shema, GA Kaplan
American Journal of Public Health 87 (6), 957-961, 1997
8481997
Hopelessness and risk of mortality and incidence of myocardial infarction and cancer
SA Everson, DE Goldberg, GA Kaplan, RD Cohen, E Pukkala, ...
Psychosomatic Medicine 58 (2), 113-121, 1996
7331996
Epidemiologic evidence for the relation between socioeconomic status and depression, obesity, and diabetes
SA Everson, SC Maty, JW Lynch, GA Kaplan
Journal of psychosomatic research 53 (4), 891-895, 2002
7302002
Income inequality and mortality in metropolitan areas of the United States.
JW Lynch, GA Kaplan, ER Pamuk, RD Cohen, KE Heck, JL Balfour, ...
American journal of public health 88 (7), 1074-1080, 1998
7181998
Prospective association between obesity and depression: evidence from the Alameda County Study
RE Roberts, S Deleger, WJ Strawbridge, GA Kaplan
International journal of obesity 27 (4), 514, 2003
7002003
Social network ties and mortality among tile elderly in the Alameda County Study
TE Seeman, GA Kaplan, L Knudsen, R Cohen, J Guralnik
American journal of epidemiology 126 (4), 714-723, 1987
6221987
Religious attendance increases survival by improving and maintaining good health behaviors, mental health, and social relationships
WJ Strawbridge, SJ Shema, RD Cohen, GA Kaplan
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 23 (1), 68-74, 2001
6132001
Predictors of healthy aging: prospective evidence from the Alameda County study.
JM Guralnik, GA Kaplan
American journal of public health 79 (6), 703-708, 1989
6101989
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