Jonathan Koltai
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Does embeddedness protect? Personal network density and vulnerability to mistreatment among older American adults
MH Schafer, J Koltai
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2015
Job pressure and SES-contingent buffering: resource reinforcement, substitution, or the stress of higher status?
J Koltai, S Schieman
Journal of health and social behavior 56 (2), 180-198, 2015
Are Populist Leaders Creating the Conditions for the Spread of COVID-19? Comment on" A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties' Influence on Welfare Policy and its …
M McKee, A Gugushvili, J Koltai, D Stuckler
International journal of health policy and management, 2020
Discovering pockets of complexity: Socioeconomic status, stress exposure, and the nuances of the health gradient
S Schieman, J Koltai
Social Science Research 63, 1-18, 2017
Financial circumstances, mastery, and mental health: Taking unobserved time-stable influences into account
J Koltai, A Bierman, S Schieman
Social Science & Medicine 202, 108-116, 2018
The Status–Health Paradox: Organizational Context, Stress Exposure, and Well-being in the Legal Profession
J Koltai, S Schieman, R Dinovitzer
Journal of health and social behavior 59 (1), 20-37, 2018
Cancer diagnosis and mental health among older white adults: Moderating role for social networks?
MH Schafer, J Koltai
Society and Mental Health 5 (3), 182-202, 2015
Deaths of despair and brexit votes: cross-local authority statistical analysis in England and Wales
J Koltai, FM Varchetta, M McKee, D Stuckler
American journal of public health 110 (3), 401-406, 2020
Recession hardships, personal control, and the amplification of psychological distress: Differential responses to cumulative stress exposure during the US Great Recession
J Koltai, D Stuckler
SSM-population health 10, 100521, 2020
Votes, populism, and pandemics
A Gugushvili, J Koltai, D Stuckler, M McKee
International Journal of Public Health 65 (6), 721-722, 2020
Are populist leaders creating the conditions for the spread of COVID-19?
M McKee, A Gugushvili, J Koltai, D Stuckler
International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 1-5, 2020
Recession-related stress, mental health, and the buffering role of psychosocial resources
J Koltai
European Journal of Public Health 28 (suppl_4), cky213. 362, 2018
Changing probability of experiencing food insecurity by socioeconomic and demographic groups during the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK
J Koltai, V Toffolutti, M McKee, D Stuckler
medRxiv, 2020
P69 The softer they fall: a natural experiment examining the health effects of job loss before and after fornero’s unemployment benefit reforms in italy
J Koltai, FM Varchetta, D Stuckler, M McKee
J Epidemiol Community Health 73 (Suppl 1), A103-A103, 2019
The Psychological Price of High Pressure on the Job: When Does Buffering Work? (Policy Brief)
J Koltai, S Schieman
Journal of Health and Social Behavior 56 (2), 179, 2015
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