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American Sociological Association: Journal of Health and Social Behavior
Journal of Health and Social Behavior
Editor: Debra Umberson, University of Texas-Austin
The Journal of Health and Social Behavior is a medical sociology journal that publishes empirical and theoretical articles that apply sociological concepts and methods to the understanding of health and illness and the organization of medicine and health care. Its editorial policy favors manuscripts that are grounded in important theoretical issues in medical sociology or the sociology of mental health and that advance our theoretical understanding of the processes by which social factors and human health are interrelated.
Same-Sex Cohabitors and Health: The Role of Race-Ethnicity, Gender, and Socioeconomic Status Hui Liu, Corinne Reczek, and Dustin Brown (March 2013).
Adolescent Mental Health, Behavior Problems, and Academic Achievement Jane D. McLeod, Ryotaro Uemura, and Shawna Rohrman (December 2012).
The Social Stratification of Older Adults’ Preparations for End-of-Life Health Care Deborah Carr (September 2012).
Family Relationships and Troubled Sleep among U.S. Adults: Examining the Influences of Contact Frequency and Relationship Quality Jennifer A. Ailshire and Sarah A. Burgard (June 2012).
Trajectories of Body Mass and Self-Concept in Black and White Girls: The Lingering Effects of Stigma Sarah A. Mustillo, Kimber L. Hendrix, and Markus H. Schafer (March 2012).
Changing Work, Changing Health: Can Real Work-Time Flexibility Promote Health Behaviors and Well-Being ? Phyllis Moen, Erin L. Kelly, Eric Tranby, and Qinlei Huang (December 2011).
Childhood Health and Labor Market Inequality over the Life Course Steven A. Haas, M. Maria Glymour, and Lisa F. Berkman (September 2011).
Education and Racial-Ethnic Differences in Types of Exercise in the United States Jarron M. Saint Onge and Patrick M. Krueger (June 2011).
Boundary-Spanning Work Demands and Their Consequences for Guilt and Psychological Distress Paul Glavin, Scott Schieman, and Sarah Reid (March 2011).