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  1. Assessing the representativeness of population-sampled health surveys through linkage to administrative data on alcohol-related outcomes

    Gorman, E., Leyland, A. H., McCartney, G., White, I. R., Katikireddi, S. V., Rutherford, L., Graham, L. & Gray, L. 2014 In : American Journal of Epidemiology. 180, 9, p. 941-948 8 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal article

  2. Instrumental variable estimation of the causal effect of plasma 25-hydroxy-vitamin D on colorectal cancer risk: a mendelian randomization analysis

    Theodoratou, E., Palmer, T., Zgaga, L., Farrington, S. M., McKeigue, P., Din, F. V. N., Tenesa, A., Davey-Smith, G., Dunlop, M. G. & Campbell, H. 6/06/2012 In : PLoS ONE. 7, 6, 10 p., e37662

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  3. The Conservative Party and Devolved National Identities: Scotland and Wales Compared

    Steven, M., Llyr ap Gareth, O. & Baston, L. 03/2012 In : National Identities. 14, 1, p. 71-81 11 p.

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  4. Levels of linguistic accommodation across a national border

    Watt, D., Llamas, C. & Johnson, D. E. 09/2010 In : Journal of English Linguistics. 38, 3, p. 270-289 20 p.

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  5. Party over Policy? Scottish Nationalism and the Politics of Independence

    Leith, M. & Steven, M. 04/2010 In : The Political Quarterly. 81, 2, p. 263-269 7 p.

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  6. Professional and service-user perceptions of self-help in primary care mental health services

    Pratt, R., Halliday, E. & Maxwell, M. 03/2009 In : Health and Social Care in the Community. 17, 2, p. 209-215 7 p.

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  7. Measuring the tail of the dog that doesn't bark in the night: the case of the national evaluation of Choose Life (the national strategy and action plan to prevent suicide in Scotland)

    Mackenzie, M., Blamey, A., Halliday, E., Maxwell, M., McCollam, A., McDaid, D., MacLean, J., Woodhouse, A. & Platt, S. 6/07/2007 In : BMC Public Health. 7, 8 p., 146

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  8. Social geographies of rural mental health: experiencing inclusions and exclusions

    Parr, H., Philo, C. & Burns, N. 1/12/2004 In : Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. 29, 4, p. 401-419 19 p.

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  9. "They want to know where they came from": population genetics, identity, and family genealogy

    Tutton, R. 2004 In : New Genetics and Society. 23, 1, p. 105-120 16 p.

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  10. Negotiating difference: disabled people's experiences of housebuilders

    Burns, N. 2004 In : Housing Studies. 19, 5, p. 765-780 16 p.

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  11. Rural madness: a geographical reading and critique of the rural mental health literature

    Philo, C., Parr, H. & Burns, N. 1/07/2003 In : Journal of Rural Studies. 19, 3, p. 259-281 23 p.

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