Matthew A Andersson
Matthew A Andersson
Associate Professor, Health & Society Program, Sociology, Baylor University
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Parenthood and happiness: Effects of work-family reconciliation policies in 22 OECD countries
J Glass, RW Simon, MA Andersson
American Journal of Sociology 122 (3), 886-929, 2016
Do Social Connections Create Trust? An Examination Using New Longitudinal Data
JL Glanville, MA Andersson, P Paxton
Social forces 92 (2), 545-562, 2013
Dispositional optimism and the emergence of social network diversity
MA Andersson
The Sociological Quarterly 53 (1), 92-115, 2012
An odd ladder to climb: Socioeconomic differences across levels of subjective social status
MA Andersson
Social Indicators Research 136 (2), 621-643, 2018
Optimizing the Perceived Benefits and Health Outcomes of Writing about Traumatic Life Events
MA Andersson, CS Conley
Stress and Health 29 (1), 40-49, 2013
How do we assign ourselves social status? A cross-cultural test of the cognitive averaging principle
MA Andersson
Social Science Research 52, 317-329, 2015
A rare case of gender parity in academia
FB Lynn, MC Noonan, M Sauder, MA Andersson
Social forces 98 (2), 518-547, 2019
A rare case of gender parity in academia
FB Lynn, MC Noonan, M Sauder, MA Andersson
Social Forces 98 (2), 518-547, 2019
Higher exposure, lower vulnerability? The curious case of education, gender discrimination, and Women's health
MA Andersson, CE Harnois
Social Science & Medicine 246, 112780, 2020
Identity Crises in Love and at Work Dispositional Optimism as a Durable Personal Resource
MA Andersson
Social Psychology Quarterly 75 (4), 290-309, 2012
Informal Care Networks in the Context of Multimorbidity: Size, Composition, and Associations With Recipient Psychological Well-Being
MA Andersson, JK Monin
Journal of aging and health 30 (4), 641-664, 2018
When Do Biological Attributions of Mental Illness Reduce Stigma? Using Qualitative Comparative Analysis to Contextualize Attributions
MA Andersson, SK Harkness
Society and Mental Health 8 (3), 175-194, 2018
Expecting to heal through self-expression: A perceived control theory of writing and health
MA Andersson, CS Conley
Health Psychology Review 2 (2), 138-162, 2008
Modern Social Hierarchies and the Spaces between: How Are Subjective Status Inconsistencies Linked to Mental Well-Being?
MA Andersson
Social Psychology Quarterly 81 (1), 48-70, 2018
Chronic Disease at Midlife Do Parent-child Bonds Modify the Effect of Childhood SES?
MA Andersson
Journal of Health and Social Behavior 57 (3), 373-389, 2016
Health returns to education by family socioeconomic origins, 1980–2008: Testing the importance of gender, cohort, and age
MA Andersson
SSM-Population Health 2, 549-560, 2016
Early-life characteristics and educational disparities in smoking
MA Andersson, V Maralani
Social Science & Medicine 144, 138-147, 2015
Higher Education, Bigger Networks? Differences by Family Socioeconomic Background and Network Measures
MA Andersson
Socius 4, 2378023118797217, 2018
Users beware: Variable effects of parenthood on happiness within and across international datasets
MA Andersson, J Glass, RW Simon
Social Indicators Research 115, 945-961, 2014
Adult health returns to education by key childhood social and economic indicators: Results from representative European data
MA Andersson, K Vaughan
SSM-Population Health 3, 411-418, 2017
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