Explaining educational inequalities in adolescent life satisfaction: do health behaviour and gender matter?

Moor I, Lampert T, Rathmann K, Kuntz B, Kolip P, Spallek J, Richter M (2014)
International Journal of Public Health 59(2): 309-317.

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Moor I, Lampert T, Rathmann K, et al. Explaining educational inequalities in adolescent life satisfaction: do health behaviour and gender matter? International Journal of Public Health. 2014;59(2):309-317.
Moor, I., Lampert, T., Rathmann, K., Kuntz, B., Kolip, P., Spallek, J., & Richter, M. (2014). Explaining educational inequalities in adolescent life satisfaction: do health behaviour and gender matter? International Journal of Public Health, 59(2), 309-317.
Moor, I., Lampert, T., Rathmann, K., Kuntz, B., Kolip, P., Spallek, J., and Richter, M. (2014). Explaining educational inequalities in adolescent life satisfaction: do health behaviour and gender matter? International Journal of Public Health 59, 309-317.
Moor, I., et al., 2014. Explaining educational inequalities in adolescent life satisfaction: do health behaviour and gender matter? International Journal of Public Health, 59(2), p 309-317.
I. Moor, et al., “Explaining educational inequalities in adolescent life satisfaction: do health behaviour and gender matter?”, International Journal of Public Health, vol. 59, 2014, pp. 309-317.
Moor, I., Lampert, T., Rathmann, K., Kuntz, B., Kolip, P., Spallek, J., Richter, M.: Explaining educational inequalities in adolescent life satisfaction: do health behaviour and gender matter? International Journal of Public Health. 59, 309-317 (2014).
Moor, Irene, Lampert, Thomas, Rathmann, Katharina, Kuntz, Benjamin, Kolip, Petra, Spallek, Jacob, and Richter, Matthias. “Explaining educational inequalities in adolescent life satisfaction: do health behaviour and gender matter?”. International Journal of Public Health 59.2 (2014): 309-317.
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