Is being a "small fish in a big pond" bad for students' psychosomatic health? A multilevel study on the role of class-level school performance?

Rathmann K, Bilz L, Hurrelmann K, Kiess W, Richter M (2018)
BMC Public Health 18(1): 1098.

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Rathmann K, Bilz L, Hurrelmann K, Kiess W, Richter M. Is being a "small fish in a big pond" bad for students' psychosomatic health? A multilevel study on the role of class-level school performance? BMC Public Health. 2018;18(1): 1098.
Rathmann, K., Bilz, L., Hurrelmann, K., Kiess, W., & Richter, M. (2018). Is being a "small fish in a big pond" bad for students' psychosomatic health? A multilevel study on the role of class-level school performance? BMC Public Health, 18(1), 1098. doi:10.1186/s12889-018-5977-5
Rathmann, K., Bilz, L., Hurrelmann, K., Kiess, W., and Richter, M. (2018). Is being a "small fish in a big pond" bad for students' psychosomatic health? A multilevel study on the role of class-level school performance? BMC Public Health 18:1098.
Rathmann, K., et al., 2018. Is being a "small fish in a big pond" bad for students' psychosomatic health? A multilevel study on the role of class-level school performance? BMC Public Health, 18(1): 1098.
K. Rathmann, et al., “Is being a "small fish in a big pond" bad for students' psychosomatic health? A multilevel study on the role of class-level school performance?”, BMC Public Health, vol. 18, 2018, : 1098.
Rathmann, K., Bilz, L., Hurrelmann, K., Kiess, W., Richter, M.: Is being a "small fish in a big pond" bad for students' psychosomatic health? A multilevel study on the role of class-level school performance? BMC Public Health. 18, : 1098 (2018).
Rathmann, Katharina, Bilz, Ludwig, Hurrelmann, Klaus, Kiess, Wieland, and Richter, Matthias. “Is being a "small fish in a big pond" bad for students' psychosomatic health? A multilevel study on the role of class-level school performance?”. BMC Public Health 18.1 (2018): 1098.

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