A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

G D Smith, S Harding. Lancet 1997
Times Cited: 23







List of co-cited articles
67 articles co-cited >1



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Education and occupational social class: which is the more important indicator of mortality risk?
G Davey Smith, C Hart, D Hole, P MacKinnon, C Gillis, G Watt, D Blane, V Hawthorne. J Epidemiol Community Health 1998
441
30

The association of job strain and health behaviours in men and women.
W L Hellerstedt, R W Jeffery. Int J Epidemiol 1997
199
17

Job strain and cardiovascular disease.
P L Schnall, P A Landsbergis, D Baker. Annu Rev Public Health 1994
439
17

Marital stress worsens prognosis in women with coronary heart disease: The Stockholm Female Coronary Risk Study.
K Orth-Gomér, S P Wamala, M Horsten, K Schenck-Gustafsson, N Schneiderman, M A Mittleman. JAMA 2000
324
17



Low job control and risk of coronary heart disease in Whitehall II (prospective cohort) study.
H Bosma, M G Marmot, H Hemingway, A C Nicholson, E Brunner, S A Stansfeld. BMJ 1997
490
17

Lifetime socioeconomic position and mortality: prospective observational study.
G D Smith, C Hart, D Blane, C Gillis, V Hawthorne. BMJ 1997
375
17



Social class, assets, organizational control and the prevalence of common groups of psychiatric disorders.
C Muntaner, W W Eaton, C Diala, R C Kessler, P D Sorlie. Soc Sci Med 1998
133
13



Relationships of stress, tranquilizers, and serum cholesterol levels in a sample population under study for coronary heart disease.
J M Chapman, L G Reeder, F J Massey, E R Borun, B Picken, G G Browning, A H Coulson, D H Zimmerman. Am J Epidemiol 1966
36
13



Coronary heart disease: a review of the role of psychosocial stress and social support.
D C Greenwood, K R Muir, C J Packham, R J Madeley. J Public Health Med 1996
92
13

Perceived stress and coronary heart disease risk factors: the contribution of socio-economic position.
P Heslop, G D Smith, D Carroll, J Macleod, F Hyland, C Hart. Br J Health Psychol 2001
55
13



4. Effects of stress on cigarette smoking and urinary pH.
S Schachter, B Silverstein, L T Kozlowski, C P Herman, B Liebling. J Exp Psychol Gen 1977
46
13





Two alternative job stress models and the risk of coronary heart disease.
H Bosma, R Peter, J Siegrist, M Marmot. Am J Public Health 1998
421
13

Health inequalities among British civil servants: the Whitehall II study.
M G Marmot, G D Smith, S Stansfeld, C Patel, F North, J Head, I White, E Brunner, A Feeney. Lancet 1991
13

Psychological stress and cardiovascular disease: empirical demonstration of bias in a prospective observational study of Scottish men.
John Macleod, George Davey Smith, Pauline Heslop, Chris Metcalfe, Douglas Carroll, Carole Hart. BMJ 2002
195
13



Social class, health behaviour, and mortality among men and women in eastern Finland.
J Pekkanen, J Tuomilehto, A Uutela, E Vartiainen, A Nissinen. BMJ 1995
150
8


Changes in job strain in relation to changes in physiological state. A longitudinal study.
T Theorell, A Perski, T Akerstedt, F Sigala, G Ahlberg-Hultén, J Svensson, P Eneroth. Scand J Work Environ Health 1988
276
8


Job decision latitude, job demands, and cardiovascular disease: a prospective study of Swedish men.
R Karasek, D Baker, F Marxer, A Ahlbom, T Theorell. Am J Public Health 1981
860
8


Decision latitude, job strain, and myocardial infarction: a study of working men in Stockholm. The SHEEP Study Group. Stockholm Heart epidemiology Program.
T Theorell, A Tsutsumi, J Hallquist, C Reuterwall, C Hogstedt, P Fredlund, N Emlund, J V Johnson. Am J Public Health 1998
212
8





Social relationships and health.
J S House, K R Landis, D Umberson. Science 1988
8




Stress and cardiovascular health: an international cooperative study. I.
L G Reeder, P G Schrama, J M Dirken. Soc Sci Med 1973
46
8

Hopelessness and risk of mortality and incidence of myocardial infarction and cancer.
S A Everson, D E Goldberg, G A Kaplan, R D Cohen, E Pukkala, J Tuomilehto, J T Salonen. Psychosom Med 1996
350
8


The Job Content Questionnaire (JCQ): an instrument for internationally comparative assessments of psychosocial job characteristics.
R Karasek, C Brisson, N Kawakami, I Houtman, P Bongers, B Amick. J Occup Health Psychol 1998
8


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.