Ralph Catalano
Ralph Catalano
Professor of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley
Geverifieerd e-mailadres voor berkeley.edu
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Lifetime prevalence of DSM-III-R psychiatric disorders among urban and rural Mexican Americans in California
WA Vega, B Kolody, S Aguilar-Gaxiola, E Alderete, R Catalano, ...
Archives of general psychiatry 55 (9), 771-778, 1998
12461998
Gaps in service utilization by Mexican Americans with mental health problems
WA Vega, B Kolody, S Aguilar-Gaxiola, R Catalano
American Journal of Psychiatry 156 (6), 928-934, 1999
5231999
The health effects of economic decline
R Catalano, S Goldman-Mellor, K Saxton, C Margerison-Zilko, ...
Annual review of public health 32, 431-450, 2011
4762011
Depression and unemployment: panel findings from the Epidemiologic Catchment Area study
D Dooley, R Catalano, G Wilson
American journal of community psychology 22 (6), 745-765, 1994
4181994
The health effects of economic insecurity.
R Catalano
American Journal of Public Health 81 (9), 1148-1152, 1991
3941991
Economic antecedents of child abuse and neglect
LD Steinberg, R Catalano, D Dooley
Child development, 975-985, 1981
3521981
Economic change as a cause of behavioral disorder.
D Dooley, R Catalano
Psychological bulletin 87 (3), 450, 1980
3271980
Economic predictors of depressed mood and stressful life events in a metropolitan community
R Catalano, CD Dooley
Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 292-307, 1977
2961977
Job loss and alcohol abuse: a test using data from the Epidemiologic Catchment Area project
R Catalano, D Dooley, G Wilson, R Hough
Journal of health and social behavior, 215-225, 1993
2601993
Stress transmission: The effects of husbands' job stressors on the emotional health of their wives
K Rook, D Dooley, R Catalano
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 165-177, 1991
2581991
The health effects of economic instability: A test of the economic stress hypothesis
R Catalano, D Dooley
Influence of Economic Instability on Health, 225-262, 1983
2441983
Exogenous shocks to the human sex ratio: the case of September 11, 2001 in New York City
R Catalano, T Bruckner, AR Marks, B Eskenazi
Human reproduction 21 (12), 3127-3131, 2006
2132006
Earthquake Preparedness: Predictors in a Community Survey1
D Dooley, R Catalano, S Mishra, S Serxner
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 22 (6), 451-470, 1992
2131992
Sex ratios in the two Germanies: a test of the economic stress hypothesis
RA Catalano
Human Reproduction 18 (9), 1972-1975, 2003
2122003
Health
R Catalano
Medical Care, and Economic Crisis. N Engl J Med 360 (8), 749-751, 2009
1932009
Recent research on the psychological effects of unemployment
D Dooley, R Catalano
Journal of Social Issues 44 (4), 1-12, 1988
1761988
Unemployment and alcohol disorder in 1910 and 1990: Drift versus social causation
D Dooley, R Catalano, R Hough
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 65 (4), 277-290, 1992
1711992
Health, behavior and the community: An ecological perspective
R Catalano
Health, behavior and the community: an ecological perspective, xi, 279-xi, 279, 1979
1631979
Low birthweight in New York City and upstate New York following the events of September 11th
B Eskenazi, AR Marks, R Catalano, T Bruckner, PG Toniolo
Human reproduction 22 (11), 3013-3020, 2007
1612007
Job and non‐job stressors and their moderators
D Dooley, K Rook, R Catalano
Journal of occupational psychology 60 (2), 115-132, 1987
1601987
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