S. Leonard SYME
S. Leonard SYME
Professor of Epidemiology and Community Health (Emeritus)s)
Verified email at berkeley.edu
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Social networks, host resistance, and mortality: a nine-year follow-up study of Alameda County residents
LF Berkman, SL Syme
American journal of Epidemiology 109 (2), 186-204, 1979
71221979
Socioeconomic status and health: the challenge of the gradient.
NE Adler, T Boyce, MA Chesney, S Cohen, S Folkman, RL Kahn, ...
American psychologist 49 (1), 15, 1994
40101994
Social support and health.
SE Cohen, SL Syme
Academic Press, 1985
31711985
Issues in the study and application of social support
S Cohen, SL Syme
Social support and health 3, 3-22, 1985
15771985
Socioeconomic inequalities in health: no easy solution
NE Adler, WT Boyce, MA Chesney, S Folkman, SL Syme
Jama 269 (24), 3140-3145, 1993
14241993
Psychosocial work environment and sickness absence among British civil servants: the Whitehall II study.
FM North, SL Syme, A Feeney, M Shipley, M Marmot
American journal of public health 86 (3), 332-340, 1996
939*1996
Promoting health: Intervention strategies from social and behavioral research
Committee on Capitalizing on Social Science and Behavioral Research to ...
American Journal of Health Promotion 15 (3), 149-166, 2001
8412001
Social class, susceptibility, and sickness
LS Syme, LF Berkman
The sociology of health and illness 2, 28-34, 1986
8371986
The social environment and health: a discussion of the epidemiologic literature
IH Yen, SL Syme
Annual review of public health 20 (1), 287-308, 1999
7861999
Acculturation and coronary heart disease in Japanese-Americans
MG Marmot, SL Syme
American journal of epidemiology 104 (3), 225-247, 1976
7861976
Sickness absence as a measure of health status and functioning: from the UK Whitehall II study.
M Marmot, A Feeney, M Shipley, F North, SL Syme
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 49 (2), 124-130, 1995
7581995
Epidemiologic studies of coronary heart disease and stroke in Japanese men living in Japan, Hawaii, and California: demographic, physical, dietary, and biochemical characteristics
A Kagan, BR Harris, W Winkelstein Jr, KG Johnson, H Kato, SL Syme, ...
Journal of chronic diseases 27, 1973
7171973
Social connections and mortality from all causes and from cardiovascular disease: prospective evidence from eastern Finland
GA Kaplan, JT Salonen, RD Cohen, RJ Brand, S Leonard Syme, P Puska
American journal of epidemiology 128 (2), 370-380, 1988
5761988
Epidemiologic studies of coronary heart disease and stroke in Japanese men living in Japan, Hawaii and California: prevalence of coronary and hypertensive heart disease and …
MG Marmot, SL Syme, A Kagan, H Kato, JB Cohen, J Belsky
American journal of epidemiology 102 (6), 514-525, 1975
5651975
Epidemiologic studies of coronary heart disease and stroke in Japanese men living in Japan, Hawaii and California: coronary heart disease risk factors in Japan and Hawaii
TL Robertson, H Kato, T Gordon, A Kagan, GG Rhoads, CE Land, ...
The American journal of cardiology 39 (2), 244-249, 1977
5621977
The relationship of social networks and social support to morbidity and mortality.
LF Berkman
Academic Press, 1985
5521985
Understanding and reducing socioeconomic and racial/ethnic disparities in health
J House, DR Williams, BD Smedley, SL Syme
Promoting health: Intervention strategies from social and behavioral research, 2000
5182000
Social networks and coronary artery disease: a comparison of the structure and function of social relations as predictors of disease.
TE Seeman, SL Syme
Psychosomatic medicine, 1987
4021987
Social isolation: a predictor of mortality comparable to traditional clinical risk factors
M Pantell, D Rehkopf, D Jutte, SL Syme, J Balmes, N Adler
American journal of public health 103 (11), 2056-2062, 2013
3762013
Epidemiologic studies of coronary heart disease and stroke in Japanese men living in Japan, Hawaii and California: mortality
RM Worth, H Kato, GG Rhoads, A Kagan, SL Syme
American Journal of Epidemiology 102 (6), 481-490, 1975
3021975
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