Marta Pasqualini
Marta Pasqualini
OSC Sciences Po, Paris
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No clear association emerges between intergenerational relationships and COVID-19 fatality rates from macro-level analyses
B Arpino, V Bordone, M Pasqualini
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (32), 19116-19121, 2020
142020
Health and income inequalities in Europe: What is the role of circumstances?
M Pasqualini, D Lanari, L Minelli, L Pieroni, L Salmasi
Economics & Human Biology 26, 164-173, 2017
122017
Older people’s nonphysical contacts and depression during the COVID-19 lockdown
B Arpino, M Pasqualini, V Bordone, A Solé-Auró
The Gerontologist 61 (2), 176-186, 2021
82021
Are intergenerational relationships responsible for more COVID-19 cases? A cautionary tale of available empirical evidence
B Arpino, V Bordone, M Pasqualini
SocArXiv, 2020
62020
Are intergenerational relationships responsible for more COVID-19 cases
B Arpino, V Bordone, M Pasqualini
A cautionary tale of available empirical evidence. SocArXiv, 2020
62020
Parents who exit and parents who enter. Family structure transitions, child psychological health, and early drinking
M Pasqualini, D Lanari, L Pieroni
Social Science & Medicine 214, 187-196, 2018
52018
Parent-child communication about sex and romantic feelings: does having older siblings make a difference?
M Pasqualini, A De Rose
Genus 76 (1), 1-18, 2020
32020
Adolescent sexual behaviour and academic performance of Italian students
D Lanari, L Mangiavacchi, M Pasqualini
Genus 76 (1), 1-18, 2020
22020
How much and why does the mum matter? Mechanisms explaining the intergenerational transmission of smoking
M Pasqualini, L Pieroni, C Tomassini
Advances in Life Course Research 40, 99-107, 2019
22019
Physically distant but socially close? Changes in intergenerational non-physical contacts during the COVID-19 pandemic among older people in France, Italy and Spain
B Arpino, M Pasqualini, V Bordone
SocArXiv, 2020
12020
Indirect consequences of COVID-19 on people’s lives. Findings from an on-line survey in France, Italy and Spain
B Arpino, M Pasqualini, V Bordone, A Solé-Auró
SocArXiv, 2020
12020
Smoking habits in HIV-infected people compared with the general population in Italy: a cross-sectional study
LP Giuseppe Vittorio De Socio, Marta Pasqualini, Elena Ricci, Paolo Maggi ...
BMC Public Health 20, 2020
12020
Who cares about health and the economy through the Covid-19 pandemic? Longitudinally tracking changes and heterogeneity in people’s perceptions of risks
E Ferragina, M Pasqualini, E Recchi, A Zola
SocArXiv, 2021
2021
Corrigendum to: Older People’s Nonphysical Contacts and Depression During the COVID-19 Lockdown
B Arpino, M Pasqualini, V Bordone, A Solé-Auró
The Gerontologist 61 (2), 294, 2021
2021
Reply to Dowd et al.: Dangerous to overemphasize the importance of specific COVID-19 risk factors based on (unadjusted) macro-level analyses
B Arpino, V Bordone, M Pasqualini
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (42), 25977-25978, 2020
2020
Is it Time to Quit? Smoking Persistence and Self-Rated Health
D Lanari, M Pasqualini, L Pieroni
Journal of Population Ageing, 1-18, 2020
2020
The role of circumstances in explaining health and income related inequalities in European countriesLuca Salmasi
M Pasqualini, M Chiavarini, D Lanari, L Minelli, L Pieroni, L Salmasi
European Journal of Public Health 25 (suppl_3), 2015
2015
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