Forthcoming

 

2017

Bonander, C. & Jernbro, C. (2017). Does gender moderate the association between intellectual ability and accidental injuries? Evidence from the 1953 Stockholm Birth Cohort study. Accident Analysis & Prevention. doi.org/10.1016/j.aap.2017.06.001.

Bäckman, O., Estrada, F. & Nilsson, A. (2017). Substance Abuse, Crime and the Life Course. I Blokland, A & van der Geest, V (eds.) The Routledge International Handbook of Life-Course Criminology. 

Kassman, A. (2017). One of all the others – a life course study of scouts, social capital, and stratification in the Swedish ‘Folkhem’. Journal of Civil Society. doi: 10.1080/17448689.2017.1287843.

Yu, B. & Garcy, A. M. (2017). A longitudinal study of cognitive and educational outcomes of those born small for gestational age. Acta Paediatrica. doi:10.1111/apa.13993.

2016

Almquist, Y. B., & Brännström, L. (2016). Childhood adversity and trajectories of disadvantage through adulthood: findings from the Stockholm Birth Cohort study. Social Indicators Research. doi: 10.1007/s11205-016-1528-6.

Brännström, L., Forsman, H., Vinnerljung, B., & Almquist, Y. B. (2016). The truly disadvantaged? Midlife outcome dynamics of individuals with experiences of out-of-home care. Child Abuse & Neglect. doi: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2016.11.009.

Gao, M., Brännström, L., & Almquist, Y. B. (2016). Exposure to out-of-home care in childhood and adult all-cause mortality: a cohort study. International Journal of Epidemiology. doi: 10.1093/ije/dyw295

Torssander, J., & Almquist, Y. B. (2016). Trajectories of economic, work- and health-related disadvantage and subsequent mortality risk. Advances in Life Course Research. doi: 10.1016/j.alcr.2016.10.002

Åkerlund, D.,  Golsteyn, B., Grönqvist, H & Lindahl, L.  (2016). Time Discounting and Criminal Behavior. PNAS, 113(22), 6160-6165. 

2015

Alm, S. (2015). Dreams meeting reality? A gendered perspective on the relationship between occupational preferences in early adolescence and actual occupation in adulthood. Journal of Youth Studies, 18(8): 1077-1095.   

Alm, S. (2015). Hur gick det för 1960- och 1970-talets svenska narkotikamissbrukare? Nordic Alcohol and Drugs 32: 109-132.

Almquist, Y. B. (2015). Childhood origins and adult destinations: The impact of childhood living conditions on coexisting disadvantages in adulthood. International Journal of Social Welfare.

von Otter, C & Stenberg, S-Å. (2015). Social capital, human capital and parent-child relation quality: interacting for children's educational achievement?. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 36(7): 996-1016   

2014

Åkerlund, D. Golsteyn, B H.H. Grönqvist, H & Lindahl, L. (2014). ”Time Preferences and Criminal Behavior”. IZA DP No. 8168.

Alm, S & Bäckman, O. (2014). Openness to Gender Atypical Occupations in Youth..Do Peer Groups and School Classes Matter? Journal of Early Adolescence.

Almquist, Y. B. & Brännström, L. (2014). "Childhood peer status and the clustering of social, economic and health-related circumstances in adulthood", Social Science & Medicine 105:67-75.

Grund, T. (2014). Network size and network homophily: Same-sex friendships in 595 Scandinavian schools. In: Manzo, G (ed.) Analytical sociology: Action and networks.  

Golsteyn, B.H.H., Grönqvist, H & Lindahl, L. (2014). "Adolescent Time Preferences Predict Lifetime Outcomes", Economic Journal 124(580), 739-761.

Lindquist, M.J & Santavirta, T. (2014). Does placing children in foster care increase their adult criminality? Labour Economics, 31: 72-83.  

Nilsson, A., Beckman, O. & Estrda, F. (2014). "Involvment in crime, individual resources and structural constrains. Processes of cumulative (dis) advantage in a Stockholm birth cohort", British Journal of Criminology 53 (2):297-318.

Nilsson, A., Estrada, F. & Bäckman, O. (2014). Offending, drug abuse and life chances—a longitudinal study of a Stockholm birth cohort. Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention 15(2): 128-142. 

von Otter, C. (2014). "Educational and occupational careers in a Swedish cohort". Dissertation. Stockholm: Stockholm University.

von Otter, C. (2014).  "Family resources and mid-life level of education: a longitudinal study of the mediating influence of childhood parental involvment", British Educational Research Journal 40 (3): 555-574.

Rojas, Y. (2014). "Childhood Social Exclusion and Suicidal Behavor in Adolescence and Young Adulthood". Disseration. Stockholm: Stockholm University. 

2013

Almquist, Y. B. (2013). “School performance as a precursor of adult health: Exploring associations to disease-specific hospital care and their possible explanations”, Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 41 (1): 81-91.

Almquist, Y. B. & Brännström, L. (2013). ”Childhood friendship and the clustering of adverse circumstances in adulthood. A longitudinal study of a Stockholm cohort", Longitudinal and life course studies.

Almquist Y. B. & Östberg, V. (2013). "Social relationships and subsequent health-related behaviours: linkage between  adolescent peer status and levels of adult smoking in a Stockholm cohort", Addiction 108 (3):629-637.

Stenberg, S-Å. (2013). "Född 1953 – Folkhemsbarn i forskarfokus". Umeå: Boréa förlag.

Rojas, Y. (2013). "School performance and gender differences in suicdal behaviour -a 30 -year follow-up of a Stockholm cohort born in 1953", Gender and Education 25 (5): 578-594.

2012

Andersson, F., Levander, S., Svensson, R., & Torstensson Levander, M. (2012). “Sex differences in offending trajectories in a Swedish cohort”, Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 22 (2): 108-121.

Estrada, F. & Nilsson, A. (2012). “Does it cost more to be a female offender? A life-course study of childhood circumstances, crime, drug abuse, and living conditions”, Feminist Criminology 7 (3): 196-219.

Hjalmarsson, R. & Lindquist, M. J. (2012). “Like godfather, like son: exploring the intergenerational nature of crime”, Journal of Human Resources 47 (2): 550-582.

Torstensson Levander, M., Andersson, F., & Levander, S. (2012). “A life course perspective on girls’ criminality” in Andershed A-K. (ed.) Girls at risk: Swedish longitudinal research on adjustment. New York: Springer.

2011

Ahrén, J. C., Chiesa, F., af Klinteberg, B. & Koupil, I. (2011). “Psychosocial determinants and family background in anorexia nervosa. Results from the Stockholm Birth Cohort Study”, International Journal of Eating Disorders 45 (3): 362-369.

Almquist, Y. (2011). "A class of origin: the school class as a social context and health disparities in a life-course perspective". Disseration. Stockholm: Stockholm University.

Almquist, Y. (2011). “Social isolation in the classroom and adult health: A longitudinal study of a 1953 cohort”, Advances in Life Course Research 16 (1): 1-12.

Bäckman, O. & Nilsson, A. (2011). “Pathways to social exclusion - A life-course study”, European Sociological Review 27 (1): 107-123.

Bäckman, O. & Nilsson, A. (2011). ”Social exkludering i ett livsförloppsperspektiv” i Alm, S, Bäckman, O., Gavanas A. & Nilsson, A. (red) Utanförskap. Stockholm: Dialogos förlag, Institutet för framtidsstudier.

Bäckman, O. & Nilsson, A. (2011). ”Ung och utanför” i Alm, S, O. Bäckman, A. Gavanas & A. Nilsson (red) Utanförskap. Stockholm: Dialogos förlag, Institutet för framtidsstudier.

Estrada, F. & Nilsson, A. (2011). ”Fattigdom, segregation och brott” i Alm, S, O. Bäckman, A. Gavanas & A. Nilsson (red) Utanförskap. Stockholm: Dialogos förlag, Institutet för framtidsstudier.

Halleröd, B. (2011). “What do children know about their futures: Do children’s expectations predict outcomes in middle age?”, Social Forces 90 (1): 65–84.

af Klinteberg, B., Almquist, Y., Beijer, U. & Rydelius, P-A. (2011). “Family psychosocial characteristics influencing criminal behaviour and mortality - possible mediating factors: A longitudinal study of male and female subjects in the Stockholm Birth Cohort”, BMC Public Health 11: 751.

Koskinen, J. & Stenberg, S-Å. (2011). “Bayesian analysis of multilevel probit models for data with friendship dependencies”, Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 37 (2): 203-230.

Modin, B., Östberg, V. & Almquist, Y. (2011). “Childhood peer status and adult susceptibility to anxiety and depression. A 30-year hospital follow-up”, Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 39: 187-199.

Nilsson, A. & Estrada, F. (2011). “Established or excluded? A longitudinal study of criminality, work and family formation”, European Journal of Criminology 8 (3): 229-245.

Rojas, Y. (2011). “Self-directed and interpersonal male violence in adolescence and young adulthood - a 30-year follow-up of a Stockholm cohort”, Sociology of Health and Illness 34 (1): 16-30.

2010

Björklund, A., Lindahl, L. & Lindquist, M. J. (2010). "What more than parental income, education and occupation? An exploration of what Swedish siblings get from their parents", The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy 10 (1): 1-38.

Hjalmarsson, R. & Lindquist, M. J. (2010). "Driving under the influence of our fathers", The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy 10 (1): 1-15.

Lindahl, L. (2010). “A comparison of family and neighborhood effects on grades, test scores, educational attainment and income — evidence from Sweden”, Journal of Economic Inequality 9 (2): 207-226.

Bäckman, O. & Nilsson, A. (2010). “Pathways to social exclusion - a life course study”, European Sociological Review 27 (1): 107-123.

Almquist, Y., Modin, B. & Östberg, V. (2010). “Childhood social status in society and school: implications for the transition to higher levels of education”, British Journal of Sociology of Education 31 (1): 31 - 45.

Rojas, Y. & Stenberg S-Å. (2010). “Early life circumstances and male suicide - A 30-year follow-up of a Stockholm cohort born in 1953”, Social Science and Medicine 70: 420–427.

2009

Moran, P., af Klinteberg, B., Batty, D. & Vågerö, D. (2009). “Childhood intelligence predicts hospitalisation with personality disorders in adulthood: Evidence from a population-based study in Sweden”, Journal of Personality Disorders 23 (5): 535–540

Nilsson, A. & Estrada, F. (2009). Criminality and life-chances: A longitudinal study of crime, childhood circumstances and living conditions up to age 48. Stockholm University: Department of Criminology, Report Series 2009: 3.

Nilsson, A. & Estrada, F. (2009). Kriminalitet och livschanser: Uppväxtvillkor, brottslighet och levnadsförhållanden som vuxen. Stockholm: Institutet för framtidsstudier, arbetspapper 2009: 20.

Almquist, Y. (2009). “Peer status in school and adult disease risk: a 30-year follow-up study of disease-specific morbidity in a Stockholm cohort”, Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 63 (12): 1028-1034.

2008

Alm, S & Nilsson, A (2008). "Samhällets olycksbarn, kreatörer eller Svenssons? Modsens framtid i backspegeln", Socialvetenskaplig Tidskrift 15 (1): 20-36.

Björklund, A., Lindahl, L. & Lindquist, M. (2008). “What more than income? An exploration of what Swedish siblings get from their parents” in Lindahl, L. Family background and individual achievement – Essays in empirical labour economics. Stockholm University: Swedish Institute for Social Research, Dissertation Series, No 75.

von Otter, C. (2008). Kultur – en del av ett hälsosamt liv? Stockholm: Kulturrådets skriftserie 2008: 4.

2007

Bäckman, O. & Nilsson, A. (2007). Childhood poverty and labour market exclusion. Findings from a Swedish cohort. Stockholm: Institute for Futures Studies, Working Paper Series 2007: 13.

Bäckman, O. & Nilsson, A. (2007). “Ung och utanför - vad innebär det på lång sikt? Arbetsmarknadsanknytning för Stockholmare födda på 1950-, 1960- och 1970-talen” i Olofsson J. & A. Thoursie (red) Ungas framtidsvägar. Möjligheter och utmaningar, Stockholm: Agora.

Murray, J., Janson, C-G. & Farrington, D. P. (2007). “Crime in adult offspring of prisoners”, Criminal Justice and Behavior 34 (1): 133-149.

Stenberg, S-Å., Vågerö, D., Österman, R., Arvidsson, E., von Otter, C. & Janson C-G. (2007). “Stockholm Birth Cohort Study 1953-2003: A new tool for life course studies”, Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 35 (1): 104-110.

2006

Stenberg, S-Å. & Vågerö, D. (2006). "Cohort profile: The Stockholm birth cohort of 1953", International Journal of Epidemiology 35: 546-548.

Vågerö, D. & Modin, B. (2006). “Commentary: the associations between height, cognition, and education and their relevance for health studies”, International Journal of Epidemiology 35 (3): 663-4.

2005

Alm, S. (2005). “Born to run? The importance of cultural and social capital for upwards mobility” in Carroll E. & L. Eriksson (eds.), Welfare Politics Cross-Examined. Amsterdam: Aksant Academic Publishes.

Brännström, L. (2005). “Does neighbourhood origin matter? A longitudinal multilevel assessment of neighbourhood effects in a Stockholm birth cohort”, Housing, Theory and Society 22 (4): 169-195.

2004

Brännström, L. (2004). “Poor places, poor prospects? Counterfactual models of neighbourhood effects on social exclusion in Stockholm, Sweden”, Urban Studies 41 (13): 2515-2537.

Sadoff, R. L. (2004). “Book review. Criminality and violence among the mentally disordered: The Stockholm Metropolitan Project”, American Journal of Psychiatry 161 (1): 184-185.

2002

Gosden, P. N. (2002). “Book review. Criminality and violence among the mentally disordered: The Stockholm Metropolitan Project”, Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 106 (6): 468.

Hodgins, S. & Janson, C-G. (2002). Criminality and violence among the mentally disordered. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Hodgins S., Kratzer L, & McNeil, T. F. (2002). “Obstetrical complications, parenting practices and risk of criminal behaviour among persons who develop major mental disorders”, Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavia 105 (3): 179-88.

2001

Hodgins, S., Kratzer, L. & McNeil, T. F. (2001). “Obstetrical complications, parenting, and risk of criminal behavior”, Archives of General Psychiatry  58 (8): 746 - 752.

2000

Hodgins, S. (2000). “Studying the etiology of crime and violence among persons with major mental disorders: Challenges in the definition and measurement of interactions” in L. Bergman & B. Cairns (eds.) Developmental science and the holistic approach. Los Angeles: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Hodgins, S. (2000). “The etiology and development of offending among persons with major mental disorders: Conceptual and methodological issues and some preliminary findings” in S. Hodgins (ed.) Violence among the mentally ill: Effective treatments and management strategies. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Janson, C-G. (2000). “Project Metropolitan”, Socialmedicinsk Tidskrift  3: 221-224.

Stenberg, S-Å. (2000). “Inheritance of welfare recipiency: An intergenerational study of social assistance recipiency in Postwar Sweden”, Journal of Marriage and the Family 62: 228-239.
 

1999

Karlberg, M. (1999). “Testing transitivity in digraphs”, Sociological Methodology 29: 225-251.

Kratzer, L., & Hodgins, S. (1999). “A typology of offenders: A test of Moffitt’s theory among males and females from childhood to age 30”, Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 9: 57-73.

Lindelöw, M., Hodgins, S. & af Klinteberg, B. (1999). “Childhood and adolescent antecedents of psychiatric disability in men and women: A prospective study”, International Journal of Social Welfare 8: 221-228.

1998

Bäckman, O. & Palme, J. (1998). “Social background and sickness absence: a study of a Stockholm cohort”, Acta Sociologica 41: 349-362.

1997

Crocker, A. G. & Hodgins, S. (1997). “The criminality of noninstitutionalized mentally retarded persons: Evidence from a birth cohort followed to age 30”, Criminal Justice and Behavior 24: 432-454.

Also published in J. McKean & B. Byers (eds.) Data Analyses for Criminal Justice and Criminology. New York: Allyn and Bacon.

Jansson, I (1997). On statistical modeling of social networks. Stockholm University: Department of Statistics.

Jansson, I. (1997). “Clique structure in school class data”, Social Networks 19: 285-301.

Kratzer, L. & Hodgins, S. (1997). “Adult outcomes of child conduct problems: A cohort study”, Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 25: 65-81.

Stenberg, S-Å, & Hård af Segerstad, C. (1997). ”Det sociala arvet i ny belysning. Socialbidrag och försörjningsvillkor”, Socialvetenskaplig tidskrift 3: 183-198.

Timms, D. W. G. (1997). ”Gender, social mobility and psychiatric diagnoses”, Social Science and Medicine 46 (9): 1235-1247.

1996

Timms, D. W. G. (1996). “Social mobility and mental health in a Swedish cohort”, Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 31 (1): 38-48.

Timms, D. W. G. (1996). “Mental health, mental illness, and the Project Metropolitan cohort” in P. Hedström, & E. Kühlhorn (eds.) Sociology through Time and Space. Stockholm: Department of Sociology, 195-217.

Timms, D. W. G. (1996). “Teenage mothers and the adult mental health of their sons”, Journal of Adolescence 19: 545-56.

1995

Alm, S. (1995). Etik inom forskning och press. En studie av Metropolitdebatten 1986. Stockholm University, Department of Sociology, working paper.

Axelsson, C. (1995). Gender and social class in a metropolitan cohort. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 44.

Hodgins, S. (1995). Mental disorder and crime in a metropolitan cohort. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 43.

Hodgins, S. (1995). “Mental disorder, intellectual deficiency and crime; Evidence from a birth cohort” in S. Hodgins (red) Mental disorder and crime in a metropolitan cohort. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 43.

Hodgins, S. (1995).”The criminality of mentally disordered persons: Evidence from a birth cohort followed to age 30”  in S. Hodgins (red) Mental disorder and crime in a metropolitan cohort. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 43.

Hodgins, S. (1995).”Outcome at age 30 of subjects with conduct problems in childhood: Evidence for the feasibility of early childhood crime prevention” in S. Hodgins (red) Mental disorder and crime in a metropolitan cohort. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 43.

Janson, C-G. & Wikström, P-O. H. (1995). “Growing up in a welfare state: The social class-offending relationship” in J. Hagan (ed.), Delinquency and Disrepute in the Life Course: Current Perspectives on Aging and the Life Cycle. Greenwich, CT: Jai Press.

Janson, C-G. (1995). On Project Metropolitan and the longitudinal perspective. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 40.

Kratzer, L. & Hodgins, S. (1995). “Adult outcomes of child conduct problems: A Cohort Study” in S. Hodgins (red) Mental disorder and crime in a metropolitan cohort. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 43.

Lindström, P. (1995). School context and delinquency. The impact of social structure and academic balance. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 41.

Timms, D. W. G. (1995). Mental health, mental illness and family background. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 42.

1994

Axelsson, C. (1994). “Educational selection by gender and class origin” in Studies of a Stockholm Cohort. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 39.

Farrington, D. P. & Wikström, P-O. H. (1994). “Criminal careers in London and Stockholm. A cross-national comparative study” in Studies of a Stockholm Cohort. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 39.

Fischbein, S. & Alin-Åkerman, B. (1994). “Within-pair similarity in MZ and DZ twins from birth to eighteen years of age” in Studies of a Stockholm Cohort. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 39.

Hodgins, S. (1994). “Status at age 30 of children with conduct problems”, Studies of Crime and Crime Prevention 3: 41-62.

Martens, P. L. (1994). “Criminal and other antisocial behaviour among persons with immigrant and Swedish background – A research note” in Studies of a Stockholm Cohort. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 39.

Pearson, F. S. (1994). “Peer networks and delinquency” in Studies of a Stockholm Cohort. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 39.

Smith, W. R. (1994). “Moderation in life and in regression models: Some theoretical implications of interaction effects in models of educational achievement” in Studies of a Stockholm Cohort. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 39.

Stenberg, S-Å. (1994). “Family structure and the inheritance of welfare dependence. Inter-generational study in postwar Sweden” in Studies of a Stockholm Cohort in Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 39.

Walldén, M. (1994). “Sibling position and the educational process – the study of a Swedish birth cohort” in Studies of a Stockholm Cohort. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 39.

1993

Andersson, J. (1993). A longitudinal simulation model of incapacitation effects. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 38.

Hodgins, S. (1993). “The criminality of mentally disordered persons” in S. Hodgins (ed.) Mental Disorder and Crime. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

1992

Frändén, O. (1992). Early mortality and morbidity in a Stockholm cohort: A descriptive study with special reference to suicide and parasuicide. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 36.

Hodgins, S. (1992). “Mental disorder, intellectual deficiency and crime: Evidence from a birth cohort”, Archives of General Psychiatry 49: 476-483.

Also published in Peay, J. (ed.) (1998). Criminal justice and the mentally disordered offender. Aldershot, UK: Asgate Publishing.

Walldén, M. (1992). Sibling position and the educational career. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 37.

1991

Andersson, J. (1991). Kriminella karriärer och påföljdsval. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 35.

Smith, W. R. (1991). Social structure, family structure, child rearing, and delinquency: Another look. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 33.

Timms, D. W. G. (1991). Family structure in childhood and mental health in adolescence. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 32.

Timms, D. W. G. (1991). Individual characteristics, parental ideology and mental health in adolescence. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 34.

Wikström, P-O. H. (1991). “Housing tenure, social class and offending: the individual-level relationship in childhood and youth”, Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 1 (1): 69-89.

1990

Alin-Åkerman, B. & Fischbein, S. (1990). Tvillingar – en riskgrupp. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 29.

Lagerström, M., Bremme, K., Eneroth, P. & Janson, C-G. (1990). “School marks and IQ-test scores for low birth weight children at the age of 13”, European Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Biology 40: 129-136.

Timms, D. W. G. (1990). Psychiatric disorder and socio-economic status amongst a cohort of Stockholm boys. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 30.

Torstensson, M. (1990). “Female delinquents in a birth cohort: Tests of some aspects of control theory”, Journal of Quantitative Criminology 6 (1): 101-115.

Walldén, M. (1990). Sibling position and mental capacity – Reconsidered. Female delinquents in a birth cohort: Tests of some aspects of control theory. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 31.

West, D. J. (1990). “Book review. Patterns of crime in a birth cohort. Project Metropolitan 24”, British Journal of Criminology 30 (4): 529-531.

Wikström, P-O. H. (1990). “Introduction to the special issue on Swedish quantitative criminology”, Journal of Quantitative Criminology 6 (1): 1-30.

Wikström, P-O. H. (1990). Age and crime in a Stockholm cohort. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, Vol. 6 (1), 61-84.

1989

Andersson, J. (1989). “Continuity in crime. Sex and age differences” in Crime and Delinquency in a Metropolitan Cohort. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 26.

Bernhardt, E. (1989). Social background, education and childbearing before 30: The experience of the Stockholm Metropolitan birth cohort. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 28.

Janson, C-G. (1989). “Psychiatric diagnoses and recorded crimes” in Crime and Delinquency in a Metropolitan Cohort. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 26.

Reichel, H. (1989). “The intelligence-criminality relationship” in Crime and Delinquency in a Metropolitan Cohort. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 26.

Timms, D. W. G. (1989).“Overcrowding in childhood and mental health in early adulthood. A review with evidence from Stockholm” in Effects of Housing Conditions. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 27.

Torstensson, M. (1989). Prediktionsvärdet hos sociologiska skoldata. I Brottsförebyggande arbete i skolan – några forskningsrön. Stockholm: Gotab, BRÅ-rapport, 2.

Wikström, P-O. H. (1989). Age and crime in a Stockholm cohort. In Crime and Delinquency in a Metropolitan Cohort. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 26.

Wikström, P-O. H. (1989). “Housing and offending. The relationship at the individual level in childhood and youth. In effects of housing conditions” in Effects of Housing Conditions. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 27.

1988

Andersson, L. (1988). “Peer influence reconsidered” in Research Notes. in Effects of Housing Conditions. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 25.

Bergryd, U., Boalt, G., & Janson, C-G. (1988). “Selection to higher education” in Research Notes. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 25.

Martens, P. L. (1988). “A note on the desired image of the child” in Research Notes. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 25.

Pestoff, V. (1988). “The validity of respondents´ reports of their spouses social background characteristics” in Research Notes. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 25.

Stütz, G. (1988). “Peer status” in Research Notes. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 25.

Walldén, M. (1988). “Birth weight and birth order” in Research Notes. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 25.

Walldén, M. (1988). “Correlates to complications at pregnancy, delivery, and childbed” in Research Notes. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 25.

1987

Qwerin, G. (1987). Metropolit i massmedia: en studie av hur Metropolitprojektet bevakades och beskrevs av TV och Stockholmstidningarna. Stockholm: Allmänna förlaget, Brå forskning 4: 87.

Torstensson, M. (1987). Drug-abusers in a metropolitan cohort. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 24.

Wikström, P-O. H. (1987). Patterns of crime in a birth cohort. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 23.

1986

Janson, C-G. (1986). “Projekt Metropolit: Forskningsetik”, Liberal debatt 3/4: 47-50.

1985

Stütz, G. (1985). Kamratstatus. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 22.

1984

Janson, C-G. (1984). Project Metropolitan. A presentation and progress report. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 21.

Janson, C-G. (1984). ”Datalagen hindrar forskning”, Forskning och Framsteg 8: 45-47.

1983

Janson, C-G. (1983). “Delinquency among metropolitan boys. A progress report” in K. Teilmann Van Dusen & S. A. Mednick (eds.) Prospective Studies in Crime and Delinquency. Boston: Kluwer-Nijhoff-off.

Torstensson, M. (1983). En undersökning av brottsligheten i en årgång stockholmspojkar. Brottsutvecklingen. BRÅ-rapport, 5.

1982

Dahlbäck, O. (1982). Choices of contact, attraction and social relations. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 19.

Janson, C-G. (1982). Delinquency among metropolitan boys. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 17.

Martens, P. L. (1982). Achievement-related behaviour of early adolescents. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 18.

Walldén, M. (1982). Sibling position and mental capacity. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 20.

1981

Martens, P. L. (1981). Socioeconomic status, family structure and socialization of early adolescent children. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 16.

Svalastoga, K. (1981). “Sequential research with special references to the Scandinavian Project Metropolitan” in F. Schulsinger, S. A. Mednick, & J. Knop (eds.) Longitudinal Research: Methods and Uses in Behavioral Science. Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishing.

1980

Dahlbäck, O. (1980). Intelligence development of young individuals. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 14.

Janson, C-G. (1980). Register data I. A code book. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 12.

Janson, C-G. (1980). Register data II. A code book. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 15.

Wolf-Seibel, H. R. (1980). Sex differences in determinants of educational and occupational goal orientation. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 13.

1979

Dahlbäck, O. (1979). Beslutsteoretiska aspekter på utbildningsprocessen. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 10.

Frändén, O. (1979). Further notes on young leftists. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 11.

1978

Janson, C-G. (1978). The longitudinal approach. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 9.

1977

Frändén, O. (1977). Who were the young leftists? Project Metropolitan Research Report No 8. Stockholm.

Janson, C-G. (1977). The handling of juvenile delinquency cases. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 7.

1976

Martens, P. L. (1976). Patterns of child rearing ideology. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 5.

Svalastoga, K. (1976). Analytic strategy in sequential research. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 6.

1975

Janson, C-G. (1975). Project Metropolitan. A presentation. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 1.

Janson, C-G. (1975). The school study. A code book. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 3.

Janson, C-G. (1975). The family study. A code book. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 4.

Martens, P. L. (1975). Project Metropolitan. A description of its data archive. Stockholm University: Department of Sociology, Project Metropolitan Research Report No 2.

1974

Janson, C-G. (1974). “The current state of Swedish sociology. A review essay”, Social Forces 53 (1): 124-126.

1971

Janson, C-G. (1971). “A preliminary report on Swedish urban spatial structure”, Economic Geography 47: 249-257.

1965

Janson, C-G. (1965). “Project Metropolitan”, Acta Sociologica 9: 110-115.