School-performance indicators and subjective health complaints: are there gender differences?

Abstract

Although boys and girls are generally located in the same physical school environment, it may be experienced differently by, and have varying implications for, boys and girls. Girls like school more and achieve higher school marks, but they also perceive more school-related pressure. Based on a total sample of 8456 ninth grade pupils in Stockholm in 2004… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9566.2011.01395.x

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@article{Lftman2012SchoolperformanceIA, title={School-performance indicators and subjective health complaints: are there gender differences?}, author={Sara Brolin L{\aa}ftman and Bitte E Modin}, journal={Sociology of health & illness}, year={2012}, volume={34 4}, pages={608-25} }