Goisis, Alice, Melissa Martinson and Wendy Sigle (2019). “When richer does not mean thinner:Ethnicity, socio-economic position and the risk of child obesity in the U.K.” Demographic Research (in press)
Sigle, W. and Goisis, A. (2019) Mind the Gap: The Health Advantages that Accompany Parental Marriage Vary by Maternal Nativity. Population Studies (in press)
Einiö Elina, Alice Goisis and Mikko Myrskylä (2019) Is the relationship between men’s age at first birth and midlife health changing? Evidence from two British cohorts SSM – Population Health (in press) 8 (2019) 100458
Goisis Alice, Berkay Özcan, and Philippe Van Kerm (2019) “Do Children Carry the Weight of Divorce?” Demography 56(3): 785–811
Goisis, Alice and Remes, Hanna and Martikainen, Pekka and Klemetti, Reija and Myrskylä, Mikko (2019) Medically assisted reproduction and birth outcomes: a within-family analysis using Finnish Population Registers The Lancet (doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(18)31863-4)
Barbuscia, A, M. Myrskylä and Goisis A. The psychosocial health of children born after fertility treatments. Evidence from the UK Millennium Cohort Study SSM – Population Health 7 (2019) 100355
Goisis, Alice, Remes, H., Barclay, K. Martikainen, P., Myrskylä, M. (2018) Paternal age and the risk of low birth weight and preterm delivery: a Finnish register-based study Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 72:1104-1109
Goisis, Alice, Schneider, D. and Myrskylä, M. (2018) Secular changes in the association between advanced maternal age and the risk of low birth weight: a cross-cohort comparison in the UK Population Studies 72(3):381-397
Myrskylä, M and Barclay, K and Goisis, Alice (2017) Advantages of later motherhood Der Gynäkologe 50(10):767–772
Goisis, Alice, Remes, H., Barclay, K. Martikainen, P., Myrskylä, M. (2017) Advanced maternal age and the risk of Low Birth Weight and Preterm Delivery: a within-family analysis using Finnish population registers American Journal of Epidemiology 186(11):1219–1226
Mariani, E., Ozcan B., Goisis, A. (2017) Family trajectories and wellbeing of children born to lone mothers in the UK European Journal of Population 33(2):185–215
Goisis, Alice, Schneider, D. and Myrskylä, M. (2017) The reversing association between advanced maternal age and child cognitive development: Evidence from three UK birth cohorts International Journal of Epidemiology 46(3):850–859
Goisis, Alice, Ozcan, B. and M. Myrskylä. (2016) The negative association between low birth weight and cognitive ability is decreasing: evidence from three U.K. birth cohorts Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114(1):84-88
In March 2018, the paper has received an award to celebrate outstanding
contributions to science of the 1958 Birth Cohort
Kelly, Y., Goisis, A. et al. (2016) What influences 11-year-olds to drink? Findings from the Millennium Cohort Study BMC Public Health 16(169)
Goisis, A., Sacker, A. and Kelly, Y. (2015) Why are poorer children at higher risk of obesity? Evidence from a U.K. cohort study European Journal of Public Health 26(1):7-13
Goisis, Alice (2015) How are children of older mothers doing? Evidence from the UK Journal of Biodemograhy and Social Biology 61(3): 231-251
Goisis, Alice and Sigle-Rushton,W. (2014) Childbearing postponement and child wellbeing: a complex and varied relationship? Demography 51(5): 1821-1841.
Aassve, A., Arpino, B. and Goisis. Alice (2012). Grand-parenting and mothers’ labour force participation: A comparative analysis using the Gender and Generation Survey Demographic Research 27(3): 53-84.
Sigle-Rushton,W., Goisis, A. and Keizer, R. (2012). Fathers and Fatherhood in the European Union: data limitations, gaps in knowledge, and implications for evidence-based policy. In: Tamis-LeMonda, Catherine and Cabrera, Natasha, (eds.) Handbook of father involvement: multidisciplinary perspectives. Routledge Taylor and Francis Group.
A.Aassve, Goisis, Alice and Sironi, M. (2012). Happiness and Childbearing across EuropeSocial Indicators Research, 108(1): 65-86.
F.C. Billari; Alice Goisis; A.C. Liefbroer et al. (2010) Social age deadlines for the childbearing of women and men Human Reproduction 26(3): 616-622.