Highly cited articles
Longitudinal and Life Course Studies achieved an impact factor of 1.104 in the 2020 Journal Citation Reports. To celebrate the achievements of our authors we have created a free collection of highly cited articles. This collection features papers which have contributed to our 2020 Impact Factor and more recent papers we feel will promote the journal's future impact.
2020 Journal Citation Report's highest cited articles
The Russian panel study 'Trajectories in Education and Careers'
Young people and the Great Recession: Variations in the school-to-work transition in Europe and the United States
Ingrid Schoon and John Bynner
Reconstructing the mixed mechanisms of health: the role of bio- and sociomarkers
Virginia Ghiara and Federica Russo
Generations and Gender Survey study profile [Open Access]
Anne H. Gauthier, Susana Laia Farinha Cabaço and Tom Emery
MatCH (Mothers and their Children's Health) Profile: Offspring of the 1973-78 Cohort of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health [Open Access]
Gita D. Mishra et al.
Timing and duration of social assistance receipt during childhood on early adult outcomes [Open Access]
Tiina Ristikari, Marko Merikukka and Mia Hakovirta
Disability and the transition to early adulthood: A life course contingency perspective [Open Access]
Gina Allen Erickson and Ross MacMillan
Ones to watch
How have women's employment patterns during young adulthood changed in Chile? A cohort study
Ignacio Madero-Cabib, Rosario Undurraga and Cristian Valenzuela
Social inequalities in educational attainment: The changing impact of parents' social class, social status, education and family income, England 1986 and 2010
Nicola Pensiero and Ingrid Schoon