Modin, B., Karvonen, S., Rahkonen, O. and Östberg, V. (2014). School performance, school segregation and stress-related symptoms: comparing Helsinki and Stockholm. Provisionally accepted for publication in School Effectiveness and School Improvement.
Modin, B., Låftman, S. B. and Östberg, V. (2014). Bullying in context: an analysis of psychosomatic complaints among adolescents in Stockholm. Journal of School Violence. doi: 10.1080/15388220.2014.928640
Modin, B., Erikson, R. and Vågerö, D. (2012). Intergenerational continuity in school performance: Do grandparents matter? European Sociological Review, 29(4), p. 858 – 870.
Låftman, B.S., Modin, B. and Östberg, V. (2012). Cyberbullying and subjective health. A large-scale study of students in Stockholm, Sweden. Children and Youth Services Review, 35(1), p. 112 – 119.
Modin, B., Östberg, V., Toivanen, S. and Sundell, K. (2011). Psychosocial working conditions, school sense of coherence and subjective health complaints. A multilevel analysis of ninth grade pupils in the Stockholm area. Journal of Adolescence, 34(1), p. 129 – 39.
Modin, B., Östberg, V. and Almquist, Y. (2010). Childhood peer status and adult susceptibility to anxiety and depression. A 30-Year Hospital Follow-up. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 39, p. 187 – 199.
Modin, B., Vågerö, D. and Koupil, I. (2009): The impact of early twentieth century illegitimacy across three generations. Longevity and inter-generational health correlates. Social Science & Medicine, 68, p. 1633 – 1640.
Modin, B. and Fritzell, J. (2009). The long arm of the family: Are parental and grandparental earnings related to young men's body mass index and cognitive ability? International Journal of Epidemiology, 38(3), p. 733 – 744.
Modin, B. and Östberg, V. (2009). School climate and psychosomatic health. A multilevel analysis of nearly 20,000 ninth grade students in the larger Stockholm area. School Effectiveness and School Improvement, 20, 4, 433 – 455.
Modin, B., Vågerö, D., Hallqvist, J. and Koupil, I. (2008). The contribution of parental and grandparental childhood social disadvantage to circulatory disease diagnosis in young Swedish men. Social Science & Medicine, 66, p. 822 – 834.