Stéphane Legleye +33(0) 1 56 06 20 98 +33(0) 1 56 06 21 99
Secretariat : Alexandra-Marcelle Sakibede +33 (0)1 56 06 20 24

Research field(s)

Methodology research in quantitative surveys: sampling, non-response, data collection protocol, mix-modes methodology

Social epidemiology: social and gender inequalities in mental health and substance use

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Disparities in health and mortality

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Some publications

Legleye S, Bohet A, Razafindratsima N, Bajos N, the Fecond research team, Moreau C (2014), A randomized trial of survey participation in a national random sample of general practitioners and gynecologists in France, Revue d’épidémiologie et de santé publique, 62, 249-255

Legleye S, Charrance G, Razafindratisma N, Aline Bohet, Nathalie Bajos, Caroline Moreau (2013), Improving survey participation: cost effectiveness of call-backs to refusals and increased call attempts in a national telephone survey in France, Public Opinion Quarterly, 77(3) 666-695

Mayet A, Legleye S, Chau N, Falissard B. (2011) Transitions between tobacco and cannabis use among adolescents: A multi-state modeling of progression from onset to daily use, Addictive Behavior, 36(11):1101-1105.

Legleye S, Janssen E, Beck F, Chau N, Khlat M (2011), Social gradient in initiation and transition to daily use of tobacco and cannabis during adolescence: a retrospective cohort study, Addiction, 106(8): 1520-1531

Legleye S, Beck F, Khlat M, Peretti-Watel P, Chau, N (2011), The influence of Socioeconomic Status on Cannabis use Among French Adolescents, Journal of adolescence Health, 50(4) : 395-402

Legleye S, Piontek D, Kraus L, Morand E, Falissard B, A validation of the Cannabis Abuse Screening Test (CAST) using a latent class analysis of the DSM-IV among adolescents, 2013, International Journal of Methods in Psychiatry Research, 22(1) 16-26

Pampel F, Legleye S, Goffette C, Piontek D, Kraus L, Khlat M (2015), Cohort changes in educational disparities in smoking: France, Germany and the United States, Social science and medicine, 127, 41-50

Teaching activities, other functions, titles

Head of the Survey and sampling department at INED

Membre of the research unit 14, Epidemiology, demography and social sciences (ERL INED-INSERM-PARIS Xl-UVSQ)

Membre of the research unit Paris-Sud Innovation Group In Adolescent Mental health INSERM U669

Co-responsable of the methodology of the panel ELIPSS (Longitudinal Internet Survey in Social Sciences) in partnership with the team of the CDSP (Centre for Socio-Political Data, UMS CNRS/ScPo)