Publications

Publications

Westat researchers publish on a wide array of topics that further our understanding of the field and focus on improving lives through research. Selected publications that communicate our findings, including books, peer-reviewed articles and technical reports, conference proceedings, and more are presented here.

2021

Raithel M.A. (2021).

The SAS data set characterization utility.

Erciulescu A.L., Opsomer J.D., and Breidt F.J. (2021).

A bridging model to reconcile statistics based on data from multiple surveys.

Viet S.M., Falman J.C., Merrill L.S., Faustman E.M., Savitz D.A., Mervish N., Barr D.B., Peterson L.A., Wright R., Balshaw D., and O'Brien B. (2021).

Human Health Exposure Analysis Resource (HHEAR): A model for incorporating the exposome into health studies.

Viet S.M., Dellarco M., Chen E., McDade T., Faustman E., Brachvogel S., Smith M., and Wright R. (2021).

Recommendations for assessment of environmental exposures in longitudinal life course studies such as the National Children's Study.

Borger C., Marrow J., Drake R.E., and Taylor J. (2021).

Characteristics of enrollees in the Supported Employment Demonstration.

Oh A.Y., Caporaso A., Davis T., Dwyer L.A., Nebeling L.C., Liu B., and Hennessy E. (2021).

Effect of incentive amount on U.S. adolescents' participation in an accelerometer data collection component of a national survey.

Riley J., Drake R.E., Frey W., Goldman H.H., Becker D.R., Salkever D., Marrow J., Borger C., Taylor J., Bond G.R., and Karakus M. (2021).

Helping people denied disability benefits for a mental health impairment: The Supported Employment Demonstration.

Chin H.B., Kelly A., Adgent M.A., Patchel S.A., James K., Vesper H.W., Botelho J.C., Chandler D.W., Zemel B.S., Schall J.I., Ford E.G., Darge K., Stallings V.A., Baird D.D., Rogan W.J., and Umbach D.M. (2021).

Reproductive hormone concentrations and associated anatomical responses: Does soy formula affect minipuberty in boys?.

Landi M.T., Synnott N.C., Rosenbaum J., Zhang T., Zhu B., Shi J., Zhao W., Kebede M., Sang J., Choi J., Mendoza L., Pacheco M., Hicks B., Caporaso N.E., Abubakar M., Gordenin D.A., Wedge D.C., Alexandrov L.B., Rothman N., Lan Q., Garcia-Closas M., and Chanock S.J. (2021).

Tracing lung cancer risk factors through mutational signatures in never-smokers: The Sherlock-Lung Study.

Edwards H.A., Huang J., Jansky L., and Mullins C.D. (2021).

What works when: Mapping patient and stakeholder engagement methods along the ten-step continuum framework.

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