Fales A.S., Cypel Y.S., Dunn M.E., Truelove A.L., Ishii E.K., Schneiderman A.I., and Davey V.J. (2019).

Qualitative interviewing: Testing health surveys among Vietnam war veterans at the age of 70 years.

Sawdey M.D., Day H.R., Coleman B., Gardner L.D., Johnson S.E., Limpert J., Hammad H.T., Goniewicz M.L., Abrams D.B., Stanton C.A., Pearson J.L., Kaufman A.R., Kimmel H.L., Delnevo C.D., Compton W.M., Bansal-Travers M., Niaura R.S., Hyland A., and Ambrose B.K. (2019).

Associations of risk factors of e-cigarette and cigarette use and susceptibility to use among baseline PATH study youth participants (2013-2014).

Coleman B., Rostron B., Johnson S.E., Persoskie A., Pearson J., Stanton C., Choi K., Anic G., Goniewicz M.L., Cummings K.M., Kasza K.A., Silveira M.L., Delnevo C., Niaura R., Abrams D.B., Kimmel H.L., Borek N., Compton W.M., and Hyland A. (2019).

Transitions in electronic cigarette use among adults in the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study, Waves 1 and 2 (2013-2015).

Messier K.P., Wheeler D.C., Flory A.R., Jones R.R., Nolan B.T., and Ward M.H. (2019).

Modeling groundwater nitrate exposure in private wells of North Carolina for the Agricultural Health Study.

Stewart D.R., Best A.F., Williams G.M., Harney L.A., Carr A.G., Harris A.K., Kratz C.P., Dehner L.P., Messinger Y.H., Rosenberg P.S., Hill D.A., and Schultz K.A.P. (2019).

Neoplasm risk among individuals with a pathogenic germline variant in DICER1.

Adler C., Friesen M.C., Yeboah E.D., Tettey Y., Biritwum R.B., Adjei A.A., Tay E., Okyne V., Mensah J.E., Truelove A., Yang B., Kelly S.P., Zhou C.K., McCullough L.E., Pardo L., Hoover R.N., Hsing A.W., Cook M.B., and Koutros S. (2019).

Usual adult occupation and risk of prostate cancer in West African men: The Ghana Prostate Study.

Stanton C.A., Bansal-Travers M., Johnson A.L., Sharma E., Katz L., Ambrose B.K., Silveira M.L., Day H., Sargent J., Borek N., Compton W.M., Johnson S., Kimmel H., Kaufman A.R., Limpert J., Abrams D., Cummings K.M., Goniewicz M.L., Tanski S., Travers M.J., Hyland A.J., and Pearson J.L. (2019).

Longitudinal e-cigarette and cigarette use among US youth in the PATH Study (2013-2015).

Wang Y., Wong L.Y., Meng L., Pittman E.N., Trinidad D.A., Hubbard K.L., Etheredge A., Del Valle-Pinero A.Y., Zamoiski R., van Bemmel D.M., Borek N., Patel V., Kimmel H.L., Conway K.P., Lawrence C., Edwards K.C., Hyland A., Goniewicz M.L., Hatsukami D., Hecht S.S., and Calafat A.M. (2019).

Urinary concentrations of monohydroxylated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in adults from the U.S. Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study Wave 1 (2013-2014).

Li J., Krenzke T., Mohadjer L., Van de Kerckhove W., Li L., Ren W., and Adbaru H.H. (2018).

Choice of small area models based on sample designs and availability of auxiliary data in PIAAC study.

Corey C.G., Holder-Hayes E., Nguyen A.B., Delnevo C.D., Rostron B.L., Bansal-Travers M., Kimmel H.L., Koblitz A., Lambert E., Pearson J.L., Sharma E., Tworek C., Hyland A.J., Conway K.P., Ambrose B.K., and Borek N. (2018).

US adult cigar smoking patterns, purchasing behaviors, and reasons for use according to cigar type: Findings from the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study, 2013-2014.

Kurti A.N., Redner R., Bunn J.Y., Tang K., Nighbor T., Lopez A.A., Keith D.R., Villanti A.C., Stanton C.A., Gaalema D.E., Doogan N.J., Cepeda-Benito A., Roberts M.E., Phillips J., Parker M.A., Quisenberry A.J., and Higgins S.T. (2018).

Examining the relationship between pregnancy and quitting use of tobacco products in a U.S. national sample of women of reproductive age.

Lopez A.A., Redner R., Kurti A.N., Keith D.R., Villanti A.C., Stanton C.A., Gaalema D.E., Bunn J.Y., Doogan N.J., Cepeda-Benito A., Roberts M.E., and Higgins S.T. (2018).

Tobacco and nicotine delivery product use in a U.S. national sample of women of reproductive age.

Nighbor T.D., Doogan N.J., Roberts M.E., Cepeda-Benito A., Kurti A.N., Priest J.S., Johnson H.K., Lopez A.A., Stanton C.A., Gaalema D.E., Redner R., Parker M.A., Keith D.R., Quisenberry A.J., and Higgins S.T. (2018).

Smoking prevalence and trends among a U.S. national sample of women of reproductive age in rural versus urban settings.

Kurti A.N., Bunn J.Y., Villanti A.C., Stanton C.A., Redner R., Lopez A.A., Gaalema D.E., Doogan N.J., Cepeda-Benito A., Roberts M.E., Phillips J.K., Quisenberry A.J., Keith D.R., and Higgins S.T. (2018).

Patterns of single and multiple tobacco product use among US women of reproductive age.

Silveira M.L., Conway K.P., Green V.R., Kasza K.A., Sargent J.D., Borek N., Stanton C.A., Cohn A., Hilmi N., Cummings K.M., Niaura R.S., Lambert E.Y., Brunette M.F., Zandberg I., Tanski S.E., Reissig C.J., Callahan-Lyon P., Slavit W.I., Hyland A.J., and Compton W.M. (2018).

Longitudinal associations between youth tobacco and substance use in waves 1 and 2 of the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study.

Tanski S., Emond J., Stanton C., Kirchner T., Choi K., Yang L., Ryant C., Robinson J., and Hyland A. (2018).

Youth access to tobacco products in the United States: Findings from Wave 1 (2013-2014) of the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study.

Kasza K.A., Coleman B., Sharma E., Conway K.P., Cummings K.M., Goniewicz M.L., Niaura R.S., Lambert E.Y., Schneller L.M., Feirman S.P., Donaldson E.A., Cheng Y.C., Murphy I., Pearson J.L., Trinidad D.R., Bansal-Travers M., Elton-Marshall T., Gundersen D.A., Stanton C.A., Abrams D.B., Fong G.T., Borek N., Compton W.M., and Hyland A.J. (2018).

Correlates of transitions in tobacco product use by U.S. adult tobacco users between 2013-2014 and 2014-2015: Findings from the PATH Study Wave 1 and Wave 2.

Green V.R., Conway K.P., Silveira M.L., Kasza K.A., Cohn A., Cummings K.M., Stanton C.A., Callahan-Lyon P., Slavit W., Sargent J.D., Hilmi N., Niaura R.S., Reissig C.J., Lambert E., Zandberg I., Brunette M.F., Tanski S.E., Borek N., Hyland A.J., and Compton W.M. (2018).

Mental health problems and onset of tobacco use among 12- to 24-year-olds in the PATH Study.

Napolitano M.A., Lynch S.B., and Stanton C.A. (2018).

Young adult e-cigarette users: Perceptions of stress, body image, and weight control.

Kasza K.A., Borek N., Conway K.P., Goniewicz M.L., Stanton C.A., Sharma E., Fong G.T., Abrams D.B., Coleman B., Schneller L.M., Lambert E.Y., Pearson J.L., Bansal-Travers M., Murphy I., Cheng Y.C., Donaldson E.A., Feirman S.P., Gravely S., Elton-Marshall T., Trinidad D.R., Gundersen D.A., Niaura R.S., Cummings K.M., Compton W.M., and Hyland A.J. (2018).

Transitions in tobacco product use by U.S. adults between 2013-2014 and 2014-2015: Findings from the PATH Study Wave 1 and Wave 2.

Goniewicz M.L., Smith D.M., Edwards K.C., Blount B.C., Caldwell K.L., Feng J., Wang L., Christensen C., Ambrose B., Borek N., van Bemmel D., Konkel K., Erives G., Stanton C.A., Lambert E., Kimmel H.L., Hatsukami D., Hecht S.S., Niaura R.S., Travers M., Lawrence C., and Hyland A.J. (2018).

Comparison of nicotine and toxicant exposure in users of electronic cigarettes and combustible cigarettes.

Jones M., Brick J.M., and Piesse A. (2018).

The effects of address coverage enhancement on estimates from a study using an ABS frame.

Jiao R. and Piesse A. (2018).

An approach to predict final yield among interim cases.

Menke A., Rust K.F., and Cowie C.C. (2018).

Diabetes based on 2-h plasma glucose among those classified as having prediabetes based on fasting plasma glucose or A1c.

Brick J.M. and Lohr S. (2018).

Experimental evaluation of mail questionnaires in a probability sample on victimization.

Alperen J., Davidson J., Siminski S., and Seage G.R. III (2018).

Utility of the National Death Index in identifying deaths in a clinic-based, multisite cohort: The experience of the Pediatric HIV/AIDS Cohort Study.

McMaster M.L., Berndt S.I., Zhang J., Slager S.L., Li S.A., Vajdic C.M., Smedby K.E., Yan H., Birmann B.M., Brown E.E., Smith A., Kleinstern G., Fansler M.M., Mayr C., Zhu B., Chung C.C., Park J.H., Burdette L., Hicks B.D., Hutchinson A., Teras L.R., Adami H.O., Bracci P.M., McKay J., Monnereau A., Link B.K., Vermeulen R.C., Ansell S.M., Maria A., Diver W.R., Melbye M., Ojesina A.I., Kraft P., Boffetta P., Clavel J., Giovannucci E., Besson C.M., Canzian F., Travis R.C., Vineis P., Weiderpass E., Montalvan R., Wang Z., Yeager M., Becker N., Benavente Y., Brennan P., Foretova L., Maynadie M., Nieters A., de Sanjose S., Staines A., Conde L., Riby J., Glimelius B., Hjalgrim H., Pradhan N., Feldman A.L., Novak A.J., Lawrence C., Bassig B.A., Lan Q., Zheng T., North K.E., Tinker L.F., Cozen W., Severson R.K., Hofmann J.N., Zhang Y., Jackson R.D., Morton L.M., Purdue M.P., Chatterjee N., Offit K., Cerhan J.R., Chanock S.J., Rothman N., Vijai J., Goldin L.R., Skibola C.F., and Caporaso N.E. (2018).

Two high-risk susceptibility loci at 6p25.3 and 14q32.13 for Waldenström macroglobulinemia.

Williams D. and Brick J.M. (2018).

Trends in U.S. face-to-face household survey nonresponse and level of effort.

Suzer-Gurtekin T., Valliant R., Heeringa S.G., and de Leeuw E.D. (2018).

Mixed-mode surveys: Design, estimation and adjustment methods.

Lunsford N.B., Berktold J., Holman D.M., Stein K., Prempeh A., and Yerkes A. (2018).

Skin cancer knowledge, awareness, beliefs and preventive behaviors among Black and Hispanic men and women.

Khan N.E., Ling A., Raske M.E., Harney L.A., Carr A.G., Field A., Harris A.K., Williams G.M., Dehner L.P., Messinger Y.H., Hill D.A., Schultz K.A.P., and Stewart D.R. (2018).

Structural renal abnormalities in the DICER1 syndrome: A family-based cohort study.

Schultz K.A.P., Williams G.M., Kamihara J., Stewart D.R., Harris A.K., Bauer A.J., Turner J., Shah R., Schneider K., Schneider K.W., Carr A.G., Harney L.A., Baldinger S., Frazier A.L., Orbach D., Schneider D.T., Malkin D., Dehner L.P., Messinger Y.H., and Hill D.A. (2018).

DICER1 and associated conditions: Identification of at-risk individuals and recommended surveillance strategies.

Campione J.R., Mardon R.E., and McDonald K.M. (2018).

Patient safety culture, health information technology implementation, and medical office problems that could lead to diagnostic error.

Weinberg A., Mussi-Pinhata M.M., Yu Q., Cohen R.A., Almeida V.C., Amaral F.R., Freimanis L., Harris D.R., Smith C., and Siberry G. (2018).

Factors associated with lower respiratory tract infections in HIV-exposed uninfected infants.

Brick J.M. (2018).

Sampling to minimize nonresponse bias.

Brick J.M. (2018).

Optimizing response rates.

Gaalema D.E., Pericot-Valverde I., Bunn J.Y., Villanti A.C., Cepeda-Benito A., Doogan N.J., Keith D.R., Kurti A.N., Lopez A.A., Nighbor T., Parker M.A., Quisenberry A.J., Redner R., Roberts M.E., Stanton C.A., Ades P.A., and Higgins S.T. (2018).

Tobacco use in cardiac patients: Perceptions, use, and changes after a recent myocardial infarction among US adults in the PATH Study (2013-2015).

Maitland A., Tourangeau R., and Sun H. (2018).

Separating science knowledge from religious belief: Two approaches for reducing the effect of identity on survey responses.

Story A.E., Carpenter-Song E.A., Acquilano S.C., Becker D.R., and Drake R.E. (2018).

Mental health leaves of absence in college and therapy: A qualitative study of student experiences.

Pierce J.P., Sargent J.D., Portnoy D.B., White M., Noble M., Kealey S., Borek N., Carusi C., Choi K., Green V.R., Kaufman A.R., Leas E., Lewis M.J., Margolis K.A., Messer K., Shi Y., Silveira M.L., Snyder K., Stanton C.A., Tanski S.E., Bansal-Travers M., Trinidad D., and Hyland A. (2018).

Association between receptivity to tobacco advertising and progression to tobacco use in youth and young adults in the PATH Study.

Pearson J.L., Johnson A.L., Johnson S.E., Stanton C.A., Villanti A.C., Niaura R., Glasser A.M., Wang B., Abrams D.B., Cummings K.M., and Hyland A. (2018).

Adult interest in using a hypothetical modified risk tobacco product: Findings from Wave 1 of the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health Study (2013-14).

Heaton L.L. (2018).

Race and ethnic differences in mental health need and services received in justice-involved youth.

Heaton L.L. (2018).

Racial/ethnic differences of justice-involved youth in substance-related problems and services received.

Mollica M.A., Kent E.E., Castro K.M., Ellis E.M., Ferrer R.A., Falisi A.L., Gaysynsky A., Huang G., Palan M.A., and Chou W.S. (2018).

Perspectives on palliative care in cancer clinical trials: Diverse meanings from multidisciplinary cancer care providers.

Succi R.C., Krauss M.R., Harris D.R., Machado D.M., de Moraes-Pinto M.I., Mussi-Pinhata M.M., Pavia Ruz N., Pierre R.B., Kolevic Roca L.A., Joao E., Foradori I., Scotta M.C., Hazra R., and Siberry G.K. (2018).

Immunity after childhood vaccinations in perinatally HIV-exposed children with and without HIV infection in Latin America.

Yan T., Keusch F., and He L. (2018).

The impact of question and scale characteristics on scale direction effects.

Jones C.D., Newsome J., Levin K., Wilmot A., McNulty J.A., and Kline T. (2018).

Friends or strangers? A feasibility study of an innovative focus group methodology.

Raithel M.A. (2018).

Validating user-submitted data files with Base SAS.

Ma H., Ogawa T.K., Sminkey T.R., Breidt F.J., Lesser V.M., Opsomer J.D., Foster J.R., and Van Voorhees D.A. (2018).

Pilot surveys to improve monitoring of marine recreational fisheries in Hawaii.

Tourangeau R., Sun H., Yan T., Maitland A., Rivero G., and Williams D. (2018).

Web surveys by smartphones and tablets: Effects on data quality.

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