Sorra J., Zebrak K., Carpenter D., Famolaro T., Rauch J., Li J., Davis T., Nguyen H.Q., McIntosh M., Mitchell S., Hirschman K.B., Levine C., Clouser J.M., Brock J., and Williams M.V. (2021).

Development and psychometric properties of surveys to assess patient and family caregiver experience with care transitions.

Treviño M., Zhu X., Lu Y.Y., Scheuer L.S., Passell E., Huang G.C., Germine L.T., and Horowitz. T.S. (2021).

How do we measure attention? Using factor analysis to establish construct validity of neuropsychological tests.

Halenar M.J., Sargent J.D., Edwards K.C., Woloshin S., Schwartz L., Emond J., Tanski S., Pierce J.P., Taylor K.A., Lauten K., Goniewicz M.L., Niaura R., Anic G., Chen Y., Callahan-Lyon P., Gardner L.D., Thekkudan T., Borek N., Kimmel H.L., Cummings K.M., Hyland A., and Brunette M.F. (2021).

Validation of an index for functionally important respiratory symptoms among adults in the nationally representative Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health Study, 2014–2016.

Sorra J., Zebrak K., Yount N., Famolaro T., Gray L., Franklin M., Smith S.A., and Streagle S. (2021).

Development and pilot testing of survey items to assess the culture of value and efficiency in hospitals and medical offices.

Tucker J.D., Iwelunmor J., Abrams E., Donenberg G., Wilson E.C., Blachman-Demner D., Laimon L., Taiwo B.O., Kuhns K.M., John-Stewart G.C., Kohler P., Subramanian S., Ayieko J., Gbaja-Biamila T., Oladele D., Obiezu-Umeh C., Chima K.P., Jalil E.M., Falcao J., Ezechi O.C., and Kapogiannis B.G. (2021).

Accelerating adolescent HIV research in LMICs: The NICHD HIV prevention and treatment through a comprehensive care continuum (PATC3H) consortium.

Taylor J.A., Salkever D.S., Frey W.D., Riley J., and Marrow J. (2021).

Enrollment in the Supported Employment Demonstration: An employment intervention for denied disability benefits applicants with a mental impairment.

Borger C., Weinfield N.S., Paolicelli C., Sun B., and May L. (2021).

Prenatal and postnatal experiences predict breastfeeding patterns in the WIC Infant and Toddler Feeding Practices Study-2.

Paolicelli C., Borger C., DeMatteis J., Gollapudi B., Machado J., Reat A., Ritchie L., Sun B., Whaley S., and Zimmerman T.P. (2021).

The WIC Infant and Toddler Feeding Practices Study-2 (WIC ITFPS-2) through age 5: What we've learned, what questions remain, and how you can use this longitudinal dataset.

Kurunthachalam K., Stathis A., Mazzella M.J., Andra S.S, Barr D.B., Hecht S.S., Merrill L.S., Galusha A.L., and Parsons P.J. (2021).

Quality assurance and harmonization for targeted biomonitoring measurements of environmental organic chemicals across the Children's Health Exposure Analysis Resource laboratory network.

Price S.M., O'Donoghue A.C., Rizzo L., Sapru S., and Aikin K.J. (2021).

Opioid education and prescribing practices.

Mahoney M.C., Rivard C., Hammad H.T., Blanco C., Sargent J., Kimmel H.L., Wang B., Halenar M.J., Kang J.C., Borek N., Cummings K.M., Lauten K., Goniewicz M.L., Hatsukami D., Sharma E., Taylor K., and Hyland A. (2021).

Cardiovascular risk factor and disease measures from the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study.

Hark L.A., Kresch Y.S., De Moraes C.G., Horowitz J.D., Park L., Auran J.D., Gorroochurn P., Stempel S., Maruri S.C., Stidham E.M., Banks A.Z., Saaddine J.B., Lambert B.C., Pizzi L.T., Sapru S., Price S., Williams O.A., Cioffi G.A., and Liebmann J.M. (2021).

Manhattan Vision Screening and Follow-up Study in Vulnerable Populations (NYC-SIGHT): Design and methodology.

Hark L.A., Tan C.S., Kresch Y.S., De Moraes C.G., Horowitz J.D., Park L., Auran J.D., Gorroochurn P., Stempel S., Maruri S.C., Besagar S., Saaddine J.B., Lambert B.C., Pizzi L.T., Sapru S., Price S., Williams O.A., Cioffi G.A., and Liebmann J.M. (2021).

Manhattan Vision Screening and Follow-up Study in Vulnerable Populations: 1-Month feasibility results.

Marker D.A., Brock S., Steiger D., DeMatteis J., and Popick H. (2021).

Jewish community studies in the twenty-first century.

Gearing M., Lewis M., Wilson C., Bozzolo C., and Hansen D. (2021).

Barriers that constrain the adequacy of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) allotments: In-depth interview findings.

Price S.M., O'Donoghue A.C., Rizzo L., Sapru S., and Aikin K.J. (2021).

What influences healthcare providers' prescribing decisions? Results from a national survey.

Soule E., Bansal-Travers M., Grana R., McIntosh S., Price S., Unger J.B., and Walton K. (2021).

Electronic cigarette use intensity measurement challenges and regulatory implications.

Stone M., Di Germanio C., Wright D.J., Sulaeman H., Dave H., Fink R.V., Notari E.P., Green V., Strauss D., Kessler D., Destree M., Saa P., Williamson P.C., Simmons G., Stramer S.L., Opsomer J., Jones J.M., Kleinman S., and Busch M.P. (2021).

Use of U.S. blood donors for national serosurveillance of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 antibodies: Basis for an expanded national donor serosurveillance program.

Owens V. and Saw H.W. (2021).

Black Americans demonstrate comparatively low levels of depression and anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Liu S.T., Newsome J., Castleman V., Poonai K., Creamer M.R., Kimmel H.L., and Zandberg I. (2021).

Qualitative insights on how adult e-cigarette users describe quantity of e-cigarettes used — PATH Study 2018.

Aikin K.J., Sullivan H.W., Berktold J., Stein K.L., and Hoverman V.J. (2021).

Consumers' experience with and attitudes toward direct-to-consumer prescription drug promotion: A nationally representative survey.

Johnson M.C., Liu H., Sorra J., Brock J., Gass B., Li J., Clouser J.M., Hirschman K., Carpenter D., Nguyen H.Q., and Williams M.V. (2021).

Development and psychometric properties of surveys to assess provider perspectives on the barriers and facilitators of effective care transitions.

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.

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.

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

Characteristics of enrollees in the Supported Employment Demonstration.

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.

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.

Yan T. (2021).

Consequences of asking sensitive questions in surveys.

Johnson M.C., Fishbein H.A., Birch R.J., Yu Q., Mardon R., Pace W., Ritchie N., Carroll J.K., and Meeker D. (2021).

HbA1c evidence for a prediabetes diagnosis delays onset of type 2 diabetes.

Patel R.M., Hendrickson J.E., Nellis M.E., Birch R., Goel R., Karam O., Karafin M.S., Hanson S.J., Sachais B.S., Hauser R.G., Luban N.L.C., Gottschall J., Josephson C.D., and Sola-Visner M. (2021).

Variation in neonatal transfusion practice.

Hoehne J. K., Lenzner T., Neuert C., and Yan T. (2021).

Re-examining the middle means typical and the left and top means first heuristics using eye-tracking methodology.

Jaurretche M., Levy M., Castel A.D., Powers Happ L., Monroe A.K., and Wyche K.F. (2021).

Factors influencing successful recruitment of racial and ethnic minority patients for an observational HIV cohort study in Washington, DC.

Ng D., Gallaway M.S., Huang G.C., Famolaro T., Boehm J., Stachon K., and Rohan E.A. (2021).

Partnering with healthcare facilities to understand psychosocial distress screening practices among cancer survivors: Pilot study implications for study design, recruitment, and data collection.

Viet S.M., Heikkinen M.S.A., and Dellarco M. (2021).

Considerations for stability of environmental samples in storage for long-term studies.

Barr D.B., Kannan K., Cui Y., Merrill L., Petrick L.M., Meeker J.D., Fennell T.R., and Faustman E.M. (2021).

The use of dried blood spots for characterizing children's exposure to organic environmental chemicals.

Shams-White M.M., D'Angelo H., Perez L.G., Dwyer L.A., Stinchcomb D.G., and Oh A.Y. (2021).

A national examination of neighborhood socio-economic disparities in built environment correlates of youth physical activity.

Piesse A., Opsomer J., Dohrmann S., DiGaetano R., Morganstein D., Taylor K., Carusi C., and Hyland A. (2021).

Longitudinal uses of the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health Study.

Levi S., Lee H., Ren W., Polson A., and McCloskey S. (2020).

Awareness and availability of child passenger safety information resources.

Levi S., Lee H., Ren W., McCloskey S., and Polson A. (2020).

Reducing child restraint misuse: National survey of awareness and use of inspection stations.

Harrison S.P., Schoen R., Atcitty D., Fiegener R., Goodhue R., Havens K., House C.C., Johnson R.C., Leger E., Lesser V., Opsomer J.D., Shaw N., Soltis D.E., Swinton S.M., Toth E., and Young S.A. (2020).

Preparing for the need for a supply of native seed.

Kalton G., Flores Cervantes I., Arieira C., Kwanisai M., Radin E., Saito S., De A., McCracken S., and Stupp P. (2020).

Dealing with inaccurate measures of size in two-stage probability proportional to size sample designs: Applications in African household surveys.

Van de Kerchkove W., Krenzke T., and Mohadjer L. (2020).

Addressing outcome-related nonresponse through a doorstep interview.

Metcalfe J. and Drake R.E. (2020).

National levels of human development and number of mental hospital beds.

Gray L. and Lewis L. (2020).

Teachers’ use of technology for school and homework assignments: 2018–19.

Troppe P., Isenberg E., Milanowski A., Garrison-Mogren R., Rizzo L., Gill B.P., Ross C., Dillon E., and Li A. (2020).

The transition to ESSA: State and district approaches to implementing Title I and Title II-A in 2017–18.

Stanton C.A., Sharma E., Edwards K.C., Halenar M.J., Taylor K.A., Kasza K.A., Day H., Anic G., Gardner L.D., Hammad H.T., Bansal-Travers M., Limpert J., Borek N., Kimmel H.L., Compton W.M., and Hyland A. (2020).

Longitudinal transitions of exclusive and polytobacco electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) use among youth, young adults and adults in the USA: Findings from the PATH Study Waves 1-3 (2013-2016).

Hyland A., Kasza K.A., Borek N., Kimmel H.L., Taylor K.A., Compton W.M., Day H., Donaldson E.A., Sharma E., Anic G., Edwards K.C., Halenar M.J., Hull L.C., Kissin W.B., Limpert J., Seaman E.L., Bansal-Travers M., Gardner L.D., Hammad H.T., and Stanton C.A. (2020).

Overview of tobacco use transitions for population health.

Pearson J.L., Sharma E., Rui N., Halenar M.J., Johnson A.L., Cummings K.M., Hammad H.T., Kaufaman A.R., Tworek C., Coniewicz M.L., Kimmel H.L., Tanski S., Compton W.M., Day H., Ambrose B.K., Bansal-Travers M., Silveira M.L., Abrams D., Limpert J., Traver M.J., Borek N., Hyland A.J., and Stanton C.A. (2020).

Association of electronic nicotine delivery system use with cigarette smoking progression or reduction among young adults.

Travers M.J., Rivard C., Sharma E., Retzky S., Yucesoy B., Goniewicz M.L., Stanton C.A., Chen J., Callahan-Lyon P., Kimmel H.L., Xia B., Wang Y., Sosnoff C.S., De Jesús V.R., Blount B.C., Hecht S.S., and Hyland A. (2020).

Biomarkers of exposure among USA adult hookah users: Results from Wave 1 of the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) study (2013-2014).

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