Publications

Gottfredson D.C., Crosse S., Tang Z., Bauer E.L., Harmon M.A., Hagen C.A., and Greene A.D. (2020).

Effects of school resource officers on school crime and responses to school crime.

Finster M.P. and Feldman J. (2020).

Cost-effectiveness of 2 support models for a healthy school initiative.

Chaney B. and Lake R. (2020).

What constitutes success in postsecondary education?.

Weinfield N., Borger C., and Gola A.A. (2020).

Breastfeeding duration in a low-income sample is associated with child diet quality at age three.

Krenzke T., Mohadjer L., Li J., Erciulescu A.L., Fay R., Ren W., Van de Kerckhove W., Li L., and Rao J.N.K. (2020).

Program for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies. State and county estimation methodology report.

Zebrak K.A. and Campione J.R. (2020).

The effect of National Family Caregiver Support Program services on caregiver burden.

Jones N., Gius B., Daley T., George P., Rosenblatt A., and Shern D. (2020).

Coordinated Specialty Care discharge, transition, and step-down policies, practices, and concerns: Staff and client perspectives.

Weinfield N., Borger C., Au L.E., Whaley S.E., Berman D., and Ritchie L.D. (2020).

Longer participation in WIC is associated with better diet quality in 24-month-old children.

Edwards K.C. RB, Kasza K.A., Tang Z., Stanton C.A., Sharma E., Halenar M.J., Taylor K.A., Donaldson E.A., Hull L.C., Bansal-Travers M., Limpert J., Zandberg I., Gardner L.D., Borek N., Kimmel H.L., Compton W.M., and Hyland A. (2020).

Correlates of tobacco product reuptake and relapse among youth and adults in the USA: Findings from the PATH Study Waves 1-3 (2013-2016).

Kapogiannis B.G., Koenig L.J., Xu J., Mayer K.H., Loeb J., Greenberg L., Monte D., Banks-Shields M., and Fortenberry J.D. (2020).

The HIV continuum of care for adolescents and young adults attending 13 urban US HIV care centers of the NICHD-ATN-CDC-HRSA SMILE Collaborative.

Bookwalter D.B., Roenfeldt K.A., LeardMann C.A., Kong S.Y., Riddle M.S., and Rull R.P. (2020).

Posttraumatic stress disorder and risk of selected autoimmune diseases among US military personnel.

Mueller A.S., Cicchino J.B., Singer J., and Jenness J.W. (2020).

Effects of training and display content on Level 2 driving automation interface usability.

Seaman E.L., Stanton C.A., Edwards K.C., and Halenar M.J. (2020).

Use of tobacco products/devices for marijuana consumption and association with substance use problems among US young adults (2015-2016).

Rosenblatt A. and Goldman H.H. (2019).

Early intervention and policy.

Valluru G., Yudin J., Patterson C.L., Kubisiak J., Boling P., Taler G., De Jonge K.E., Touzell S., Danish A., Ornstein K., and Kinosian B. (2019).

Integrated home- and community-based services improve community survival among Independence at Home Medicare beneficiaries without increasing Medicaid costs.

Burke J.G., O'Malley T.L., Folb B., Hagen C.A., and Rabinovich B.A. (2019).

Conceptual factors that support safety behaviors among abuse and survivors: A literature review.

Anderson C., Nichols H., House M., and Sandler D.P. (2019).

Risk versus benefit of chemoprevention among raloxifene and tamoxifen users with a family history of breast cancer.

Stapleton M., Steiger D., and Davis M.C. (2019).

Quality-driven approaches for managing complex cognitive testing projects.

Tourangeau R., Maitland A., Steiger D., and Yan T. (2019).

A framework for making decisions about question evaluation methods.

Kidd D.G. and Singer J. (2019).

Consumer acceptance of enhanced seat belt reminders, a gearshift interlock, or different speed-limiting interlocks to encourage seat belt use following a brief hands-on experience.

Kidd D.G. and Singer J. (2019).

The effects of persistent audible seat belt reminders and a speed-limiting interlock on the seat belt use of drivers who do not always use a seat belt.

Webber A., Rui N., Garrison-Mogren R., Olsen R.B., and Gutmann B. (2019).

Evaluation of the DC Opportunity Scholarship Program: Impacts three years after students applied.

Weinfield N., Borger C., Zimmerman T., DeMatteis J., MacAllum C., Whaley S., Ritchie L., Au L., Sallack L., and May L. (2019).

WIC Infant and Toddler Feeding Practices Study-2: Third year report.

Campione J., Mardon R.E., and McDonald K.M. (2019).

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

Havens P.L., Tamhane A., Stephensen C.B., Schuster G.U., Gordon C.M., Liu N., Wilson C.M., Hosek S.G., Anderson P.L., Kapogiannis B.G., and Mulligan K. (2019).

Short communication: Association of vitamin D Insufficiency and protective tenofovir diphosphate concentrations with bone toxicity in adolescent boys and young men using tenofovir disoproxil fumarate/emtricitabine for HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis.

Bookwalter D.B., Porter B., Jacobson I.G., Kong S.Y., Littman A.J., Rull R.P., and Boyko E.J. (2019).

Healthy behaviors and incidence of overweight and obesity in military veterans.

Vericker T.C., Gearing M.E., and Kim S.D. (2019).

Updated nutrition standards for school meals associated with improved weight outcomes for boys in elementary school.

Lipman P.D., Dluzak L., and Stoney C.M. (2019).

Is this study feasible? Facilitating management of pragmatic trial planning milestones under a phased award funding mechanism.

Testa M., Woodruff K., Bess R., Milner J., and Woolverton M. (2019).

Every child deserves a permanent home: The Permanency Innovations Initiative.

Prince D.M., Vidal S., Okpych N., and Connell C.M. (2019).

Effects of individual risk and state housing factors on adverse outcomes in a national sample of youth transitioning out of foster care.

Wagner A.L., Keusch F., Yan T., and Clarke P.J. (2019).

The impact of weather on summer and winter exercise behaviors.

Vericker T., Dixit-Joshi S., Taylor J., Giesen L., Gearing M., Baier K., Lee H., Trundle K., Manglitz C., and May L. (2019).

The evaluation of Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentives (FINI): Interim report.

Orr L.L., Olsen R.B., Bell S.H., Schmid I., Shivji A., and Stuart E.A. (2019).

Using the results from rigorous multisite evaluations to inform local policy decisions.

Di Frances C.D., Childs E., Fetterman J.L., Villanti A.C., Stanton C.A., Russo A.R., Hirsch G.A., Solis A.C., and Benjamin E.J. (2019).

Implementing and evaluating a mentor training to improve support for early-career scholars in tobacco regulatory science.

Soule E.K., Plunk A.D., Harrell P.T., Hayes R.B., and Edwards K.C. (2019).

Longitudinal analysis of associations between reasons for electronic cigarette use and change in smoking status among adults in the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health Study.

Juliano L.M., Kardel P.G., Harrell P.T., Muench C., and Edwards K.C. (2019).

Investigating the role of expectancy in caffeine withdrawal using the balanced placebo design.

Wu D.T.Y., Chen A.T., Manning J.D., Levy-Fix G., Backonja U., Borland D., Caban J.J., Dowding D.W., Hochheiser H., Kagan V., Kandaswamy S., Kumar M., Nunez A., Pan E., and Gotz D. (2019).

Evaluating visual analytics for health informatics applications: A systematic review from the American Medical Informatics Association Visual Analytics Working Group Task Force on Evaluation.

Palmer S.B., Fleming K.K., Summers J.A., Erwin E.J., Maude S.P., Brotherson M.J., Stroup-Rentier V., Haines S.J., Zheng Y.Z., Peck N.F., and Wu H.-Y. (2019).

Foundations for self-determination in early childhood: Preliminary preschool study.

Boyle R.G., Stanton C.A., Sharma E., and Tang Z. (2019).

Examining quit attempts and successful quitting after recent cigarette tax increases.

Vidal S. and Connell C.M. (2019).

Treatment effects of parent-child focused evidence-based programs on problem severity and functioning among children and adolescents with disruptive behavior.

Sun H., Tourangeau R., and Presser S. (2018).

Panel effects: Do the reports of panel respondents get better or worse over time?.

Claus R.E., Vidal S., and Harmon M.A. (2018).

Racial and ethnic disparities in the police handling of juvenile arrests.

Miller E.E., Boyle L.N., Jenness J.W., and Lee J.D. (2018).

Voice control tasks on cognitive workload and driving performance: Implications of modality, difficulty, and duration.

Dynarski M., Rui N., Webber A., and Gutmann B. (2018).

Evaluation of the DC Opportunity Scholarship Program: Impacts two years after students applied.

Borger C., Weinfield N., Zimmerman T., MacAllum C., DeMatteis J., Whaley S., Ritchie L., Sallack L., Au L., Jenkins F., and May L. (2018).

WIC Infant and Toddler Feeding Practices Study-2: Second year report.

Yeganeh N., Kerin T., Ank B., Watts D.H., Camarca M., Joao E.C., Pilotto J.H., Veloso V.G., Bryson Y., Gray G., Theron G., Dickover R., Morgado M.G., Santos B., Kreitchmann R., Mofenson L., and Nielsen-Saines K. (2018).

Human immunodeficiency virus antiretroviral resistance and transmission in mother-infant pairs enrolled in a large perinatal study.

Adachi K., Xu J., Ank B., Watts D.H., Camarca M., Mofenson L.M., Pilotto J.H., Joao E., Gray G., Theron G., Santos B., Fonseca R., Kreitchmann R., Pinto J., Mussi-Pinhata M.M., Machado D.M., Ceriotto M., Morgado M.G., Bryson Y.J., Veloso V.G., Grinsztejn B., Mirochnick M., Moye J., and Nielsen-Saines K. (2018).

Congenital cytomegalovirus and HIV perinatal transmission.

Adachi K., Xu J., Yeganeh N., Camarca M., Morgado M.G., Watts D.H., Mofenson L.M., Veloso V.G., Pilotto J.H., Joao E., Gray G., Theron G., Santos B., Fonseca R., Kreitchmann R., Pinto J., Mussi-Pinhata M.M., Ceriotto M., Machado D.M., Bryson Y.J., Grinsztejn B., Moye J., Klausner J.D., Bristow C.C., Dickover R., Mirochnick M., and Nielsen-Saines K. (2018).

Combined evaluation of sexually transmitted infections in HIV-infected pregnant women and infant HIV transmission.

Siegel S., Leath B., Fry S., Pierce C., Teixeira N., Burns W., Freed N., Weinfurter P., Dorsey B., Nooney J., and Williams S. (2018).

State and territorial efforts to reduce health disparities: Findings of a 2016 survey by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health.

Collins S.R. and Radley D.C. (2018).

The cost of employer insurance is a growing burden for middle-income families.

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