Publications

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.

Myers S.L., Sabol W.J., Xu M., and Vega D.V. (2018).

Racial and Ethnic Disproportionality in Foster Care.

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

Trend differences in men and women in rural and urban U.S. settings.

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

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

Kaasa S.O., Tatar J.R., Dezember A., and Cauffman E. (2018).

The impact of waiver to adult court on youths’ perceptions of procedural justice.

Gubits D., Shinn M., Wood M., Brown S.R., Dastrup S.R., and Bell S.H. (2018).

What interventions work best for families who experience homelessness? Impact estimates from the Family Options Study.

Vidal S., Kaasa S., and Harmon M. (2018).

Process and outcomes of a court-administered civil mediation program.

Weeks A., Altman D., Stevens A., Lorthridge J., and Heaton L.L. (2018).

Strengthening the workforce to support youth in foster care who identify as LGBTQ+ through increasing LGBTQ+ competency: Trainers’ experience with bias.

Lorthridge J., Evans M., Heaton L.L., Stevens A., and Phillips L. (2018).

Strengthening family connections and support for youth in foster care who identify as LGBTQ: Findings from the PII-RISE Evaluation.

Daley T.C., Edwards J., Fiore T.A., and Johnson L. (2018).

National Evaluation of the State Deaf-Blind Projects.

Davis L.L., Kyriakides T.C., Suris A.M., Ottomanelli L.A., Drake R.E., Parker P.E., Mueller L., Resnick G.G., Toscano R., Blansett C.M., McCall K.P., and Huang G.D. (2018).

Veterans Individual Placement and Support towards advance recovery: Methods and baseline clinical characteristics of a multisite study.

Metcalfe J.D., Drake R.E., and Bond G.R. (2018).

The use of standardized discharge in IPS supported employment programs.

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.

McLaren J.L., Barnett E.R., Concepcion Zayas M.T., Lichtenstein J., Acquilano S.C., Schwartz L.M., Woloshin S., and Drake R.E. (2018).

Psychotropic medications for highly vulnerable children.

Barnett E.R., Jankowski M.K., Butcher R.L., Meister C., Parton R.R., and Drake R.E. (2018).

Foster and adoptive parent perspectives on needs and services: A mixed methods study.

Davis L.L., Kyriakides T.C., Suris A.M., Ottomanelli L.A., Mueller L., Parker P.E., Resnick G.G., Toscano R., Scrymgeour A.A., and Drake R.E. (2018).

Effect of evidence-based supported employment vs transitional work on achieving steady work among veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder: A randomized clinical trial.

Metcalfe J.D., Drake R.E., and Bond G.R. (2018).

Economic, labor, and regulatory moderators of the effect of Individual Placement and Support among people with severe mental illness: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Noel V.A., Oulvey E., Drake R.E., Bond G.R., Carpenter-Song E.A., and DeAtley B. (2018).

A preliminary evaluation of Individual Placement and Support for youth with developmental and psychiatric disabilities.

Heaton L.L. (2018).

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

Metcalfe J.D., Riley J.K., McGurk S.R., Hale T.W., Drake R.E., and Bond G.R. (2018).

Comparing predictors of employment in Individual Placement and Support: A longitudinal analysis.

Goldman H.H., Frey W.D., and Riley J.K. (2018).

Social Security and disability due to mental impairment in adults.

Heaton L.L. (2018).

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

Olsen R.B., Bell S.H., and Nichols A. (2018).

Using preferred applicant random assignment (PARA) to reduce randomization bias in randomized trials of discretionary programs.

Collins A.M., Klerman J.A., Briefel R., Rowe G., Gordon A., Logan C., Wolf A., and Bell S.H. (2018).

A summer nutrition benefit pilot program and low-income children's food security.

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.

McGurk S.R., Drake R.E., Xie H., Riley J.K., Milfort R., Hale T.W., and Frey W.D. (2018).

Cognitive predictors of work among Social Security Disability Insurance beneficiaries with psychiatric disorders enrolled in IPS supported employment.

Glynn S.M., Marder S.R., Noordsy D.L., O'Keefe C., Becker D.R., Drake R.E., and Sugar C.A. (2017).

An RCT evaluating the effects of skills training and medication type on work outcomes among patients with schizophrenia.

Zador P.L., Cooper-Parks A., and Rabinovich B.A. (2017).

Analysis and results of a bonded labor prevalence survey in Tamil Nadu, a state of India.

Rushovich B.R., Murray K.W., Woodruff K., and Freeman P.C. (2017).

A Kinship Navigator Program: A comprehensive approach to support private and voluntary kinship caregivers.

Rog D., Henderson K., Lunn L.M., Greer A.L., and Ellis M.L. (2017).

The interplay between housing stability and child separation: Implications for practice and policy.

Sedlak A.J., Finkelhor D., and Brick J.M. (2017).

National estimates of missing children: Updated findings from a survey of parents and other primary caretakers.

Klerman J.A., Wolf A., Collins A.M., Bell S.H., and Briefel R. (2017).

The effects the Summer Electronic Benefits Transfer for Children Demonstration has on children’s food security.

Claus R.E., Vidal S., and Harmon M.A. (2017).

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

Raithel M.A. (2017).

Going green with your SAS applications.

Legum S.E. (2017).

Protecting the innocent (and your data).

Lohr S. and Brick J.M. (2017).

Roosevelt predicted to win: Revisiting the 1936 Literary Digest Poll.

Fay R.E. and Riddles M.K. (2017).

One- versus two-step approaches to survey nonresponse adjustments.

Bishop R.C., Boyle K.J., Carson R.T., Chapman D., Hanneman W.M., Kanninen B.J., Kopp R.J., Krosnick J.A., List J., Meade N., Paterson R., Presser S., Smith V.K., Tourangeau R., Welsh M., Wooldridge J.M., DeBell M., Donovan C., Konopka M., and Scherer N. (2017).

Putting a value on injuries to natural assets: The BP oil spill.

Umbach D.M., Sandler D.P., Kamel F., Beard J.D., Keller J., Schmidt S., Engel L.S., Richardson D.B., Gammon M.D., Baird C., Allen K.D., and Stanwyck C.L. (2017).

Military service, deployments, and exposures in relation to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis survival.

Sedlak A.J. (2017).

The National Incidence Studies of Missing, Abducted, Runaway and Thrownaway Children (NISMART).

Vidal S., Steeger C.M., Caron C., Lasher L., and Connell C.M. (2017).

Placement and delinquency outcomes among system-involved youth referred to multisystemic therapy: A propensity score matching analysis.

Mariosa D., Beard J.D., Umbach D.M., Bellocco R., Keller J., Peters T.L., Allen K.D., Ye W., Sandler D.P., Schmidt S., Fang F., and Kamel F. (2017).

Body mass index and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: A study of US military veterans.

Riddles M.K., Lohr S., Brick J.M., Langetieg P.T., Payne J.M., and Plumley A.H. (2017).

Handling respondent rounding of wages using the IRS and CPS matched dataset.

Lipman P.D., Huang J.C., and Mullins C.D. (2017).

Bridging the divide: Building infrastructure to support community-academic partnerships and improve capacity to conduct patient-centered outcomes research.

Kapogiannis B.G., Fortenberry J.D., Liu N., Hosek S.G., Knopf A.S., Ott M.A., and Zimet G.D. (2017).

Minors' and young adults' experiences of the research consent process in a phase II safety study of pre-exposure prophylaxis for HIV.

Yan T. (2017).

Using doorstep concerns data to evaluate and correct for nonresponse error in a longitudinal survey.

Hosek S.G., Rudy B., Landovitz R., Kapogiannis B., Siberry G., Rutledge B., Liu N., Brothers J., Mulligan K., Zimet G., Lally M.A., Mayer K.H., Anderson P., Kiser J., Rooney J.F., and Wilson C.M. (2017).

An HIV preexposure prophylaxis demonstration project and safety study for young MSM.

Burke-Garcia A. and Mathew S. (2017).

Leveraging social and digital media for participant recruitment: A review of methods from the Bayley Short Form Formative Study.

Tatalovich Z., Stinchcomb D.G., Lyman J.A., Hunt Y., and Cucinelli J.E. (2017).

A geo-view into historical patterns of smoke-free policy coverage in the USA.

Gasper J., Henderson K., and Berman D. (2017).

Do sectoral employment programs work? New evidence from New York City's Sector-Focused Career Centers.

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