Publications

Thompson H.R., Borger C., Paolicelli C., Whaley S.E., Reat A., and Ritchie L. (2022).

The relationship between breastfeeding and initial vegetable introduction with vegetable consumption in a national cohort of children ages 1-5 years from low-income households.

Bond G.R., Al-Abdulmunem M., Drake R.E., Davis L.L., Meyer T., Gade D.M., Frueh B.C., Dickman R.B., and Ressler D.R. (2022).

Transition from military service: Mental health and well-being among service members and veterans with service-connected disabilities.

Borger C., Paolicelli C., Sun B., Zimmerman T.P., and Dixit-Joshi S. (2022).

Duration of WIC participation and early feeding practices are associated with meeting the added sugars recommendation at age 3 years.

George P., Ghose S.S., Goldman H.H., O'Brien J., Daley T.C., Dixon L.B., and Rosenblatt A. (2022).

Growth of coordinated specialty care in the United States with changes in federal funding policies: 2014–2018.

Jordan N., Stroupe K.T., Richman J., Pogoda T.K., Cao L., Kertesz S., Kyriakides T.C., Bond G.R., and Davis L.L. (2022).

Comparing service use and costs of individual placement and support with usual vocational services for veterans with PTSD.

Borger C., Paolicelli C.P., and Sun B. (2022).

Duration of Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) participation is associated with children's diet quality at age 3 years.

Borger C., Zimmerman T., DeMatteis J., Gollapudi B., Whaley S., Ritchie L., Au L., and May L. (2022).

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

Bond G.R., Al-Abdulmunem M., Ressler D.R., Drake R.E., Davis L.L., Meyer T., Gade D.M., Frueh B.C., and Dickman R.B. (2022).

Evaluation of an employment intervention for veterans transitioning from the military: A randomized controlled trial.

McLaren J.L., Barnett E.R., Acquilano S.C., Concepcion Zayas M.T., Drake R.E., and Leyenaar J.K. (2022).

Psychotropic polypharmacy and antipsychotics in children: A survey of caregiver's perspectives.

Pogue J.A., Bond G.R., Drake R.E., Becker D.R., and Logsdon S.M. (2022).

Growth of IPS supported employment programs in the United States: An update.

Stroupe K.T., Jordan N., Richman J., Bond G.R., Pogoda T.K., Cao L., Kertesz S.G., Kyriakides T.C., and Davis L.L. (2022).

Cost-effectiveness of individual placement and support compared to transitional work program for veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder.

Bruce C., Gearing M.E., DeMatteis J., Levin K., Mulcahy T., Newsome J., and Wivagg J. (2022).

Financial vulnerability and the impact of COVID-19 on American households.

Erciulescu A.L., Opsomer J.D., and Schneider B.J. (2022).

Statistical data integration using multilevel models to predict employee compensation.

Manian N., Rog D.J., Lieberman L., and Kerr E.M. (2022).

The organizational trauma-informed practices tool (O-TIPs): Development and preliminary validation.

Carpenter-Song E., Acquilano S.C., Noel V., Al-Abdulmunem M., Torous J., and Drake R.E. (2022).

Individualized intervention to support mental health recovery through implementation of digital tools into clinical care: Feasibility study.

Gruman C. (2021).

Book review: Making tough decisions about end-of-life care in dementia.

Palmer J.E., Fissel E.R., Hoxmeier J., and Williams E. (2021).

#MeToo for whom? Sexual assault disclosures before and after #MeToo.

Rognli E.B., Aas E.M., Drake R.E., Marsden J., Anders P., Bond G.R., Lystad J.U., Reme S.E., and Arnevik E.A. (2021).

The effect evaluation of Individual Placement and Support (IPS) for patients with substance use disorders: Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial of IPS versus enhanced self-help.

Ruud T., Drake R.E., Šaltytė Benth J., Drivenes K., Hartveit M., Heiervang K., Høifødt T.S., Haaland V.Ø., Joa I., Johannessen J.O., Johansen K.J., Stensrud B., Haugom E.W., Clausen H., Biringer E., and Bond G.R. (2021).

The effect of intensive implementation support on fidelity for four evidence-based psychosis treatments: A cluster randomized trial.

Velie E.M., Marcus L.R., Pathak D.R., Hamilton A.S., DiGaetano R., Klinger R., Gollapudi B., Houang R., Carnegie N., Olson L.K., Allen A., Zhang Z., Modjesk D., Norman G., Lucas D.R., Gupta S., Rui H., and Schwartz K. (2021).

Theory, methods, and operational results of the Young Women's Health History Study: A study of young-onset breast cancer incidence in Black and White women.

Humensky J.L., Turner L.R., Dixon L.B., Drake R.E., Becker D.R., Subotnik K.L., Ventura J., and Nuechterlein K.H. (2021).

Personnel time required for supported employment and education services for individuals in a recent-onset psychosis treatment program.

Drake R.E. and Bond G.R. (2021).

Psychiatric crisis care and the more is less paradox.

Drake R.E., Sederer L.I., Becker D.R., and Bond G.R. (2021).

COVID-19, unemployment, and behavioral health conditions: The need for supported employment.

Douglass D., Zimmerman T.P., Narayana V., Miller A., Mittl B., Paul T.L., Nicholson T., O'Connor L., Herrick K., and Kaefer C. (2021).

Development of a tool for researchers to specify new foods to be included in the Automated Self-Administered 24-Hour (ASA24) Dietary Assessment Tool.

McHugo G.J., Drake R.E., Haslett W.R., Krassenbaum S.R., Mueser K.T., Sweeney M.A., Kline J., and Harris M. (2021).

Algorithm-driven substance use disorder treatment for inner-city clients with serious mental illness and multiple impairments.

Metcalfe J.D., Pogue J.A., and Drake R.E. (2021).

A brief assessment of race and ethnicity in individual placement and support studies in the United States.

Bond G.R., Johnson-Kwochka A.V., Pogue J.A., Langfitt Reese S., Becker D.R., and Drake R.E. (2021).

A tale of four states: Factors influencing the statewide adoption of IPS.

Metcalfe J.D. and Drake R.E. (2021).

Participation in individual placement and support in the Supported Employment Demonstration.

Bornstein M.H., Henry L.M., and Manian N. (2021).

Language development in children of clinically depressed mothers in remission: Early experience effects.

Bornstein M.H., Manian N., and Henry L.M. (2021).

Clinically depressed and typically developing mother–infant dyads: Domain base rates and correspondences, relationship contingencies and attunement.

Vericker T., Dixit-Joshi S., Giesen L., Gearing M., Manglitz C., Baier K., Lee H., and May L. (2021).

Evaluation of the implementation of Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentives (FINI): Final Report.

Kirkpatrick S.I., Dodd K.W., Potischman N., Zimmerman T.P., Douglass D., Guenther P.M., Durward C., Atoloye A.T., Kahle L.L., Subar A.F., and Reedy J. (2021).

Healthy Eating Index-2015 scores among adults based on observed vs recalled dietary intake.

Borger C., Paolicelli C., Ritchie L., Whaley S.E., DeMatteis J., Sun B., Zimmerman T.P., Reat A., and Dixit-Joshi S. (2021).

Shifts in sources of food but stable nutritional outcomes among children in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Vericker T., Rothstein M., Gabay M., Lee H., Gabor V., Dixit-Joshi S., Gollapudi B., Baier K., and May L. (2021).

USDA Summer Meals Study. Volume 1. Participant and Nonparticipant Characteristics.

Al-Abdulmunem M., Drake R.E., and Carpenter-Song E. (2021).

Evidence-based supported employment in the rural United States: Challenges and adaptations.

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.

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.

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.

Wheaton L., Vericker T., Schwabish J., Anderson T., Baier K., Gasper J., Sick N., and Werner K. (2021).

The impact of SNAP able-bodied adults without dependents (ABAWD) time limit reinstatement in nine states.

Rog D.J., Henderson K.A., Wagner C.A., and Abbruzzi E.L. (2021).

Housing matters, services might: Findings from the High Needs Families Program Evaluation.

Vericker T., Dixit-Joshi S., Taylor J., May L., Baier K., and Williams E.S. (2021).

Impact of Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentives on household fruit and vegetable expenditures.

Vidal S., Petraglia E., Arthur T., Harmon M., Foster M., and Lowe N. (2020).

Kentucky juvenile justice reform evaluation: Assessing the effects of SB 200 on youth dispositional outcomes and racial and ethnic disparities.

Vidal S., Kulbicki K., Arthur T., Kaasa S., Harmon M., Foster M., and Lowe N. (2020).

Kentucky juvenile justice reform evaluation: Assessment of community-based services for justice-involved youth.

Gasper J.M., Lewis M., Kroeger A., Muz B., LaRocca N., and Frankel D. (2020).

Multiple sclerosis adult day programs and health-related quality of life of persons with multiple sclerosis and informal caregivers.

Manian N., Wagner C., Placzek H., Darby B. A., Kaiser T. J., and Rog D. J. (2020).

Relationship between intervention dosage and success of resource connections in a social needs intervention.

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

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

Drake R.E., Riley J.K., Goldman H. H., Becker D. R., Bond G.R., Bennici F. J., and Frey W.D. (2020).

Supporting a working life when disability is not permanent.

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