Westat researchers publish on a wide array of topics that further our understanding of the field and focus on improving lives through research. Selected publications that communicate our findings, including books, peer-reviewed articles and technical reports, conference proceedings, and more are presented here.


Finster M. and Milanowski A. (2021).

Assessing teachers’ perceptions of alignment of human capital management of teacher leadership initiatives.

Fay R.E. (2021).

Constructing and disseminating small area estimates from the National Crime Victimization Survey, 2007–2018.

Munk T., Rui N., Zhu W., and Carlson E. (2021).

Using state data sets and meta-analysis of low-powered studies to evaluate a school-based dropout prevention program for students with disabilities.

Galusha A.L., Merrill L., Palmer C.D., Amarasiriwardena C., and Parsons P.J. (2021).

Measurement harmonization and traceability for trace element analyses across the Children's Health Exposure Analysis Resource laboratory network.

Rog D.J., Reidy M.C., Manian N., Daley T.C., and Lieberman L. (2021).

Opportunities for psychologists to enact community change through adverse childhood experiences, trauma, and resilience networks.

Sharp G.C., Alfano R., Ghantous R., Urquiza J., Rifas-Shiman S.L., Page C.M., Jin J., Fernández-Barrés S., Santorelli G., and Tindula G. (2021).

Paternal body mass index and offspring DNA methylation: Findings from the PACE consortium.

Fisher J.A., Spaur M., Buller I.D., Flory A.R., Beane Freeman L.E., Hofmann J.N., Giangrande M., Jones R.R., and Ward M.H. (2021).

Spatial heterogeneity in positional errors: A comparison of two residential geocoding efforts in the Agricultural Health Study.

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.

Finster M. and Feldman J. (2021).

Cost-effectiveness of a statistics-based approach to developmental mathematics education.

Frechtling J.A., Dunderdale T., Price S., Meissner H.I., Mayne R.G., McCrae T., van Bemmel D.M., Bahde A.L., Mandal R., Nagler C.F., and Hull L.C. (2021).

Establishing a research base to inform tobacco regulation: Overview.

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