Publications

Publications

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.

2018

Tanski S., Emond J., Stanton C., Kirchner T., Choi K., Yang L., Ryant C., Robinson J., and Hyland A. (2018).

Youth access to tobacco products in the United States: Findings from Wave 1 (2013-2014) of the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study.

Goniewicz M.L., Smith D.M., Edwards K.C., Blount B.C., Caldwell K.L., Feng J., Wang L., Christensen C., Ambrose B., Borek N., van Bemmel D., Konkel K., Erives G., Stanton C.A., Lambert E., Kimmel H.L., Hatsukami D., Hecht S.S., Niaura R.S., Travers M., Lawrence C., and Hyland A.J. (2018).

Comparison of nicotine and toxicant exposure in users of electronic cigarettes and combustible cigarettes.

Tourangeau R., Yan T., Sun H., Hyland A., and Stanton C.A. (2018).

Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) reliability and validity study: Selected reliability and validity estimates.

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

Tobacco product harm perceptions and new use.

Kasza K.A., Borek N., Conway K.P., Goniewicz M.L., Stanton C.A., Sharma E., Fong G.T., Abrams D.B., Coleman B., Schneller L.M., Lambert E.Y., Pearson J.L., Bansal-Travers M., Murphy I., Cheng Y.C., Donaldson E.A., Feirman S.P., Gravely S., Elton-Marshall T., Trinidad D.R., Gundersen D.A., Niaura R.S., Cummings K.M., Compton W.M., and Hyland A.J. (2018).

Transitions in tobacco product use by U.S. adults between 2013-2014 and 2014-2015: Findings from the PATH Study Wave 1 and Wave 2.

Jones R.R., VoPham T., Sevilla B., Airola M., Flory A.R., Deziel N.C., Nuckols J.R., Pronk A., Laden F., and Ward M.H. (2018).

Verifying locations of sources of historical environmental releases of dioxin-like compounds in the U.S.: Implications for exposure assessment and epidemiologic inference.

Young D.L. and Choi J. (2018).

Information and computer technologies for Improving international assessment.

Robins C. (2018).

Qualitative research.

Jiao R. and Piesse A. (2018).

An approach to predict final yield among interim cases.

Lin T.-H., Flores Cervantes I., Saito S., and Bain R. (2018).

Evaluating nonresponse weighting adjustment for the Population-Based HIV Impact Assessments Surveys: On incorporating survey outcomes.

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