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.


Vousden C.L., Sapru S., and Johnson J.E. (2014).

Communicating about biomonitoring and the results of a community-based project: A case study on one state’s experience.

Sharma E. and Beck K.H. (2014).

Comparing waterpipe-only users with polytobacco users.

Cecere W., Jiao R., Rozsi M., Severynse J.A., Lohr S., and Green J. (2014).

Composite measure of size evaluation and primary sampling unit formation for NHTSA’s Redesign of the National Automotive Sampling System.

Munk T.E., McMillian M., and Lewis N. (2014).

Compositional effects, segregation, and test scores: Evidence from the National Assessment of Educational Progress.

Karl A.T., Yang Y., and Lohr S. (2014).

Computation of maximum likelihood estimates for multiresponse generalized linear mixed models with non-nested, correlated random effects.

Thornton S., Goodenow M.M., Sleasman J.W., Nichols S.L., Lowe A., Zhang X., Garvie P.A., Goldberger B.A., and Hou W. (2014).

Concordance between self-reported substance use and toxicology among HIV-infected and uninfected at risk youth.

Zhang S., Luo J., Zhu L., Stinchcomb D.G., Campbell D., Carter G., Gilkeson S., and Feuer E.J. (2014).

Confidence intervals for ranks of age-adjusted rates across states or counties.

Li L., Krenzke T., and Mohadjer L. (2014).

Considerations for selection and release of reserve samples for in-person surveys.

Dougherty R.H., Lyman D.R., George P., Ghose S.S., Daniels A.S., Delphin-Rittmon M.E., and Braude L. (2014).

Consumer and family psychoeducation: Assessing the evidence.

Loureiro P., de Almeida-Neto C., Carneiro-Proietti A.B., Capuani L., Gonçalez T.T., Oliveira C.D., Leão S.C., Lopes M.I., Sampaio D., Patavino G.M., Ferreira J.E., Blatyta P.F., Lopes M.D., Mendrone A., Salles N.A., King M.R., Murphy E.L., Busch M.P., Custer B., and Sabino E.C. (2014).

Contribution of the Retrovirus Epidemiology Donor Study (REDS) to research on blood transfusion safety in Brazil.

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