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.


Hofer C.B., Harris D.R., Hazra R., Ruz N.P., Pilotto J.H., de Oliveira R.H., de Abreu T.F., Kakehasi F., and Krauss M.R. (2014).

Short communication: Kidney dysfunction among HIV-infected children in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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

Skill building: Assessing the evidence.

Berg E., Cecere W., and Ghosh M. (2014).

Small area estimation for county-level farmland cash rental rates.

Diallo M.S. and Rao J.N.K. (2014).

Small area estimation of complex parameters under unit-level models with skew-normal errors.

Troppe P., Milanowski A., Webber A., Gutmann B., Reisner E., and Goertz M. (2014).

State implementation of reforms promoted under the Recovery Act.

Vovsha P., Simas M.G., Davidson W., Chu C., Farley R., Mitchell M., and Vyas G. (2014).

Statistical analysis of transit user preferences including in-vehicle crowding and service reliability.

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

Substance abuse intensive outpatient programs: Assessing the evidence.

Thornton S., Xu J., Esposito-Smythers C., Brown L.K., Wolff J., and Tidey J. (2014).

Substance abuse treatment for HIV-infected young people: An open pilot trial.

Dougherty R.H., George P., Ghose S.S., Daniels A.S., Delphin-Rittmon M.E., Braude L., Marshall T., and Goldberg R.W. (2014).

Supported employment: Assessing the evidence.

Sung V.W., Rogers R.G., Bann C.M., Arya L., Barber M.D., Lowder J., Lukacz E.S., Markland A., Siddiqui N., Wilmot A., and Meikle S.F. (2014).

Symptom outcomes important to women with anal incontinence: A conceptual framework.

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