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.

2021

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.

Feldman J., Flynn J., Dunderdale T., Miyaoka A., and Finster M. (2021).

Results of Maryland's system-level developmental mathematics pathway initiative.

Sorra J., Zebrak K., Carpenter D., Famolaro T., Rauch J., Li J., Davis T., Nguyen H.Q., McIntosh M., Mitchell S., Hirschman K.B., Levine C., Clouser J.M., Brock J., and Williams M.V. (2021).

Development and psychometric properties of surveys to assess patient and family caregiver experience with care transitions.

Shams-White M., O'Connor L., O'Connor S., Miller A., Mittl B., Nicholson T., Kaefer C., and Herrick K. (2021).

Development of a sleep assessment module in the Automated Self-Administered 24-Hour (ASA24) Dietary Assessment Tool: New research opportunities.

Li J., Clouser J.M., Brock J., Davis T., Jack B., Levine C., Mays G.P., Mittman B., Nguyen H., Sorra J., Stromberg A., Du G., Dai C., Adu A., Vundi N., and Williams M.V. (2021).

Effects of different transitional care strategies on outcomes after hospital discharge—Trust matters, too.

Li J., Du G., Clouser J.M., Stromberg A., Mays G., Sorra J., Brock J., Davis T., Mitchell S., Nguyen H.Q., and Williams M.V. (2021).

Improving evidence-based grouping of transitional care strategies in hospital implementation using statistical tools and expert review.

Brick J.M., Kennedy C., Flores Cervantes I., and Mercer A.W. (2021).

An adaptive mode adjustment for multimode household surveys.

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

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

Treviño M., Zhu X., Lu Y.Y., Scheuer L.S., Passell E., Huang G.C., Germine L.T., and Horowitz. T.S. (2021).

How do we measure attention? Using factor analysis to establish construct validity of neuropsychological tests.

Carpenter-Song E., Acquilano S.C., Noel V., Al-Abdulmunem M., Torous J., and Drake R.E. (2021).

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

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