Publications for Marrow

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.

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Boyle, R.G., D'Silva, J., Stanton, C.A., Carusi, C., and Tang, Z. (2017). Disparities in cigarette smoking and use of other tobacco products in Minnesota, 2003-14. Journal of Public Health, 1-8.DOIPubMed
Brooks, G.P., Diaz, E.A., and Johanson, G.A. (2017). A precision-based and adaptive approach to number of replications for Monte Carlo studies of robustness and power. General Linear Model Journal, 43(1), 31-49.Source (PDF)
McGurk, S.R., Drake, R.E., Xie, H., Riley, J., Milfort, R., Hale, T.W., and Frey, W.D. (2017). Cognitive predictors of work among Social Security Disability Insurance beneficiaries with psychiatric disorders enrolled in IPS supported employment. Schizophrenia Bulletin.DOIPubMed
2017 Publications
Starks, S.L., Arns, P.G., Padwa, H., Friedman, J.R., Marrow, J., Meldrum, M.L., Bromley, E., Kelly, E.L., Brekke, J.S., and Braslow, J.T. (2017). System transformation under the California Mental Health Services Act: Implementation of full-service partnerships in L.A. County. Psychiatric Services, 68(6), 587-595.DOIPubMed
2016 Publications
Luhrmann, T.M., and Marrow, J. (Eds.). (2016). Our most troubling madness: Case studies in schizophrenia across cultures.(Ethnographic Studies in Subjectivity). Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.Source
Marrow, J., and Luhrmann, T.M. (2016). Conclusion. In T.M. Luhrmann and J. Marrow (Ed.), Our most troubling madness: Case studies in schizophrenia across cultures (pp. 197-222). (Ethnographic Studies in Subjectivity). Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.Source
Marrow, J. (2016). Vulnerable transitions in a world of kin: In the shadow of good wifeliness in North India. In T.M. Luhrmann and J. Marrow (Ed.), Our most troubling madness: Case studies in schizophrenia across cultures (pp. 56-70). (Ethnographic Studies in Subjectivity). Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.Source