Browsing publications by PSC-affiliated researchers: 25 to 36 of 455 since 2014
Mitchell, Colter, Lisa M. Schneper, and Daniel A. Notterman. 2016. "DNA Methylation, Early Life Environment, and Health Outcomes." Pediatric Research, 72(1-2): 212-219. PMCID: PMC4798238. DOI. Abstract.
Lu, Xi, Kevin G. Lynch, David W. Oslin, and Susan A. Murphy. 2016. "Comparing treatment policies with assistance from the structural nested mean model." Biometrics, 72(1): 10-19. PMCID: PMC4789134. DOI. Abstract.
Raghunathan, Trivellore. 2016. Missing Data Analysis in Practice. Boca Ranton, FL: CRC Press.
Johnson, Monica Kirkpatrick, Jeremy Staff, John E. Schulenberg, and Megan E. Patrick. 2016. "Living Healthier and Longer: A Life Course Perspective on Education and Health." In Handbook of the Life Course edited by Michael J. Shanahan, Jeylan T. Mortimer, and Monica Kirkpatrick Johnson. DOI. Abstract.
Schepis, Ty S., Brady T. West, Christian J. Teter, and Sean Esteban McCabe. 2016. "Prevalence and correlates of co-ingestion of prescription tranquilizers and other psychoactive substances by U.S. high school seniors: Results from a national survey." Addictive Behaviors, 52: 8-12. PMCID: PMC4566145. DOI. Abstract.
McCabe, Sean Esteban, and Brady T. West. 2016. "Selective nonresponse bias in population-based survey estimates of drug use behaviors in the United States." Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 51(1): 141-153. PMCID: PMC4724242. DOI. Abstract.
Abu-Raiya, Hisham, Kenneth I. Pargament, and Neal Krause. 2016. "Religion as problem, religion as solution: religious buffers of the links between religious/spiritual struggles and well-being/mental health." Quality of Life Research, 25(5): 1265-1274. DOI. Abstract.
Zhou, Hanzhi, Michael R. Elliott, and Trivellore Raghunathan. 2016. "A two-step semiparametric method to accommodate sampling weights in multiple imputation." Biometrics, 72(1): 242-252. DOI. Abstract.
Curry, Allison E., Melissa R. Pfeiffer, and Michael R. Elliott. 2016. "Validation of quasi-induced exposure representativeness assumption among young drivers." Traffic Injury Prevention, 17(4): 346-351. PMCID: PMC4794414. DOI. Abstract.