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The economic consequences of marital and cohabitation dissolution

Tach, L. & Eads, A. (2015).

Demography, 52(2), 401-432.


Cultural reflexivity in health research and practice

Aronowitz, R., Deener, A., Keene, D., Schnittker, J., & Tach, L. (2015).

American Journal of Public Health, 105, 403-408.


Social mobility in an era of family instability and complexity

Tach, L. (2015).

Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, 657, 83-97.


Inequalities in connectedness to imprisoned individuals in the United States

Lee, H., McCormick, T., Hicken, M., & Wildeman, C. (2015).

Du Bois Review, 12, 269-282.


Tragic, but not random: The social contagion of non-fatal gunshot injuries

Papachristos, A., Wildeman, C., & Roberto, E. (2015).

Social Science and Medicine, 125, 139-150.


The effect of medical treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) on foster care caseloads: Evidence from Danish registry data

Fallesen, P. & Wildeman, C. (2015).

Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 56, 398-414.


Self-reported health among recently incarcerated mothers

Turney, K. & Wildeman, C. (2015).

American Journal of Public Health, 105, 2014-2020.


Cumulative risks of paternal and maternal incarceration in Denmark and the United States

Wildeman, C. & Andersen, L. (2015).

Demographic Research, 32, 1567- 1580.


Measuring the effect of probation and parole officers on labor market outcomes and recidivism

Andersen, L. & Wildeman, C. (2015).

Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 31, 629-652.


Mass imprisonment and the life course revisited: Cumulative years spent imprisoned and marked for working-age Black and White men

Patterson, E. & Wildeman, C. (2015).

Social Science Research, 53, 325-337.


Detrimental for some? The heterogeneous effects of maternal incarceration on child wellbeing

Turney, K. & Wildeman, C. (2015).

Criminology and Public Policy, 14, 125-156.


An empirical assessment of the “healthy prisoner hypothesis”

Bacak, V., & Wildeman, C. (2015).

Social Science and Medicine, 138, 187-191.


Social network characteristics associated with weight loss among Black and Hispanic populations

Winston, G, Phillips, E, Wethington, E., Devine, C., Wells, N., Peterson, J., Hyppolyte, J., Ramos, R., Martinez, G., Eldridge, J., & Charlson, M. (2015).

Obesity, 23, 1570-6.



Stress, coping and health behavior

Wethington, E., Glanz, K., & Schwartz, M. (2015).

In K. Glanz, B. K. Rimer, and K. Viswanath (Eds.), Health behavior: Theory, research, and practice, 5th edition (pp. 223-242)San Francisco, CA:  John Wiley & Sons.


What women in science need to know about work-life balance

Williams, W., Barnett, S., & Wethington, E. (2015).

In P. Pritchard (Ed.), Success strategies of women in science: A portable mentor (pp. 391-411). Dordrecht, NE: Elsevier.


Translational research on caregiving: Missing links in the translation process

Wethington, E. & Burgio, L. (2015).

In J. Gaugler and R. L. Kane (Eds.), Family caregiving in the new normal: Meeting future challenges. Dordrecht, NE: Elsevier.


Measuring the quality of dying and death in the pediatric intensive care setting: The Clinician PICU-QODD

Sellers, D., Dawson. R.,, Cohen-Bearak, A., Solomon, M., & Truog, R. (2015).

Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 49(1), 66-78.


Institutional care and treatment for maltreated children: Toward the collaboration with foster/adoptive care

Nishizawa, S., Anglin, J., Holden, M., & Grupper, E. (2015).

Japanese Journal of Child Abuse and Neglect, 17(2), 238-257.


How much are public school teachers willing to pay for their retirement benefits?

Fitzpatrick, M. (2015).

American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 7(4), 165-88.


Implementing evidence-based programs: Lessons learned from the field

Powers, J., Maley, M., Purington, A., Schantz, K., & Dotterweich, J. (2015).

Applied Developmental Science, 19, 108-116. doi: 10.1080/10888691.2015.1020155

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