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Journal Articles

IPR faculty publish their latest policy research findings in peer-reviewed academic journals across many disciplines and as book chapters. Below is a list of articles by IPR faculty fellows published in 2020 and 2021 to date.

For a more complete list of peer-reviewed articles by all IPR faculty experts, see Northwestern Scholars. For work in progress, please visit IPR's working paper series.

2021

August

Shiffer-Sebba, D., and J. Behrman. 2021. Gender and wealth in demographic research: A research brief on a new method and application. Population Research and Policy Review 40: 643–59.

July

Bullock, J. 2021. Education and attitudes toward redistribution in the United States. British Journal of Political Science 51(3): 1230–50. 

May

Gyllenhammer, L., S. Entringer, C. Buss, H. Simhan, W. Grobman, E. Adam, L. Keenan-Devlin, A. Borders, and P. Wadhwa. 2021. Prospective association of maternal immune pro-inflammatory responsivity and regulation in pregnancy with length of gestation. American Journal of Reproductive Immunology 85(5): e13366. 

Harbridge-Yong, L., and C. Paris. 2021. You can’t always get what you want: How majority‐party agenda setting and ignored alternatives shape public attitudes. Legislative Studies Quarterly 46(2): 323–56.

Stoler, J., J. Miller, A. Brewis, M. Freeman, L. Harris, W. Jepson, ... S. Young, and the Household Water Insecurity Experiences Research Coordination Network (HWISE RCN): ... P. Owuor, ... and R. Tutu. 2021. Household water insecurity will complicate the ongoing COVID-19 response: Evidence from 29 sites in 23 low- and middle-income countries. International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health 234: 113715.

April

McQuillan, M., L. Kuhns, A. Miller, T. McDade, and R. Garofalo. 2021. Gender minority stress, support, and inflammation in transgender and gender-nonconforming youth. Transgender Health 6(2): 91–100.

Miller, G., S. White, E. Chen, and R. Nusslock. 2021. Association of inflammatory activity with larger neural responses to threat and reward among children living in poverty. American Journal of Psychology 178(4): 313–20.

Tipton, E., J. Spybrook, K. Fitzgerald, Q. Wang, and C. Davidson. 2021. Toward a system of evidence for all: Current practices and future opportunities in 37 randomized trials. Educational Researcher 50(3): 145–56.

Tipton, E. 2020. Beyond generalization of the ATE: Designing randomized trials to understand treatment effect heterogeneity. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society) 184(2): 504–21.

March

Butler, M., S. Young, and E. Tuthill. 2021. Perinatal depressive symptoms and breastfeeding behaviors: A systematic literature review and biosocial research agenda. Journal of Affective Disorders 283: 441–71.

Destin, M., R. Rosario, and S. Vossoughi. 2021. Elevating the objectives of higher education to effectively serve students from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds. Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences 8(1): 59–66.

Dossi, G., D. Figlio, P. Giuliano, and P. Sapienza. 2021. Born in the family: Preferences for boys and the gender gap in math. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 183: 175–88.

Manski, C. 2021. Bounding the accuracy of diagnostic tests, with application to COVID-19 antibody tests. Epidemiology 32(2): 162–67.

Stephens, J., C. Kessler, C. Buss, G. Miller, W. Grobman, L. Keenan-Devlin, A. Borders, and E. Adam. 2020. Early and current life adversity: Past and present influences on maternal diurnal cortisol rhythms during pregnancy. Developmental Psychobiology 63(2): 305–19.

Tuthill, E., A. Maltby, J. Conteh, L. Sheira, J. Miller, M. Onono, … and S. Young. 2021. Persistent food insecurity, but not HIV, is associated with depressive symptoms among perinatal women in Kenya: A longitudinal perspective. AIDS and Behavior 25(3): 847–55.

February 

Austin, M., J. Drage, J. Dezil, R. Siliezar, and E. Chen. 2021. The relationship between disproportionate social support and metabolic and inflammatory markers: Moderating role of socioeconomic context. Psychosomatic Medicine 83(2): 177–86. 

Natesan Batley, P., and L. Hedges. Forthcoming. Accurate models vs. accurate estimates: A simulation study of Bayesian single-case experimental designs. Behavior Research Methods.

Schauer, J., and L. Hedges. 2021. Reconsidering statistical methods for assessing replication. Psychological Methods 26(1): 127–39.

Fine, G., H. Wohl, and S. Ispa-Landa. Forthcoming. Reading routines: strategies of recall in graduate education. Studies in Graduate and Postdoctoral Education. 

Padhye, L., J. Kish, P. Batra, G. Miller, and M. Mahdavinia. 2021. Letter: The impact of levels of particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter smaller than 2.5 μm on the nasal microbiota in chronic rhinosinusitis and healthy individuals. Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology 126(2): 195–97.

Nuamah, S. 2021. “Every year they ignore us”: Public school closures and public trust. Politics, Groups, and Identities 9(2): 23957.

Conway, A., M. Bittner, D. Phan, K. Chang, N. Kamboj, E. Tipton, and M. Parotto. 2021. Accuracy and precision of zero-heat-flux temperature measurements with the 3M™ Bair Hugger™ Temperature Monitoring System: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing 35: 39–49.

Young, S., E. Frongillo, Z. Jamaluddine, H. Melgar-Quiñonez, R. Pérez-Escamilla, C. Ringler, and A. Rosinger. 2021. Perspective: The importance of water security for ensuring food security, good nutrition, and well-being. Advances in Nutrition nmab003.

January

Lam, P., J. Chiang, E. Chen, and G. Miller. 2021. Race, socioeconomic status, and low-grade inflammatory biomarkers across the lifecourse: A pooled analysis of seven studies. Psychoneuroendocrinology 123: 104917.

Hernandez, I., D. Silverman, and M. Destin. 2021. From deficit to benefit: Highlighting lower-SES students' background-specific strengths reinforces their academic persistence. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 92: 104080.

Black, S., S. Breining, D. Figlio, J. Guryan, K. Karbownik, H. Nielsen, ... M. Simonsen. 2021. Sibling spillovers. The Economic Journal 131(633): 101–28.

Elder, T., D. Figlio, S. Imberman, and C. Persico. 2021. School segregation and racial gaps in special education identification. Journal of Labor Economics 39(S1): S151–97.

Figlio, D., and M. Schapiro. 2021. Staffing the higher education classroom. Journal of Economic Perspectives 35(1): 143–62.

Jackson, K. Forthcoming. Can introducing single-sex education into low-performing schools improve academics, arrests, and teen motherhood? Journal of Human Resources 56(1): 1–39.

Jackson, K., S. Porter, J. Easton, A. Blanchard, and S. Kiguel. 2021. Linking social-emotional learning to long-term success. Education Next 21(1).

Dominitz, J., and C. Manski. Forthcoming. Minimax-regret sample design in anticipation of missing data, with application to panel data. Journal of Econometrics. 

Manski, C., and F. Molinari. 2021. Estimating the COVID-19 infection rate: Anatomy of an inference problem. Journal of Econometrics 220(1): 181–92.

Kidd, M., and T. McDade. Forthcoming. Association between C‐reactive protein response to influenza vaccine during pregnancy and birth outcomes. American Journal of Human Biology.

McDade, T., and S. Koning. 2021. Early origins of socioeconomic inequalities in chronic inflammation: Evaluating the contributions of low birth weight and short breastfeeding. Social Science & Medicine 269: 113592.

Young, E., J. Doom, A. Farrell, E. Carlson, M. Englund, G. Miller, … and J. Simpson. 2021. Life stress and cortisol reactivity: An exploratory analysis of the effects of stress exposure across life on HPA-axis functioning. Development and Psychopathology 33(1): 301–12. 

Prasad, M. 2021. Pragmatism as problem solving. Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World 7: 1–13.

Chang, S., E. Pierson, P. Koh, J. Gerardin, B. Redbird, D. Grusky, and J. Leskovec. 2021. Mobility network models of COVID-19 explain inequities and inform reopening. Nature 589: 82–87.

Rogers, O., R. Rosario, D. Padilla, and C. Foo. 2021. “[I]t’s hard because it’s the cops that are killing us for stupid stuff”: Racial identity in the sociopolitical context of Black Lives Matter. Developmental Psychology 57(1): 87–101.

Sabol, T., T. Sommer, L. Chase-Lansdale, and J. Brooks-Gunn. 2021. Intergenerational economic mobility for low-income parents and their children: A dual developmental science framework. Annual Review of Psychology 72: 265–92.

Luchkina, E., and S. Waxman. 2021. Semantic priming supports infants’ ability to learn names of unseen objects. PLoS ONE 16(1): e0244968.

Bethancourt, H., Z. Swanson, R. Nzunza, T. Huanca, E. Conde, W. Kenney, S. Young, ... A. Rosinger. 2021. Hydration in relation to water insecurity, heat index, and lactation status in two small-scale populations in hot-humid and hot-arid environments. American Journal of Human Biology 33(1): e23447.

Pebsworth, P., T. Gruber, J. Miller, K. Zuberbühler, and S. Young. 2021. Selecting between iron-rich and clay-rich soils: A geophagy field experiment with black-and-white colobus monkeys in the Budongo Forest Reserve, Uganda. Primates 62: 133–42.

2020

Hittner, E., and E. Adam. 2020. Emotional pathways to the biological embodiment of racial discrimination experiences. Psychosomatic Medicine 82(4): 420–31. 

Kim, A., E. Adam, S. Bechayda, and C. Kuzawa. 2020. Early life stress and HPA axis function independently predict adult depressive symptoms in metropolitan Cebu, Philippines. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 173(3): 448–62. 

Leszko, M., L. Keenan-Devlin, E. Adam, C. Buss, W. Grobman, H. Simhan, P. Wadhwa, D. Mroczek, and A. Borders. 2020. Are personality traits associated with smoking and alcohol use prior to and during pregnancy? PLoS ONE 15(5): e0232668. 

Stoye, D., R. Andrew, W. Grobman, E. Adam, P. Wadhwa, C. Buss, S. Entringer, G. Miller, J. Boardman, J. Seckl, L. Keenan-Devlin, A. Borders, and R. Reynolds. 2020. Maternal glucocorticoid metabolism across pregnancy: A potential mechanism underlying fetal glucocorticoid exposure. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 105(3): e782–90.

Beaman, L., S. Herskowitz, N. Keleher, and J. Magruder. Forthcoming. A randomized controlled trial of a sports and life skills program for vulnerable youth in Liberia. Economic Development and Cultural Change.

Andriano, L., and J. Behrman. 2020. The effects of growing-season drought on young women’s life course transitions in a sub-Saharan context. Population Studies 74(3): 331–50. 

Behrman, J. 2020. Mother’s relative educational status and early childhood height-for-age z scores: A decomposition of change over time. Population Research and Policy Review 39(1): 147–73.

Behrman, J., and P. Gonalons-Pons. 2020. Women's employment and fertility in a global perspective (1960–2015). Demographic Research 43: 707–44. 

Gruijters, R., and J. Behrman. 2020. Learning inequality in Francophone Africa: School quality and the educational achievement of rich and poor children. Sociology of Education 93(3): 256–76. 

Kashyap, R., and J. Behrman. 2020. Gender discrimination and excess female under-5 mortality in India: A new perspective using mixed-sex twins. Demography 57: 2143–67. 

Bonilla, T., and A. Tillery. 2020. Which identity frames boost support for and mobilization in the #BlackLivesMatter movement? An experimental test. American Political Science Review 114(4): 947–62. 

Brody, G., T. Yu, E. Chen, and G. Miller. 2020. Persistence of skin-deep resilience in African American adults. Health Psychology 39(10): 921–26. 

Chen, E., T. Yu, R. Siliezar, J. Drage, J. Dezil, G. Miller, and G. Brody. 2020. Evidence for skin-deep resilience using a co-twin control design: Effects on low-grade inflammation in a longitudinal study of youth. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity 88: 661–67. 

Finegood, E., E. Chen, J. Kish, K. Vause, A. Leigh, L. Hoffer, and G. Miller. 2020. Community violence and cellular and cytokine indicators of inflammation in adolescents. Psychoneuroendocrinology 115: 104628.

Debrosse, R., Destin, M., M. Rossignac-Milon, D. Taylor, and L. O. Rogers. 2020. Immigrant adolescents’ roots and dreams: Perceived mismatches between ethnic identities and aspirational selves predict engagement. Self and Identity 19(1):1–15.

Destin, M. 2020. Identity research that engages contextual forces to reduce socioeconomic disparities in education. Current Directions in Psychological Science 29(2): 161–66. 

Destin, M. 2020. The double-edged consequences of beliefs about opportunity and economic mobility. Future of Children 30(1): 153–63.

Destin, M., and J. Williams. 2020. The connection between student identities and outcomes related to academic persistence. Annual Review of Developmental Psychology 2: 437–60.

Murphy, M., A. Mejia, J. Mejia, X. Yan, S. Cheryan, N. Dasgupata, M. Destin, … S. Perry, ... F. Pestilli. 2020. Open science, communal culture, and women’s participation in the movement to improve science. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 117(39): 24154–64.

Bavel, J., K. Baicker, P. Boggio, V. Capraro, A. Cichocka, M. Cikara, ... J. Druckman, ... E. Finkel, ... K. Willer. 2020. Using social and behavioural science to support COVID-19 pandemic response. Nature Human Behaviour 4: 460–71. 

Bayes, R., J. Druckman, A. Goods, and D. Molden. 2020. When and how different motives can drive motivated political reasoning. Political Psychology 41(5): 1031–52. 

Bayes, R., T. Bolsen, and J. Druckman. Forthcoming. A research agenda for climate change communication and public opinion: The role of scientific consensus messaging and beyond. Environment Communication.

Druckman, J., M. Kifer, and M. Parkin. 2020. Campaign rhetoric and the incumbency advantage. American Politics Research 48(1): 22–43. 

Druckman, J., and R. Shafranek. 2020. The intersection of racial and partisan discrimination: Evidence from a correspondence study of four-year colleges. The Journal of Politics 82(4): 1602–06. 

Druckman, J., S. Klar, Y. Krupnikov, M. Levendusky, and J.B. Ryan. Forthcoming. How affective polarization shapes Americans’ political beliefs: A study of response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Experimental Political Science

Druckman, J., and E. Sharrow. 2020. Public opinion, crisis, and vulnerable populations: The case of Title IX and COVID-19. Politics & Gender 16(4): 1084–92. 

Breining, S., J. Doyle, D. Figlio, K. Karbownik, and J. Roth. 2020. Birth order and delinquency: Evidence from Denmark and Florida. Journal of Labor Economics 38(1): 95–142. 

Elder, T., D. Figlio, S. Imberman, and C. Persico. 2020. The role of neonatal health in the incidence of childhood disability. American Journal of Health Economics 6(2): 216–50.

Figlio, D., and U. Özek. 2020. An extra year to learn English? Early grade retention and the human capital development of English learners. Journal of Public Economics 186: 104184. 

Persico, C., D. Figlio, and J. Roth. 2020. The developmental consequences of Superfund sites. Journal of Labor Economics 38(4): 1055–97.

Galvin, D. Forthcoming. Labor’s legacy: The construction of subnational work regulation. ILR Review.

Galvin, D. 2020. Let’s not conflate APD with political history, and other reflections on “Causal Inference and American Political Development.” Public Choice 185: 485–500. 

Galvin, D. 2020. Party domination and base mobilization: Donald Trump and Republican Party building in a polarized era. The Forum 18(2): 135–68. 

Galvin, D., and J. Hacker. 2020. The political effects of policy drift: Policy stalemate and American political development. Studies in American Political Development 34(2): 215–38. 

Doherty, D., and L. Harbridge-Yong. 2020. The effects of blaming others for legislative inaction on individual and collective evaluations. Legislative Studies Quarterly 45(1): 69–99. 

Harbridge-Yong, L., and G. Sin. 2020. Interviews, reflections, and advice from women in legislative studies. PS: Political Science & Politics 53(2): 299–300. 

Chan, W., L. Hedges, and E. Hedberg. Forthcoming. The effects of downstream clustering in longitudinal studies. Journal of Experimental Education

Hedges, L., J. Saul, C. Cyr, M. Magnus, L. Scott-Sheldon, D. Young-Hyman, and L. Khan. 2020. Childhood Obesity Evidence Base Project: A rationale for taxonomic versus conventional meta-analysis. Childhood Obesity 16(S2): S2-1–6. 

King, H., M. Magnus, L. Hedges, C. Cyr, D. Young-Hyman, L. Kettel Khan, ... M. Schwartz. 2020. Childhood Obesity Evidence Base Project: Methods for taxonomy development for application in taxonomic meta-analysis. Childhood Obesity 16(S2): S2-7–20. 

Natesan Batley, P., T. Minka, and L. Hedges. 2020. Investigating immediacy in multiple-phase-change single-case experimental designs using a Bayesian unknown change-points model. Behavior Research Methods 52(4): 1714–28. 

Schauer, J., A. Kuyper, E. Hedberg, and L. Hedges. 2020. The effects of microsuppression on state education data quality. Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness 13(4): 794–815. 

Schauer, J., and L. Hedges. 2020. Assessing heterogeneity and power in replications of psychological experiments. Psychological Bulletin 146(8): 701–19.

Scott-Sheldon, L., L. Hedges, C. Cyr, D. Young-Hyman, L. Khan, M. Magnus, ... M. Schwartz. 2020. Childhood Obesity Evidence Base Project: A systematic review and meta-analysis of a new taxonomy of intervention components to improve weight status in children 2-5 years of age, 2005-2019. Childhood Obesity 16(S2): S2-21–48. 

Conwell, J., and S. Ispa-Landa. Forthcoming. Principals in urban schools under pressure: Relations with parents in the era of test-based accountability. Urban Education.

Ispa-Landa, S., and M. Oliver. 2020. Hybrid femininities: Making sense of sorority rankings and reputation. Gender & Society 34(6): 893–921. 

Jackson, C. K. 2020. The costs of cutting school spending. Education Next 20(4).

Blair, C., C. Kuzawa, and M. Willoughby. 2020. The development of executive function in early childhood is inversely related to change in body mass index: Evidence for an energetic tradeoff? Developmental Science 23(1): e12860.

Eisenberg, D., P. Rej, P. Duazo, D. Carba, M. Hayes, and C. Kuzawa. 2020. Testing for paternal influences on offspring telomere length in a human cohort in the Philippines. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 171(3): 520–28. 

Kuzawa, C. 2020. Pregnancy as an intergenerational conduit of adversity: How nutritional and psychosocial stressors reflect different historical timescales of maternal experience. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 36: 42–47. 

Kuzawa, C., L. Adair, S. Bechayda, J. Borja, D. Carba, P. Duazo, ... C. Ryan, and T. McDade. 2020. Evolutionary life history theory as an organising framework for cohort studies: Insights from the Cebu Longitudinal Health and Nutrition Survey. Annals of Human Biology 47(2): 94–105.

Ryan, C., and C. Kuzawa. 2020. Germline epigenetic inheritance: Challenges and opportunities for linking human paternal experience with offspring biology and health. Evolutionary Anthropology 29(4): 180–200. 

Thayer, Z., J. Rutherford, and C. Kuzawa. 2020. The Maternal Nutritional Buffering Model: An evolutionary framework for pregnancy nutritional intervention. Evolution, Medicine and Public Health 2020(1): 14–27. 

Gallego, F., O. Malamud, and C. Pop-Eleches. 2020. Parental monitoring and children's internet use: The role of information, control, and cues. Journal of Public Economics 188: 104208. 

Giustinelli, P., C. Manski, and F. Molinari. Forthcoming. Tail and center rounding of probabilistic expectations in the Health and Retirement Study. Journal of Econometrics.

Manski, C. 2020. Forming COVID-19 policy under uncertainty. Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis 11(3): 341–56.

Manski, C. 2020. Judicial and clinical decision-making under uncertainty. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics 176(1): 33–43. 

Manski, C. 2020. The lure of incredible certitude. Economics and Philosophy 36(2): 216–45.

Manski, C. 2020. Toward credible patient-centered meta-analysis. Epidemiology 31(3): 345–52. 

Manski, C. 2020. Toward reasonable patient care under uncertainty. Contemporary Economic Policy 38(2): 227–45.

Aristizabal, M., I. Anreiter, T. Halldorsdottir, C. Odgers, T. McDade, A. Goldenberg, ... K. O'Donnell. 2020. Biological embedding of experience: A primer on epigenetics. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 117(38): 23261–69.

McDade, T., A. Miller, T. Tran, A. Borders, and G. Miller. Forthcoming. A highly sensitive multiplex immunoassay for inflammatory cytokines in dried blood spots. American Journal of Human Biology e23558.

McDade, T., and A. Sancilio. 2020. Beyond serosurveys: Human biology and the measurement of SARS-Cov-2 antibodies. American Journal of Human Biology 32(5): e23483.

McDade, T., E. McNally, A. Zelikovich, R. D'Aquila, B. Mustanski, A. Miller, L. Vaught, N. Reiser, E. Bogdanovic, K. Fallon, and A. Demonbreun. 2020. High seroprevalence for SARS-CoV-2 among household members of essential workers detected using a dried blood spot assay. PloS ONE 15(8): e0237833. 

McDade, T., J. Borja, N. Lee, C. Aquino, T. Barrett, L. Adair, and C. Kuzawa. 2020. C-reactive protein response to influenza vaccination predicts cardiovascular disease risk in the Philippines. Biodemography and Social Biology 65(1): 88–96.

Pearson, A., K. Pfeiffer, J. Gardiner, T. Horton, R. Buxton, ... T. McDade. 2020. Study of active neighborhoods in Detroit (StAND):Study protocol for a natural experiment evaluating the health benefits of ecological restoration of parks. BMC Public Health 20(1): Article 638.

Finkel, E., C. Bail, M. Cikara, P. Ditto, S. Iyengar, S. Klar,M. McGrath, … C. Wang, and J. Druckman. 2020. Political sectarianism in America: A poisonous cocktail of othering, aversion, and moralization poses a threat to democracy. Science 370(6516): 533–36. 

Brody, G., T. Yu, G. Miller, and E. Chen. 2020. A family-centered prevention ameliorates the associations of low self-control during childhood with employment income and poverty status in young African American adults. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines 61(4):425–35. 

Caplan, M., L. Keenan-Devlin, A. Freedman, W. Grobman, P. Wadhwa, C. Buss, G. Miller, and A. Borders. 2020. Lifetime psychosocial stress exposure associated with hypertensive disorders of pregnancy. American Journal of Perinatology 1–12.

Cohen, S., J. Chiang, D. Janicki-Deverts, and G. Miller. 2020. Good relationships with parents during childhood as buffers of the association between childhood disadvantage and adult susceptibility to the common cold. Psychosomatic Medicine 82(6):538–47.

Ehrlich, K., G. Miller, F. Rogosch, and D. Cicchetti. 2020. Maltreatment exposure across childhood and low-grade inflammation: Considerations of exposure type, timing, and sex differences. Developmental Psychobiology 63(3): 529–37.

 

Freedman, A., J. Goldstein, G. Miller, A. Borders, L. Keenan-Devlin, and L. Ernst. 2020. Seasonal variation of chronic villitis of unknown etiology. Pediatric and Developmental Pathology 23(4): 253–59.

Jenkins, L., J. Chiang, K. Vause, L. Hoffer, K. Alpert, T. Parrish, L. Wang, and G. Miller. 2020. Subcortical structural variations associated with low socioeconomic status in adolescents. Human Brain Mapping 41(1): 162–71.

Jenkins, L., J. Chiang, K. Vause, L. Hoffer, K. Alpert, T. Parrish, G. Miller, and L. Wang. 2020. Outward subcortical curvature associated with sub-clinical depression symptoms in adolescents. NeuroImage: Clinical 25: 102187.

Landeo-Gutierrez, J., E. Forno, G. Miller, and J. Celedón. 2020. Exposure to violence, psychosocial stress, and asthma. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 201(8): 917–22.

Miller, G., E. Chen, T. Yu, and G. Brody. 2020. Youth who achieve upward socioeconomic mobility display lower psychological distress but higher metabolic syndrome rates as adults: Prospective evidence from Add Health and MIDUS. Journal of the American Heart Association 9(9): e015698.   

Prather, A., S. Pressman, G. Miller, and S. Cohen. 2020. Temporal links between self-reported sleep and antibody responses to the influenza vaccine. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine 28: 151–58.

Stevens, E., Y. Han, F. Rosser, E. Forno, E. Acosta-Pérez, G. Miller, G. Canino, and J. Celedón. 2021. Maternal depressive symptoms, lung function, and severe asthma exacerbations in Puerto Rican children. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice. 9(3): 1319–26.e3

Morel, D. and S. Nuamah. 2020. Who governs? How shifts in political power shape perceptions of local government services. Urban Affairs Review 56(5):1503–28.

Nuamah, S. 2020. The paradox of educational attitudes: Racial differences in public opinion on school closure. Journal of Urban Affairs 42(4): 554–70.

Boland, E., J. Goldschmied, E. Wakschal, R. Nusslock, and P. Gehrman. 2020. An integrated sleep and reward processing model of major depressive disorder. Behavior Therapy 51(4): 572–87.

Damme, K., L. Alloy, C. Young, N. Kelley, J. Chein, ... R. Nusslock. 2020. Amygdala subnuclei volume in bipolar spectrum disorders: Insights from diffusion-based subsegmentation and a high-risk design. Human Brain Mapping 41(12): 3358–69.

Langenecker, S., L. Kling, N. Crane, S. Gorka, R. Nusslock, K. Damme, ... K. Luan Phan. 2020. Anticipation of monetary reward in amygdala, insula, caudate are predictors of pleasure sensitivity to d-Amphetamine administration. Drug and Alcohol Dependence 206: 107725.

Moriarity, D., T. Ng, M. Titone, I. Chat, R. Nusslock, G. Miller, and L. Alloy. 2020. Reward responsiveness and ruminative styles interact to predict inflammation and mood symptomatology. Behavior Therapy 51(5): 829–42. 

Young, K., A. Hasratian, C. Parsons, R. Zinbarg, R. Nusslock, S. Bookheimer, and M. Craske. 2020. Positive social feedback alters emotional ratings and reward valuation of neutral faces. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 73(7): 1066–1081.

Ciomek, A., A. Braga, and A. Papachristos. 2020. The influence of firearms trafficking on gunshot injuries in a co-offending network. Social Science and Medicine 259: 113114.

Desmond, M., A. Papachristos, and D. Kirk. 2020. Evidence of the effect of police violence on citizen crime reporting. American Sociological Review 85(1): 184–90.

Lewis, K., and A. Papachristos. 2020. Rules of the game: Exponential random graph models of a gang homicide network. Social Forces 98(4): 1829–58.

Wang, E., C. Riley, G. Wood, A. Greene, N. Horton, … A. Papachristos, and N. Roy. 2020. Building community resilience to prevent and mitigate community impact of gun violence: Conceptual framework and intervention design. BMJ Open 10: e040277.

Wood, G., T. Tyler, and A. Papachristos. 2020. Procedural justice training reduces police use of force and complaints against officers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 117(18): 9815–21.

Zhao, L., and A. Papachristos. 2020. Network position and police who shoot. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 687(1): 89–112.

Prasad, M. 2020. Piketty and the Gilded Age. Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era 19(2): 1–5.

Quillian, L., J. Lee, and B. Honoré. 2020. Racial discrimination in the U.S. housing and mortgage lending markets: A quantitative review of trends, 1976–2016. Race and Social Problems 12(1): 13–28.

Quillian, L., J. Lee, and M. Oliver. 2020. Evidence from field experiments in hiring shows substantial additional racial discrimination after the callback. Social Forces 99(2): 732–59. 

Redbird, B., and A. Escamilla-Garcia. 2020. Borders within borders: The impact of occupational licensing on immigrant incorporation. Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 6(1): 22–45. 

Legette, K., L. O. Rogers, and C. Warren. Forthcoming. Humanizing student–teacher relationships for Black children: Implications for teachers’ social–emotional training. Urban Education.

Marks, A. K., E. Calzada, L. Kiang, M. Pabón Gautier, S. Martinez-Fuentes, N. Tuitt, … L.O. Rogers, C. Williams, and A. Umaña-Taylor. 2020. Applying the lifespan model of ethnic-racial identity: Exploring affect, behavior, and cognition to promote well-being. Research in Human Development. 17(2-3): 154–76.

Nielson, M., C. Martin, L. O. Rogers, C. Miller, and D. England. 2020. Quantifying gender norm resistance. Journal of Adolescence 84: 219–29.

Rogers, L. O. 2020. “I'm Kind of a Feminist”: Using master narratives to analyze gender identity in middle childhood. Child Development 91(1): 179–96.

Rogers, L. O., C. Griffin, and C. Warren. Forthcoming. Race and social emotional learning for Black students in urban schooling contexts. Urban Education.

Rogers, L. O., and D. Brooms. 2020. Ideology and identity among white male teachers in an all-Black, all-male high school. American Educational Research Journal 57(1): 440–70.

Rogers, L. O., L. Kiang, L. White, E. Calzada, A. Umaña-Taylor, C. Byrd, ... and N. Whitesell. 2020. Persistent concerns: Questions for research on ethnic-racial identity development. Research in Human Development 17(2-3): 130–53.

Rogers, L. O., R. Yang, N. Way, S. Weinberg, and A. Bennet. 2020. “We're supposed to look like girls, but act like boys”: Adolescent girls’ adherence to masculinity norms. Journal of Research on Adolescence 30: 270–85.

Williams, C, C. Byrd, S. Quintana, C. Anicama, L. Kiang, A. Umaña-Taylor, … L. O. Rogers, and N. Whitesell. 2020. A lifespan model of ethnic-racial identity. Research in Human Development. 17(2-3): 99–129. 

Ilic, G., J. Rosenbaum, I. Matthies, and L. Meissner. 2020. The college counseling dilemma: Information and/or advice? Phi Delta Kappan 102(2): 40–43.

Sabol, T., E. Ross, and A. Frost. 2020. Are all Head Start classrooms created equal? Variation in classroom quality within Head Start centers and implications for accountability systems. American Educational Research Journal 57(2): 504–34.

Sommer, T., C. Gomez, H. Yoshikawa, T. Sabol, E. Chor, A. Sanchez, P. L. Chase-Lansdale, and J. Brooks-Gunn. 2020. Head Start, two-generation ESL services, and parent engagement. Early Childhood Research Quarterly 52: 63–73. 

Sommer, T., W. Schneider, E. Chor, T. SabolP. L. Chase-Lansdale, J. Brooks-Gunn, H. Yoshikawa, A. Morris, and C. King. 2020. A two-generation education intervention and children’s attendance in Head Start. Child Development 91(6): 1916–33.

Rossin-Slater, M., M. Schnell, H. Schwandt, S. Trejo, and L. Uniat. 2020. Local exposure to school shootings and youth antidepressant use. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 117(38): 23484–89. 

Currie, J., H. Schwandt, and J. Thuilliez. 2020. Pauvreté, Egalité, Mortalité: Mortality (in)equality in France and the United States. Journal of Population Economics 33(1): 197–231.

Canna, M., and R. Seligman. 2020. Dealing with the unknown. Functional neurological disorder (FND) and the conversion of cultural meaning. Social Science and Medicine 246: 112725.

Ojalehto Mays, B., R. Seligman, and D. Medin. 2020. Cognition beyond the human: Cognitive psychology and the new animism. Ethos 48(1): 50–73.

Neely, J., S. Stein, and B. Spencer. 2020. Large uncertainties in earthquake stress-drop estimates and their tectonic consequences. Seismological Research Letters 91(4): 2320–29.

Salditch, L., S. Stein, J. Neely, B. Spencer, E. Brooks, A. Agnon, and M. Liu. 2020. Earthquake supercycles and long-term fault memory. Tectonophysics 774: 228289.

Karol, D., and C. Thurston. 2020. From personal to partisan: Abortion, party, and religion among California state legislators. Studies in American Political Development 34(1): 91–109.

Michener, J., M. Sorelle, and C. Thurston. Forthcoming. From the margins to the center: A bottom-up approach to welfare state scholarship. Perspectives on Politics.

Thurston, C. 2020. Hidden fees? The hidden state framework and the reform prospects for systems of monetary sanctions. UCLA Criminal Justice Law Review 4(1): 283–92.

Kowalski, S., J. Taylor, K. Askinas, Q. Wang, Q. Zhang, W. Maddix, and E. Tipton. 2020. Examining factors contributing to variation in effect size estimates of teacher outcomes from studies of science teacher professional development. Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness 13(3): 430–58.

Pinto, D., S. Prabhakaran, E. Tipton, and A. Naidech. 2020. Why physicians prescribe prophylactic seizure medications after intracerebral hemorrhage: An adaptive conjoint analysis. Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases 29(4): 104628.

He, A., S. Huang, S. Waxman, and S. Arunachalam. 2020. Two-year-olds consolidate verb meanings during a nap. Cognition 198: 104205.

Kadlaskar, G., S. Waxman, and A. Seidl. 2020. Does human touch facilitate object categorization in 6-to-9-month-old infants? Brain Sciences 10(12): 940. 

LaTourrette, A., and S. Waxman. 2020. An object lesson: Objects, non-objects, and the power of conceptual construal in adjective extension. Language Learning and Development. https://doi.org/10.1080/15475441.2020.1847651

LaTourrette, A., and S. Waxman. 2020. Naming guides how 12-month-old infants encode and remember objects. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 117(35):21230–4.

Novack, M., and S. Waxman. 2020. Becoming human: Human infants link language and cognition, but what about the other great apes? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 375(1789): 20180408.

Taverna, A., D. Medin, and S. Waxman. 2020. Tracing culture in children’s thinking: A socioecological framework in understanding nature (Rastreando la cultura en el pensamiento infantil: una socioecología para comprender la naturaleza). Infancia y Aprendizaje 43(2): 247–70.

Taverna, A., and S. Waxman. 2020. Early lexical acquisition in the Wichi language. Journal of Child Language 47(5): 1052–72.

Benzaken, C., J. Miller, M. Onono, and S. Young. 2020. Development of a cumulative metric of vaccination adherence behavior and its application among a cohort of 12-month-olds in western Kenya. Vaccine 38(18): 3429–35.

Boateng, G., C. Workman, J. Miller, M. Onono, T. Neilands, and S. Young. In press (Available online 15 May 2020). The syndemic effects of food insecurity, water insecurity, and HIV on depressive symptomatology among Kenyan women. Social Science and Medicine

Brewis, A., C. Workman, A. Wutich, W. Jepson, S. Young, and Household Water Insecurity Experiences – Research Coordination Network (HWISE-RCN). 2020. Household water insecurity is strongly associated with food insecurity: Evidence from 27 sites in low- and middle-income countries. American Journal of Human Biology 32(1): e23309.

Finkelstein, J., H. Herman, A. Plenty, S. Mehta, P. Natureeba, T. Clark, … and S. Young. 2020. Anemia and micronutrient status during pregnancy, and their associations with obstetric and infant outcomes among HIV-infected Ugandan women receiving antiretroviral therapy. Current Developments in Nutrition 4(5): nzaa075.

Hannah, D., I. Lynch, F. Mao, J. Miller, S. Young, and S. Krause. 2020. Water and sanitation for all in a pandemic. Nature Sustainability 3(10): 773–75.

Lane, C., E. Widen, S. Collins, and S. Young. 2020. HIV-exposed, uninfected infants in Uganda experience poorer growth and body composition trajectories than HIV-unexposed infants. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 85(2): 138–47.

Meehan, K., W. Jepson, L. Harris, A. Wutich, M. Beresford, A. Fencl, … and S. Young. 2020. Exposing the myths of household water insecurity in the global north: A critical review. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 7(6): e1486.

Miller, J., J. Vonk, C. Staddon, and S. Young. 2020. Is household water insecurity a link between water governance and well-being? A multi-site analysis. Journal of Water Sanitation and Hygiene for Development 10(2): 320–34. 

Murnane, P., J. Miller, E. Tuthill, S. Collins, T. Neilands, M. Onono, … and S. Young. 2020. Perinatal food insecurity and postpartum psychosocial stress are positively associated among Kenyan women of mixed HIV Status. AIDS and Behavior 24(6): 1632–42.

Rosinger, A., A. Brewis, A. Wutich, W. Jepson, C. Staddon, J. Stoler, and S. Young. 2020. Water borrowing is consistently practiced globally and is associated with water-related system failures across diverse environments. Global Environmental Change 64: 102148.

Rosinger, A., and S. Young. 2020. In-home tap water consumption trends changed among U.S. children, but not adults, between 2007 and 2016. Water Resources Research 56(7): e2020WR027657.

Rosinger, A., and S. Young. 2020. The toll of household water insecurity on health and human biology: Current understandings and future directions. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 7(6):  e1468.

Samburu, B., S. Young, F. Wekesah, M. Wanjohi, J. Kimiywe, P. Muriuki, ... and E. Kimani-Murage. 2020. Effectiveness of the baby-friendly community initiative in promoting exclusive breastfeeding among HIV negative and positive mothers: A randomized controlled trial in Koibatek Sub-County, Baringo, Kenya. International Breastfeeding Journal 15(1): Article 62.

Schuster, R., M. Butler, A. Wutich, J. Miller, S. Young, and Household Water Insecurity Experiences-Research Coordination Network (HWISE-RCN). 2020. “If there is no water, we cannot feed our children”: The far-reaching consequences of water insecurity on infant feeding practices and infant health across 16 low- and middle-income countries. American Journal of Human Biology 32(1): e23357.

Staddon, C., M. Everard, J. Mytton, T. Octavianti, W. Powell, N. Quinn, ... S. Young, J. Miller, ... and J. Mizniak. 2020. Water insecurity compounds the global coronavirus crisis. Water International 45(5): 416–22.

Stoler, J., A. Pearson, C. Staddon, A. Wutich, M. Boivin, G. Carrillo, ... the Household Water Insecurity Experiences (HWISE) Research Coordination Network: ... S. Young, and H. Zinab. 2020. Cash water expenditures are associated with household water insecurity, food insecurity, and perceived stress in study sites across 20 low- and middle-income countries. Science of the Total Environment 716: 135881.

Tesfaye, Y., K. Maes, R. Abesha, S. Young, J. Snyder, A. Gebremariam, and M. Freeman. 2020. How do rural Ethiopians rate the severity of water insecurity scale items? Implications for water insecurity measurement and interventions. Human Organization 79(2): 95–106.

Thavarajah, W., M. Verosloff, J. Jung, K. Alam, J. Miller, M. Jewett, S. Young, and J. Lucks. 2020. A primer on emerging field-deployable synthetic biology tools for global water quality monitoring. npj Clean Water 3(1):18.

Tuthill, E, J. Miller, S. Collins, E. Widen, M. Onono, and S. Young. 2020. HIV infection, hunger, breastfeeding self-efficacy, and depressive symptoms are associated with exclusive breastfeeding to six months among women in western Kenya: A longitudinal observational study. International Breastfeeding Journal 15(1):4.

Venkataramanan, V., D. Lopez, D. McCuskey, D. Kiefus, R. McDonald, W. Miller, A. Packman, and S. Young. 2020. Knowledge, attitudes, intentions, and behavior related to green infrastructure for flood management: A systematic literature review. Science of the Total Environment 720:137606.

Venkataramanan, V., J. Geere, B. Thomae, J. Stoler, P. Hunter, and S. Young. 2020. In pursuit of “safe” water: The burden of personal injury from water fetching in 21 low-income and middle-income countries. BMJ Global Health 5(10): e003328.

Venkataramanan, V., S. Collins, K. Clark, J. Yeam, V. Nowakowski, and S. Young. 2020. Coping strategies for individual and household-level water insecurity: A systematic review. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 7(5): e1477.

Wang, M., J. Miller, S. Collins, M. Santoso, P. Wekesa, H. Okochi, … and S. Young. 2020. Social support mitigates negative impact of food insecurity on antiretroviral adherence among postpartum women in Western Kenya. AIDS and Behavior 24(10): 2885–94.

Wies, J., A. Mays, S. Collins, and S. Young. 2020. “As long as we have the mine, we'll have water:” Exploring water insecurity in Appalachia. Annals of Anthropological Practice 44(1): 65–76.

Workman, C., A. Brewis, A. Wutich, S. Young, J. Stoler, and J. Kearns. 2020. Understanding biopsychosocial health outcomes of syndemic water and food insecurity: Applications for global health. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 104(1): 8–11. 

Young, S., J. Miller, E. Frongillo, G. Boateng, Z. Jamaluddine, T. Neilands, and the Household Water Insecurity Experiences (HWISE) Research Coordination Network. 2020. Validity of a four-item household water insecurity experiences scale for assessing water issues related to health and well-being. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 104(1): 391–94.  

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