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Journal Articles Published Recently by CDE Affiliates, 2023 (Partial List)


Flórez-García, Victor Alfonso, E. C. Guevara-Romero, M. M. Hawkins, Leonelo E. Bautista, T. E. Jenson, J. Yu, and A. E. Kalkbrenner. “Cadmium exposure and risk of breast cancer: A meta-analysis.Environmental Research 219 (2023): 115109.

Cai, Julie Y., Christopher Wimer, Lawrence Berger, and Matthew Maury. “Intra-year employment instability and economic well-being among urban households: Mitigating effects of the social safety net.Children and Youth Services Review 148 (2023): 106855.

Besbris, Max, and Elizabeth Korver-Glenn. “Value fluidity and value anchoring: race, intermediaries and valuation in two housing markets.” Socio-Economic Review 21, no. 1 (2023): 79-98.

Ahrens, Katherine, Michael Sharbaugh, Marian P. Jarlenski, Lu Tang, Lindsay Allen, Anna E. Austin, Andrew J. Barnes et al. (Marguerite Burns) “Prevalence of testing for HIV, HBV, and HCV among Medicaid enrollees treated with medications for opioid use disorder in 11 states, 2016-2019.” Clinical Infectious Diseases (2023).

Hughes, Michelle M., Kelly A. Shaw, Mary E. Patrick, Monica DiRienzo, Amanda V. Bakian, Deborah A. Bilder, Maureen S. Durkin et al. “Adolescents With Autism Spectrum Disorder: Diagnostic Patterns, Co-occurring Conditions, and Transition Planning.” Journal of Adolescent Health (2023).

Keller, Tamás, Jinho Kim, and Felix Elwert. “Peer effects on academic self-concept: a large randomized field experiment.” European Sociological Review (2023).

Vasiljevic, Eva, Rebecca Langhough Koscik, Erin Jonaitis, Tobey Betthauser, Sterling C. Johnson, and Corinne D. Engelman. “Cognitive trajectories diverge by genetic risk in a preclinical longitudinal cohort.” Alzheimer’s & Dementia (2023).

Amin, Vikesh, Jason M. Fletcher, Qiongshi Lu, and Jie Song. “Re-examining the relationship between education and adult mental health in the UK: A research note.” Economics of Education Review 93 (2023): 102354.

Zavadskaya, Margarita, and Theodore Gerber. “Rise and Fall: Social Science in Russia before and after the War.” Post-Soviet Affairs (2023): 1-13.

Grainger, Corbett A.  Comment on” Building a Microdata Infrastructure to Study Environmental Risk and Inequality: The Census Environmental Impacts Frame”. No. c14834. National Bureau of Economic Research, 2023.

Masiano, Steven P., Bienvenu Kawende, Noro Lantoniaina Rosa Ravelomanana, Tiffany L. Green, Bassam Dahman, Harsha Thirumurthy, April D. Kimmel, and Marcel Yotebieng. “Economic costs and cost-effectiveness of conditional cash transfers for the uptake of services for the prevention of vertical HIV transmissions in a resource-limited setting.” Social Science & Medicine (2023): 115684.

Grant, Annaliese, Eric Grodsky, Maria Velazquez, Helen Rose Miesner, Elizabeth E. Blair, and Lyn Macgregor. “Individual adjustments for many and structural change for some: Teacher and school responses to classed out‐of‐school responsibilities.” Children & Society 37, no. 2 (2023): 598-615.

Lands, Madison, Emma Carpenter, Taryn Valley, Laura Jacques, and Jenny Higgins. ““Am I the Only One Who Feels Like This?”: Needs Expressed Online by Abortion Seekers.Social Work 68, no. 2 (2023): 103-111.

Kang, Hyunseung. “Summarising multiple bounds of the average causal effect in Mendelian randomisation.” Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology (2023).

Kaplan, David, Jianshen Chen, Weicong Lyu, and Sinan Yavuz. “Bayesian historical borrowing with longitudinal large-scale assessments.” Large-scale Assessments in Education 11, no. 1 (2023): 1-30.

Gormley Jr, William T., Sara Amadon, Katherine Magnuson, Amy Claessens, and Douglas Hummel-Price. “Universal Pre-K and College Enrollment: Is There a Link?.” AERA Open 9 (2023): 23328584221147893.

Uggen, Christopher, Jason Schnittker, Sarah Shannon, and Michael Massoglia. “The contingent effect of incarceration on state health outcomes.” SSM-Population Health 21 (2023): 101322.

Mullahy, John. Partial Identification of Treatment-Effect Distributions with Count-Valued Outcomes. No. w31005. National Bureau of Economic Research, 2023.

Pac, Jessica, Sophie Collyer, Lawrence Berger, Kirk O’Brien, Elizabeth Parker, Peter Pecora, Whitney Rostad, Jane Waldfogel, and Christopher Wimer. “The Effects of Child Poverty Reductions on Child Protective Services Involvement.Social Service Review 97, no. 1 (2023): 43-91.

Merten, Natascha, Amy A. Schultz, Matthew C. Walsh, Suzanne W. van Landingham, Paul E. Peppard, Carol DS Ryff, and Kristen C. Malecki. “Psychological Distress and Well-Being Among Sensory Impaired Individuals During COVID-19 Lockdown Measures.Annals of Epidemiology (2023).

Rauf, Tamkinat. “Mental Health Effects of Income over the Adult Life Course.Socius (2023).

Premo, Elizabeth, Alejandra Ros Pilarz, and Ying-Chun Lin. “Pre-kindergarten teachers’ family engagement practices and English Language Learners’ attendance and early learning skills: Exploring the role of the linguistic context. Early Childhood Research Quarterly 63 (2023): 1-14.

Rey, Federico, Kazuyuki Kasahara, Robert Kerby, Tzu-Wen Cross, Jessica Everhart, Colin Kay, Bradley Bolling, and Fredrik Bäckhed. “Gut microbiota and diet matrix modulate the effects of the flavonoid quercetin on atherosclerosis.” Research Square (2023).

Deutschmann, Joshua W., Jared Gars, Jean-François Houde, Molly Lipscomb, and Laura Schechter. “Privatization of public goods: Evidence from the sanitation sector in Senegal.Journal of Development Economics 160 (2023): 102971.

Senderowicz, Leigh, Brooke W. Bullington, Nathalie Sawadogo, Katherine Tumlinson, Ana Langer, Abdramane Soura, Pascal Zabré, and Ali Sié. “Assessing the Suitability of Unmet Need as a Proxy for Access to Contraception and Desire to Use it.” Studies in Family Planning (2023).

Patnaik, Arpita, Gwyn C. Pauley, Joanna Venator, and Matthew J. Wiswall. The Impacts of Same and Opposite Gender Alumni Speakers on Interest in Economics. No. w30983. National Bureau of Economic Research, 2023.

Flores, Manuel, and Barbara L. Wolfe. “The Influence of Early-Life Health Conditions on Life Course Health.” Demography 60, no. 2 (2023): 431-459.

Davis, Bridgette, and Marci Ybarra. “Can Case-Management Teams Solve the Dilemmas of the Street-Level Bureaucrat? Evidence from a Nonprofit Case Study.” Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership & Governance (2023): 1-24.