Publications

The searchable list below includes peer-reviewed publications by CPC fellows, predoctoral trainees, postdoctoral scholars, and professional staff during the period of 2004 - present. 

Additional publications by our research projects and their collaborative communities may be found on their respective web sites such as:


Pearce, Lisa D. (2010). Religion and the Timing of First Births in the United States. In Ellison, Christopher G. & Hummer, Robert A. (Eds.), Religion, Families, and Health: Population-Based Research in the United States (pp. 19-39). New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press.

Rogers, Richard G.; Everett, Bethany G.; Zajacova, Anna; & Hummer, Robert A. (2010). Educational Degrees and Adult Mortality Risk in the United States. Biodemography and Social Biology, 56(1), 80-99. PMCID: PMC3184464

Rogers, Richard G.; Krueger, Patrick M.; & Hummer, Robert A. (2010). Religious Attendance and Cause-Specific Mortality in the United States. In Ellison, Christopher G. & Hummer, Robert A. (Eds.), Religion, Families, and Health: Population-Based Research in the United States (pp. 292-320). New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press.

Frisbie, W. Parker; Hummer, Robert A.; & McKinnon, Sarah A. (2009). Infant and Child Mortality. In Carr, Deborah S. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the Life Course and Human Development (pp. 262-8). Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA.

Hamilton, Erin R.; Villarreal, Andres; & Hummer, Robert A. (2009). Mother's, Household, and Community U.S. Migration Experience and Infant Mortality in Rural and Urban Mexico. Population Research and Policy Review, 28(2), 123-42. PMCID: PMC2677197

Hummer, Robert A.; & Chinn, Juanita J. (2009). Health Differentials/Disparities, Adulthood. In Carr, Deborah S. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the Life Course and Human Development (pp. 193-8). Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA.

Hummer, Robert A.; Rogers, Richard G.; Masters, Ryan K.; & Saint Onge, Jarron M. (2009). Mortality Patterns in Late Life. In Uhlenberg, Peter (Ed.), International Handbook of Population Aging (pp. 521-42). New York: Springer Netherlands.

Montez, Jennifer Karas; Hayward, Mark D.; Brown, Dustin C.; & Hummer, Robert A. (2009). Why Is the Educational Gradient of Mortality Steeper for Men? Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 64B(5), 625-34. PMCID: PMC2728089

Padilla, Yolanda C.; Hamilton, Erin R.; & Hummer, Robert A. (2009). Beyond the Epidemiological Paradox: The Health of Mexican-American Children at Age Five. Social Science Quarterly, 90(5), 1072-88. PMCID: PMC2805105

Zajacova, Anna; & Hummer, Robert A. (2009). Gender Differences in Education Effects on All-Cause Mortality for White and Black Adults in the United States. Social Science & Medicine, 69(4), 529-37. PMCID: PMC2730534

Liu, Hui; & Hummer, Robert A. (2008). Are Educational Differences in U.S. Self-Rated Health Increasing?: An Examination by Gender and Race. Social Science & Medicine, 67(11), 1898-906. PMCID: PMC2656569

Lochner, Kimberly; Hummer, Robert A.; Bartee, Stephanie; Wheatcroft, Gloria; & Cox, Christine. (2008). The Public-Use National Health Interview Survey Linked Mortality Files: Methods of Reidentification Risk Avoidance and Comparative Analysis. American Journal of Epidemiology, 168(3), 336-44. PMCID: PMC2727263

Reichman, Nancy E.; Hamilton, Erin R.; Hummer, Robert A.; & Padilla, Yolanda C. (2008). Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Low Birthweight among Urban Unmarried Mothers. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 12(2), 204-15.

Frisbie, W. Parker; & Hummer, Robert A. (2007). Race/Ethnicity, Health, and Mortality. In Ritzer, George (Ed.), The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology (pp. 3756-60). Oxford, England: Blackwell Publishing.

Frisbie, W. Parker; Hummer, Robert A.; Durden, T. Elizabeth; & YoungTae, Cho. (2007). Health Patterns of Pacific Islanders and Asians in the United States. In Ohtsuka, Ryutaro & Ulijaszek, Stanley J. (Eds.), Health Change in the Asia-Pacific Region: Biocultural and Epidemiological Approaches (pp. 192-218). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Hummer, Robert A. (2007). Immigration, Race/Ethnicity, and Health Care (Commentary). In Schaie, K. Warner & Uhlenberg, Peter (Eds.), Social Structures: Demographic Changes and the Well-Being of Older Persons (pp. 170-8). New York: Springer Publishing Company.

Hummer, Robert A.; & Lindsey, Nicole. (2007). Government Health Surveys. In Markides, Kyriakos S. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Health & Aging (pp. 249-51). Thousand Oaks, Calif.: SAGE Publications.

Hummer, Robert A.; Powers, Daniel A.; Pullum, Starling G.; Gossman, Ginger L.; & Frisbie, W. Parker. (2007). Paradox Found (Again): Infant Mortality among the Mexican-Origin Population in the United States. Demography, 44(3), 441-57. PMCID: PMC2031221

McKinnon, Sarah A.; & Hummer, Robert A. (2007). Education and Mortality Risk among Hispanic Adults in the United States. In Angel, Jacqueline L. & Whitfield, Keith E. (Eds.), The Health of Aging Hispanics: The Mexican-Origin Population (pp. 65-84). New York: Springer Science + Business Media.

Durden, T. Elizabeth; & Hummer, Robert A. (2006). Access to Healthcare among Working-Aged Hispanic Adults in the United States. Social Science Quarterly, 87(5), 1319-43.

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