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Akin, John S. (2001). Estimating the Impacts of Socio-Economic and Biomedical Factors on Child Health: The Cebu Study. In Cleland, John & Hill, Allan G. (Eds.), The Health Transition: Methods and Measures (pp. 407-28). Canberra, Australia: Australian National University.

Borja, Judith B.; & Barba, Corazon V. C. (2001). Assessing the Risks Associated with Adolescent Pregnancy in a Developing World Context. Philippine Quarterly of Culture and Society, 29(1/2), 133-47.

McDade, Thomas W.; & Adair, Linda S. (2001). Defining the "Urban" in Urbanization and Health: a Factor Analysis Approach. Social Science & Medicine, 53(1), 55-70.

McDade, Thomas W.; Beck, Melinda A.; Kuzawa, Christopher W.; & Adair, Linda S. (2001). Prenatal Undernutrition and Postnatal Growth Are Associated with Adolescent Thymic Function. Journal of Nutrition, 131(4), 1225-31.

McDade, Thomas W.; Beck, Melinda A.; Kuzawa, Christopher; & Adair, Linda S. (2001). Prenatal Undernutrition, Postnatal Environments, and Antibody Response to Vaccination in Adolescence. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 74(4), 543-8.

Rous, Jeffrey J. (2001). Is Breast-Feeding a Substitute for Contraception in Family Planning? Demography, 38(4), 497-512.

Wagstaff, Adam. (2000). Socioeconomic Inequalities in Child Mortality: Comparisons across Nine Developing Countries. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 78(1), 19-29.

Adair, Linda S. (1999). Filipino Children Exhibit Catch-up Growth from Age 2 to 12 Years. Journal of Nutrition, 129(6), 1140-8.

Avila, Josephine L.; & Perez, Lorna L. (1999). Are Women Saying the Same in Sample Surveys and In Depth Interviews? A Comparison of Survey and Interview Responses on Household Decision Making and Marital Relations. In Guerrero, Sylvia H. (Ed.), Selected Readings on Health and Feminist Research: a Sourcebook (pp. 191-220). Manila: University Center for Women's Studies, University of the Philippines.

Gultiano, Socorro A. (1999). Husbands' Views on Family Planning and Labor Force Participation of Wives in Metro Cebu, the Philippines. Philippine Quarterly of Culture and Society, 27(3/4 Special Issue: Everyday Life in the Central Visayas), 133-60.

Mendez, Michelle A.; & Adair, Linda S. (1999). Severity and Timing of Stunting in the First Two Years of Life Affect Performance on Cognitive Tests in Late Childhood. Journal of Nutrition, 129(8), 1555-62.

Guilkey, David K.; & Riphahn, Regina T. (1998). The Determinants of Child Mortality in the Philippines: Estimation of a Structural Model. Journal of Development Economics, 56(2), 281-305.

Hotchkiss, David R. (1998). The Tradeoff between Price and Quality of Services in the Philippines. Social Science & Medicine, 46(2), 227-42.

Miles-Doan, Rebecca; & Brewster, Karin L. (1998). The Impact of Type of Employment on Women's Use of Prenatal-Care Services and Family Planning in Urban Cebu, the Philippines. Studies in Family Planning, 29(1), 69-78.

Adair, Linda S.; & Guilkey, David K. (1997). Age-Specific Determinants of Stunting in Filipino Children. Journal of Nutrition, 127(2), 314-20.

Akin, John S.; & Rous, Jeffrey J. (1997). Effect of Provider Characteristics on Choice of Contraceptive Behavior: A Two-Equation Full-Information Maximum-Likelihood Estimation. Demography, 34(4), 513-23.

Borja, Judith B.; Adair, Linda S.; & Bisgrove, Eilene Z. (1997). Effects of Childbearing on Quality of Women's Lives. Liege, Belgium: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population [IUSSP].

Yoon, Paula W.; Black, Robert E.; Moulton, Lawrence H.; & Becker, Stan. (1997). The Effect of Malnutrition on the Risk of Diarrheal and Respiratory Mortality in Children <2 y of Age in Cebu, Philippines. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 65(4), 1070-7.

Zohoori, Namvar. (1997). Does Endogeneity Matter? A Comparison of Empirical Analyses with and without Control for Endogeneity. Annals of Epidemiology, 7(4), 258-66.

Zohoori, Namvar; & Savitz, David A. (1997). Econometric Approaches to Epidemiologic Data: Relating Endogeneity and Unobserved Heterogeneity to Confounding. Annals of Epidemiology, 7(4), 251-7.