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Christine Bachrach Publications

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 23 references in this bibliography folder.

Realmuto, L, Daniel, S, Jasani, F, Weiss, L, and Bachrach, C (2019).
Developing population health scientists: Findings from an evaluation of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society Scholars Program
Population Health, 7:1-7.

Bachrach, C and Daley, D (2017).
Shaping a New Field: Three Key Challenges for Population Health Science.
American Journal of Public Health, 107(2):251-252.

Rackin, H and Bachrach, C (2016).
Assessing the Predictive Value of Fertility Expectations through a Cognitive –Social Model
Population Research and Policy Review, 35(4): 527-551.

Adler, N, Bachrach, C, and Prather, A (2015).
Physical Health and Health Behavior
Journal of Economic and Social Measurement, 40(1-4): 357-374.

Bachrach, C (2014).
Culture and Demography: From Reluctant Bedfellows to Committed Partners
Demography, 51(1):3-25.

Adler, N, Bachrach, C, Daley, D, and Frisco, M (2013).
Building the science for a population health movement
Miscellaneous publication, Discussion Paper, Institute of Medicine, Washington, DC..

Bachrach, C (2013).
The Contribution of a National Network of Social Observatories to Improving Population Health
Miscellaneous publication, social Observatory Coordinating Network White Paper.

Bachrach, C and Morgan, S (2013).
A Cognitive-Social Model of Fertility Intentions
Population and Development Review, 39(3):459-485.

Bachrach, C, Compernolle, L, Helfferich, C, Lindahl, K, and Van der Vlugt, I (2012).
Unplanned pregnancy and abortion in the United States and Europe: Why so different?
Miscellaneous publication.

Bachrach, C and Morgan, S (2011).
Further Reflections on the Theory of Planned Behavior and Fertility Research
Vienna Yearbook of Population Research, 9:71-74.

Bachrach, C, Smock, P, and Hoelter, L (2011).
Social Class and the Timing and Context of Childbearing
In: Understanding Family Change and Variation: Towards a Theory of Conjunctural Action, ed. by Johnson-Hanks, et al. Springer, New York, chap. *, pp. *.

Johnson-Hanks, J, Bachrach, C, Kohler, H, and Morgan, S (2011).
Understanding Family Change and Variation: Towards a Theory of Conjunctural Action
Springer, New York.

Morgan, S and Bachrach, C (2011).
Is the Theory of Planned Behavior an Appropriate Model for Human Fertility?
Vienna Yearbook of Population Research, 9:11-18.

Bachrach, C and Kramer, B (2010).
Healthy People 2020: The Vital Role of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research in Disease Prevention
Miscellaneous publication, From the Director, NIH Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research.

Bachrach, C and Spittel, M (2010).
Developing a Plan for Data Sharing
In: How to Write a Successful Research Grant Application: A Guide for Social and Behavioral Scientists, ed. by W Pequegnat, E Stover, C Boyce. Springer, New York, chap. *, pp. *.

Bachrach, C (2009).
Understanding the Puzzle Pieces of the Obesity Epidemic
Miscellaneous publication, From the Director, NIH Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research.

Bachrach, C (2009).
Understanding Health and Behavior in Bits and Bytes
Miscellaneous publication, From the Director, NIH Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research.

Bachrach, C and Kramer, B (2009).
Healthy People 2020: Putting Behavioral and Social Sciences Research into Action to Improve Health
Miscellaneous publication, From the Director, NIH Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research.

Bell, S, Newcomer, S, Bachrach, C, Borawski, E, Jemmott III, J, Morrison, D, Stanton, B, and Zimmerman, R (2007).
Challenges in Replicating Interventions
Journal of Adolescent Health, 40(6):514-520.

Seltzer, J, Bachrach, C, Bianchi, S, Bledsoe, C, Casper, L, Chase-Lansdale, P, DiPrete, T, Hotz, V, Morgan, S, Sanders, S, and Thomas, D (2005).
Explaining Family Change and Variation: Challenges for Family Demographers
Journal of Marriage and Family, 67(4):789-1101.

Bachrach, C and Ables, R (2003).
Social Science and Health Research: Growth at the National Institutes of Health
American Journal of Public Health, 94(1):22-28.

Bachrach, C and McNicoll, G (2003).
Causal Analysis in the Population Sciences: A Symposium - Introduction
Population and Development Review, 29(3):443-447.

Bachrach, C and Newcomer, S (2002).
Addressing Bias in Intervention Research: Summary of a Workshop
Journal of Adolescent Health, 31:311-321.

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