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Assistant Policy Researcher, RAND, and Ph.D. Student, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Ph.D. Candidate, Pardee RAND Graduate School, and Assistant Policy Researcher, RAND
Sex differences in predictors of smoking cessation were investigated among 337 male and 490 female participants in the RAND adolescent panel study.
Jan 1, 2001
The author examines how these trends are related to changes in the distribution of wages and hours and the returns to education.
These data support the efficacy of both testosterone and high protein supplements as independent treatments for HIV-related weight loss.
Examines whether significant body cell mass depletion related to HIV is associated with declines in physical health and psychological well-being.
Jan 1, 2000
Health research has failed to adequately explore the combination of social and biological sources of differences it men's and women's health.
Jan 1, 1999
Older men in a randomly selected, population based sample do not have perfectly normal urinary continence, bowel function or sexual potency.
Findings indicate that both the protection and selection scenarios help explain the marriage advantage.
Jan 1, 1998
Rising economic inequality has significant implications on young men's timing of marriage. In particular, the pace of marriage formation depends on the difficulty of the male's career transition as well as on race and schooling.
Aug 1, 1997
Assesses the extent to which 523 medical and mental health clinicians tend to diagnose depression differentially on the basis of gender of 23,101 patients.
Dec 1, 1991