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Stephanie T. Child, Ph.D.

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  1. Child S, Ruppel EH, Zhong M, Lawton L. Direct and Moderating Causal Effects of Network Support on Sleep Quality: Findings From the UC Berkeley Social Network Study. Ann Behav Med. 2020 Sep 24. PMID: 32970789.
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  2. Child ST, Lawton LE. Personal networks and associations with psychological distress among young and older adults. Soc Sci Med. 2020 02; 246:112714. PMID: 31864967.
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  3. Child ST, Kaczynski AT, Walsemann KM, Fleischer N, McLain A, Moore S. Socioeconomic Differences in Access to Neighborhood and Network Social Capital and Associations With Body Mass Index Among Black Americans. Am J Health Promot. 2020 02; 34(2):150-160. PMID: 31665895.
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  4. Child ST, Walsemann KM, Kaczynski AT, Fleischer NL, McLain AC, Moore S. Personal network characteristics and body mass index: the role of education among Black Americans. J Public Health (Oxf). 2019 03 01; 41(1):130-137. PMID: 29447404.
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  5. Demir-Dagdas T, Child ST. Religious Affiliation, Informal Participation, and Network Support Associated With Substance Use: Differences Across Age Groups. Health Educ Behav. 2019 08; 46(4):656-665. PMID: 30786755.
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  6. Child ST, Lawton L. Loneliness and social isolation among young and late middle-age adults: Associations with personal networks and social participation. Aging Ment Health. 2019 02; 23(2):196-204. PMID: 29171764.
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  7. Child ST, Kaczynski AT, Fair ML, Stowe EW, Hughey SM, Boeckermann L, Wills S, Reeder Y. 'We need a safe, walkable way to connect our sisters and brothers': a qualitative study of opportunities and challenges for neighborhood-based physical activity among residents of low-income African-American communities. Ethn Health. 2019 05; 24(4):353-364. PMID: 28707547.
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  8. Boeckermann LM, Kaczynski AT, Child ST. Association of perceived physical and social attributes with neighborhood satisfaction among men and women in disadvantaged communities. Public Health. 2017 05; 146:148-151. PMID: 28404467.
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  9. Child ST, Schoffman DE, Kaczynski AT, Forthofer M, Wilcox S, Baruth M. Neighborhood Attributes Associated With the Social Environment. Am J Health Promot. 2016 11; 30(8):634-637. PMID: 26305608.
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  10. Schoffman DE, Kaczynski AT, Forthofer M, Wilcox S, Hutto B, Child ST, Hughey SM. Longitudinal associations with changes in outdoor recreation area use for physical activity during a community-based intervention. Prev Med. 2015 Sep; 78:29-32. PMID: 26096192.
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