- Positively biased appraisals in everyday life: when do they benefit mental health and when do they harm it?Journal of personality and social psychology, 2011
- Concerns Expressed by Parents of Children with Pervasive Developmental Disorders for Different Time Periods of the Day: A Case-Control Study.PLoS ONE, 2015
- 'Help me! I'm old!' How negative aging stereotypes create dependency among older adults.Aging and mental health, 2010
- Non-pharmacological interventions on cognitive functions in older people with mild cognitive impairment (MCI).Archives of gerontology and geriatrics, 2012
- Intraspecies competition for niches in the distal gut dictate transmission during persistent Salmonella infection.PLOS pathogens, 2014
- Common germline polymorphisms associated with breast cancer specific survival.Breast cancer research, 2015
- Impact of clinical decision support on head computed tomography use in patients with mild traumatic brain injury in the ED.The American journal of emergency medicine, 2015
- Management of Unplanned Excision for Soft-Tissue Sarcoma With Preoperative Radiotherapy Followed by Definitive Resection.American journal of clinical oncology, 2014
- Structural competency: theorizing a new medical engagement with stigma and inequality.Social science & medicine, 2014
- How technology has changed diabetes management and what it has failed to achieve.Diabetes & metabolism, 2011
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