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Robert Hummer
Robert Hummer
Department of Sociology and Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina
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Religious involvement and US adult mortality
RA Hummer, RG Rogers, CB Nam, CG Ellison
Demography 36 (2), 273-285, 1999
12461999
Fraternities and rape on campus
PY Martin, R Hummer
Rape And Society, 139-151, 2018
7162018
Immigration and the health of Asian and Pacific Islander adults in the United States
W Parker Frisbie, Y Cho, RA Hummer
American journal of epidemiology 153 (4), 372-380, 2001
6642001
Living and dying in the USA: Behavioral, health, and social differentials of adult mortality
RG Rogers, RA Hummer, CB Nam
Elsevier, 1999
5881999
Living and dying in the USA: Behavioral, health, and social differentials of adult mortality
RG Rogers, RA Hummer, CB Nam
Elsevier, 1999
5881999
Self-reported health and adult mortality risk: an analysis of cause-specific mortality
MR Benjamins, RA Hummer, IW Eberstein, CB Nam
Social science & medicine 59 (6), 1297-1306, 2004
5192004
Paradox found (again): infant mortality among the Mexican-origin population in the United States
RA Hummer, DA Powers, SG Pullum, GL Gossman, WP Frisbie
Demography 44 (3), 441-457, 2007
4402007
The role of discrimination and acculturative stress in the physical health of Mexican-origin adults
BK Finch, RA Hummer, B Kol, WA Vega
Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences 23 (4), 399-429, 2001
4212001
Validity of self-rated health among Latino (a) s
BK Finch, RA Hummer, M Reindl, WA Vega
American Journal of Epidemiology 155 (8), 755-759, 2002
3772002
Low birth weight, social factors, and developmental outcomes among children in the United States
JD Boardman, DA Powers, YC Padilla, RA Hummer
Demography 39 (2), 353-368, 2002
3572002
Nativity, Duration of Residence, and the Health of Hispanic Adults in the United States1
Y Cho, WP Frisbie, RA Hummer, RG Rogers
International Migration Review 38 (1), 184-211, 2004
3542004
The effect of educational attainment on adult mortality in the United States
RA Hummer, EM Hernandez
Population bulletin 68 (1), 1, 2013
3302013
Black-white differences in health and mortality: A review and conceptual model
RA Hummer
The Sociological Quarterly 37 (1), 105-125, 1996
3091996
Educational attainment and adult mortality in the United States: A systematic analysis of functional form
JK Montez, RA Hummer, MD Hayward
Demography 49 (1), 315-336, 2012
2992012
Race/ethnicity, nativity, and US adult mortality
RA Hummer, RG Rogers, CB Nam, FB LeClere
Social Science Quarterly, 136-153, 1999
2961999
Trends in the educational gradient of US adult mortality from 1986 through 2006 by race, gender, and age group
JK Montez, RA Hummer, MD Hayward, H Woo, RG Rogers
Research on aging 33 (2), 145-171, 2011
2652011
Education and the gender gaps in health and mortality
CE Ross, RK Masters, RA Hummer
Demography 49 (4), 1157-1183, 2012
2622012
Trends and group differences in the association between educational attainment and US adult mortality: Implications for understanding education's causal influence
MD Hayward, RA Hummer, I Sasson
Social Science & Medicine 127, 8-18, 2015
2612015
Educational differences in US adult mortality: A cohort perspective
RK Masters, RA Hummer, DA Powers
American sociological review 77 (4), 548-572, 2012
2592012
The other side of the paradox: The risk of low birth weight among infants of migrant and nonmigrant households within Mexico
R Frank, RA Hummer
International Migration Review 36 (3), 746-765, 2002
2482002
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