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Ayyagari P, Frisvold DE. The Impact of Social Security Income on Cognitive Function at Older Ages. 2016;244418283(441):463 - 488. doi:10.1162/AJHE_a_00058.
Avery M, Kong C, Park K, Losch ME. Iowa tobacco cessation program evaluation: FY 2016. Cedar Falls, IA: Center for Social and Behavioral Research, University of Northern Iowa; 2017.
Austin AA, Druschel CM, Tyler MC, et al. Interdisciplinary Craniofacial Teams Compared with Individual Providers: Is Orofacial Cleft Care More Comprehensive and Do Parents Perceive Better Outcomes?. 2010;47(1):1-8. doi:10.1002/bdra.20726.
Atchison CG, Kurimski LJ, Marshall S. Using a Decision-Matrix to Guide Decision-Making & Resource Allocation. 2017.
Atchison CG, Butler J, Damiano PC. Adverse Childhood Experiences: A Model for Effective 21st-Century Clinical–Community Partnerships. 2020;110(4):450 - 451. doi:10.2105/AJPH.2019.305556.
Atchison CG, Kurimski LJ. Applying Business Development Tools to Public Health Laboratory Strategy. 2017.
Atchison CG. Overview of the State Hygienic Laboratory. 2017.
Atchison CG. State Hygienic Laboratory Legislative Focus. 2016.
Askelson NM, Golembiewski EH, Baquero B, Momany ET, Friberg JE, Montgomery D. The importance of matching the evaluation population to the intervention population: Using Medicaid data to reach hard-to-reach intervention populations. 2017;60:64 - 71. doi:10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2016.09.008.
Askelson NM, Brady P, Wright B, Bentler S, Momany ET, Damiano P. Purged from the Rolls: A Study of Medicaid Disenrollment in Iowa. 2019;3(1):637 - 643. doi:10.1089/heq.2019.0093.
Askelson NM, Brady PJ, Wright B, et al. Communicating a Complicated Medicaid Waiver Program to Enrollees in Iowa. 2020;Publish Ahead of Print. doi:10.1097/JAC.0000000000000359.
Askelson NM, Campo S, Smith S. Mother–Daughter Communication About Sex: The Influence of Authoritative Parenting Style. 2012;27(5):439 - 448. doi:10.1080/10410236.2011.606526.
Askelson NM, Golembiewski EH, DePriest AM, Williams SC. Parent School Breakfast Survey: Report of Findings. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Public Policy Center; 2015.
Askelson NM, Campo S, Lowe JB, Smith S, Dennis LK, Andsager J. Using the Theory of Planned Behavior to Predict Mothers' Intentions to Vaccinate Their Daughters Against HPV. 2010;26(3):194-202. doi:10.1002/bdra.20726.
Askelson NM. Administrator School Breakfast Survey: Report of Findings. (Golembiewski EH, DePriest AM, eds.). Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Public Policy Center; 2015.
Askelson NM, Brady P, Meier CL, et al. Healthy Schools Healthy Students: Evaluation Results and Recommendations. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Public Policy Center; 2019.
Askelson NM, Brady P, Ryan G, et al. Actively Involving Middle School Students in the Implementation of a Pilot of a Behavioral Economics–Based Lunchroom Intervention in Rural Schools. 2019;20(5):675 - 683. doi:10.1177/1524839918807717.
Askelson NM, Chi DL, Momany ET, et al. The Importance of Efficacy: Using the Extended Parallel Process Model to Examine Factors Related to Preschool-Age Children Enrolled in Medicaid Receiving Preventive Dental Visits. 2015. doi:10.1177/1090198115580575.
Askelson NM, Wright B, Bentler SE, et al. Healthy Behaviors Incentive Program Evaluation.; 2016.
Askelson N, Ryan G, Pieper F, et al. Perspectives on Implementation: Challenges and Successes of a Program Designed to Support Expectant and Parenting Community College Students in Rural, Midwestern State. 2020. doi:10.1007/s10995-020-02879-6.
Askelson NM, Campo S, Lowe JB, Dennis LK, Smith S, Andsager J. Factors Related to Physicians' Willingness to Vaccinate Girls Against HPV: The Importance of Subjective Norms and Perceived Behavioral Control. 2010;50(2):144-58. doi:10.1002/bdra.20726.
Askelson NM, Golembiewski EH, DePriest AM, O'Neill P, Delger PJ, Scheidel CA. The Answer Isn't Always a Poster: Using Social Marketing Principles and Concept Mapping With High School Students to Improve Participation in School Breakfast. 2015.
Askelson NM, Wright B, Bentler SE, Momany ET, Damiano PC. Iowa’s Medicaid Expansion Promoted Healthy Behaviors But Was Challenging To Implement And Attracted Few Participants. 2017;36(5):799 - 807. doi:10.1377/hlthaff.2017.0048.
Askelson NM, Ryan G, Seegmiller L, Pieper F, Kintigh B, Callaghan D. Implementation Challenges and Opportunities Related to HPV Vaccination Quality Improvement in Primary Care Clinics in a Rural State. 2019;44(4):790 - 795. doi:10.1007/s10900-019-00676-z.
Askelson NM, Golembiewski EH, Eichert D. Iowa Parent School Lunch Survey: Formative research for communication about school meal pattern changes. Iowa City: University of Iowa Public Policy Center; 2013.
Askelson NM, Meier C, Baquero B, Friberg JE, Montgomery D, Hradek C. Understanding the Process of Prioritizing Fruit and Vegetable Purchases in Families With Low Incomes: “A Peach May Not Fill You Up as Much as Hamburger”. 2018:109019811775279. doi:10.1177/1090198117752790.
Askelson NM, Campo S, Mastin T, Slonske M. The Missing Role of Parents: A Content Analysis of Newspaper Coverage of Parenting Practices and Communication Strategies for Addressing Binge Drinking. 2009;26(1):50-61. Available at: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/08824090802637031#preview.
Askelson NM, Momany ET, Damiano PC. Health Behaviors and Health Literacy of IowaCare Enrollees with Diabetes: Third Report in a Series of Evaluations of the IowaCare Program.; 2010.
Askelson N, Ryan G, Brady P, Meier CL, Delger P, Scheidel C. Middle School Students’ Perceptions of the Lunchroom: Implications for Future Interventions. 2020:105984052092850. doi:10.1177/1059840520928504.
Askelson NM, Bentler SE, Momany ET, Golembiewski EH, Damiano PC. Iowa Medicaid Health Home Providers: A qualitative examination of the implementation of the Iowa Medicaid Health Home. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Public Policy Center; 2014.

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