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Hughes RJ, Damiano PC, Kanellis MJ, Kuthy RA, Slayton RL. Dentists' Participation and Children's Use of Services in the Indiana Dental Medicaid Program and SCHIP: Assessing the Impact of Increased Fees and Administrative Changes. 2005;136(4):517-23. Available at: http://jada.ada.org/content/136/4/517.
Huang M, Bowman KW, Carmichael GR, et al. Improved western U.S. background ozone estimates via constraining nonlocal and local source contributions using Aura TES and OMI observations. 2015;120(8):3572 - 3592. doi:10.1002/2014JD022993.
Huang M, Carmichael GR, Spak SN, et al. Multi-Scale Modeling Study of the Source Contributions to Near-Surface Ozone and Sulfur Oxides Levels Over California During the ARCTAS-CARB Period. 2011;11(7):3173 - 3194. doi:10.5194/acp-11-3173-2011.
Huang M, Carmichael GR, Chai T, et al. Impacts of Transported Background Pollutants on Summertime Western US Air Quality: Model Evaluation, Sensitivity Analysis and Data Assimilation. 2013;13(1):359 - 391. doi:10.5194/acp-13-359-2013.
Hu Y, Odman MT, Lee P, Tong D, Spak SN, Russell AG. A Clear View of Tomorrow's Haze: Improvements in Air Quality Forecasting. 2014.
Hoyle DA, Ryan PM, Hand JS, Damiano PC, Schneider GB. Retaining new dentists in Iowa: a role for dental schools in facilitating graduates' connections to practice opportunities in underserved areas. 2014;78(4):512-9.
Hossler D, Chung E, Kwon J, Lucido J, Bowman N, Bastedo M. A Study of the Use of Nonacademic Factors in Holistic Undergraduate Admissions Reviews. 2019;90(6):833 - 859. doi:10.1080/00221546.2019.1574694.
Hones JD, McKernan SC, Kuthy RA. Associations between county general dentist workforce and business establishments. 2018.
Holmes JM, Bowman NA, Murphy MC, Carter E. Envisioning college success: the role of student identity centrality. 2019;22(5):1015 - 1034. doi:10.1007/s11218-019-09493-7.
Holloway T, Voigt C, Morton J, Spak SN, Rutter AP, Schauer JJ. An Assessment of Atmospheric Mercury in the Community Multiscale Air Quality (CMAQ) Model at an Urban Site and a Rural Site in the Great Lakes Region of North America. 2012;12(15):7117 - 7133. doi:10.5194/acp-12-7117-2012.
Holland A, Bennett D, Secchi S. Complying with conservation compliance? An assessment of recent evidence in the US Corn Belt. 2020;15(8):084035. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/ab8f60.
Hoffman J, Lee JD, Brown TL, McGehee DV. Comparison of Driver Braking Responses in a High-Fidelity Simulator and on a Test Track. 2002;1803(1):59 - 65. doi:10.3141/1803-09.
Hoffman J, Lee JD, McGehee DV, Macias M, Gellatly A. Visual Sampling of In-Vehicle Text Messages: Effects of Number of Lines, Page Presentation, and Message Control. 2005;1937(1):22 - 30. doi:10.3141/1937-04.
Hill J, Boyle L, Tippin J, Faber K, Rizzo M. The Effects of Sleepiness on Heart Rate Variability in a Driving Simulator. 2007.
Hill M. Timely Exile: James Alan McPherson, The Iowa Writer's Workshop, and Black Creativity. In: After the Program Era: The Past, Present, and Future of Creative Writing in the University. Iowa City, Iowa: University of Iowa Press; 2016:123-136.
Hill M, Hill LM. Invisible Hawkeyes: African Americans at the University of Iowa during the Long Civil Rights Era. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press; 2016. Available at: https://www.uipress.uiowa.edu/books/2016-fall/invisible-hawkeyes.htm.
Herman J, Hilton M, Bills DB, eds. Supporting Students' College Success. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press; 2017. doi:10.17226/24697.
Herkert NJ, Spak SN, Smith A, et al. Simulated sampling rates across the Global Atmospheric Passive Sampling (GAPS) Network. 2016.
Herkert NJ, Spak SN, Smith A, et al. Calibration and evaluation of PUF-PAS sampling rates across the Global Atmospheric Passive Sampling (GAPS) network. 2018;2049444950441473217168503942764340461174144601639444813875381121563667454914757392241444546114441587043421594442(128913121012222316472232392417243193101561422417647199172142):210 - 219. doi:10.1039/C7EM00360A.
Hensel PR, Mitchell SMcLaughlin. From territorial claims to identity claims: The Issue Correlates of War (ICOW) Project. 2017;34(2):126 - 140. doi:10.1177/0738894216652160.
Helms CM, Damiano PC. Health care system reform and public health. Protecting the safety net. 1995;4(1):12-3.
Heller KE, Kuthy RA, Davis KJ, McQuistan MR. Extramural Programs Effects on Attitudes Regarding Treating Special Needs Populations. 2004;83(Suppl).
Heimer K, Kruttschnitt C. Gender and Crime: Patterns in Victimization and Offending (New Perspectives in Crime, Deviance, and Law). New York: New York University Press; 2006.
Heimer K, Matsueda RL. A Symbolic Interactionist Theory of Motivation and Deviance: Interpreting Psychological Research. 1997;44:223-76.
Heimer K, De Coster S. The Gendering of Violent Delinquency. 1999;37(2):277 - 318. doi:10.1111/crim.1999.37.issue-210.1111/j.1745-9125.1999.tb00487.x10.1007/BF0028784510.1080/0741882880008987110.1037//0033-2909.100.3.30910.1007/BF0020698310.1086/22820610.1086/22858310.1086/228748.
Heimer K. Changes in the Gender Gap in Crime and Women's Economic Marginalization. 2000;1:427-483.
Heimer K. Socioeconomic Status, Subcultural Definitions, and Violent Delinquency. 1997;75(3):799-833. doi:10.2307/2580520.
Heimer K, LAURITSEN JANETL. The Importance of Studying Trends in Violence Against Women. 2008;33(4):1-6.
Heimer K, Park JH, Lang J. Gender and Imprisonment in the United States: An Analysis of States Over Time. 2019.
Heimer K. Gender, Race, and the Pathways to Delinquency: An Interactionist Explanation. In: Crime and Inequality. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press; 1995:140-173. Available at: http://books.google.com/books?id=XGIR4xzyuqkC&q=Heimer#v=onepage&q=Heimer&f=false.

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