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Sweet M, Damiano PC, Rivera E, Kuthy RA, Heller KE. A comparison of dental services received by Medicaid and privately insured adult populations. 2005;136(1):93-100. doi:10.1002/bdra.20726.
Sukalski JMC, McKernan SC, Avila‐Ortiz G, Cunningham‐Ford MA, Qian F, Damiano PC. Periodontal treatment needs in the Medicaid patient population: a retrospective study in a US dental school. 2019;79(1):53 - 59. doi:10.1111/jphd.2019.79.issue-110.1111/jphd.12294.
Sukalski JMC, McKernan SC, Avila-Ortiz G, Cunningham-Ford M, Qian F, Damiano PC. Periodontal treatment needs in a Medicaid expansion population. National Oral Health Conference. 2018.
Sukalski JMC, Reynolds JC, McKernan SC, Damiano PC. Iowa Dental Wellness Plan members’ self-reported effect of earned benefits on routine dental use. 2017.
Stucky TD, Heimer K, LANG JOSEPHB. PARTISAN POLITICS, ELECTORAL COMPETITION AND IMPRISONMENT: AN ANALYSIS OF STATES OVER TIME. 2005;43(1):211 - 248. doi:10.1111/crim.2005.43.issue-110.1111/j.0011-1348.2005.00007.x.
Stucky TD, Heimer K, Lang JB. A Bigger Piece of the Pie? State Corrections Spending and the Politics of Social Order. 2007;44(1):91 - 123. doi:10.1177/0022427806295617.
Strong A, Goemans C. Quantity Uncertainty and Demand: The Case of Water Smart Reader Ownership.; 2012.
Strong A. Measuring Environmental Quality: Ecosystem Services or Human Health Effects. 2013;38(3):344-358. Available at:
Strong A, Goemans C. Quantity Uncertainty and Demand: The Case of Water Smart Reader Ownership. 2014;14(3). doi:10.1515/bejeap-2013-0050.
Strong A. Species Specific Recreational Demand: The Case of Trout Fishing in Alberta. 2012;4(2):121 - 130. doi:10.1080/19390459.2012.683957.
Strong A, Tschirhart J, Finnoff D. Is Economic Growth for the Birds?. 2011;70(7):1375 - 1380. doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2011.02.013.
Strong A, Oliver M. General Equilibrium Ecosystem Modeling with Alternative Preference Specifications. 2014;27(2):197-215.
Strong A, Goemans C. The impact of real-time quantity information on residential water demand. 2015;10:1 - 13. doi:10.1016/j.wre.2015.02.002.
Strayer MS, Kuthy RA, Branch LG, Hill LF. Low Income, Urban Elderly who do not seek Dental Care. 1993;53.
Strayer MS, Kuthy RA, Caswell RJ, Moeschberger ML, Hill LF. Ten years of dental care among urban elderly. 1993;33(Special Issue II).
Strayer MS, Kuthy RA, Sutton S. Elderly nonrespondents to a mail survey: a telephone follow-up. 1993;13(6):245-8.
Strayer MS, Kuthy RA, Caswell RJ, Moeschberger ML. Predictors of dental use for low-income, urban elderly persons upon removal of financial barriers. 1997;37(1):110-6.
Strayer MS, Kuthy RA. Exploratory Analysis of Patient Expectations to Attributes of Treatment. 1997;76(Special Issue).
Stoner JW, Bhatti MA, Kim SS, et al. Dynamic Simulation Methods for Evaluating Vehicle Configuration and Roadway Design.; 1991.
Stewart K, Fan J, Schwarz C, McGehee DV. Geospatial analysis of residential parking behaviors using a semantic modeling approach. 2018;11:9 - 20. doi:10.1016/j.tbs.2017.12.004.
Stanier C, Singh A, Adamski W, et al. Overview of the LADCO Winter Nitrate Study: Hourly Ammonia, Nitric Acid and PM2.5 Composition at an Urban and Rural Site Pair During PM2.5 Episodes in the US Great Lakes Region. 2012;12(22):11037 - 11056. doi:10.5194/acp-12-11037-2012.
Spielman SE, Tuccillo J, Folch DC, et al. Evaluating social vulnerability indicators: criteria and their application to the Social Vulnerability Index. 2020;100(1):417 - 436. doi:10.1007/s11069-019-03820-z.
Spak SN. Identifying a Safe Operating Space for Humanity at the urban scale using high-throughput environmental modeling. 2016.
Spak SN, Minor EA, Meyer F, Hall ZL. 55th Annual Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference. 2015.
Spak SN. PCBs in Chicago: Sources, Transport, Fate, Exposure, and Policies. 2016.
Spak SN. Constraining urban-to-global scale estimates of black carbon distributions, sources, regional climate impacts, and co-benefit metrics with advanced coupled dynamic - chemical transport - adjoint models. 2016.
Spak SN, Ward AS, Li Y, Dalrymple KE. Influences of historical and projected changes in climate and land management practices on nutrient fluxes in the Mississippi River Basin, 1948-2100. 2016.
Spak SN. This is the Anthropocene, and we're not just input files anymore: coupling urban Human and Earth Systems models for decision support. 2016.
Southworth A, Paik A, Heinz JP. Lawyers in National Policymaking. In: The Paradox of Professionalism: Lawyers and the Possibility of Justice. Cambridge University Press; 2011:220-242. Available at:
V Smith K, Mansfield C, Strong A. How should the health benefits of food safety programs be measured?. 2014;24:161-202. Available at: