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REFEREED ARTICLES

(Current or former graduate student or postdoctoral fellow coauthors underlined)

In press Burgard, Sarah A., Jennifer Ailshire and Lucie Kalousova. “The Great Recession and Health: People, Populations and Disparities.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.

In press Kalousova, Lucie and Sarah A. Burgard. “Tough Choices in Tough Times: Debt and Medication Non-Adherence.” Health Education & Behavior

In press Burgard, Sarah A. and Katherine Lin. “Bad Jobs, Bad Health? How Work and Working Conditions Contribute To Health Disparities.” American Behavioral Scientist

In press Kalousova, Lucie and Sarah A. Burgard. “Debt and Foregone Medical Care.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior

In press Zajacova, Anna and Sarah A. Burgard. “Healthier, Wealthier, and Wiser: A Demonstration of Compositional Changes in Aging Cohorts Due To Selective Mortality.” Population Research and Policy Review.

2013 Hicken, Margaret T., Hedy Lee, Jennifer A. Ailshire, Sarah A. Burgard, and David R. Williams. “‘‘Every Shut Eye, Ain’t Sleep’’: The Role of Racism-Related Vigilance in Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Sleep Difficulty.” Race and Social Policy 5(2): 100-112.

2013 Burgard, Sarah A. and Jennifer A. Ailshire. “Gender and Time for Sleep among American Adults.” American Sociological Review 78(1): 58-69.

2012 Story, William T. and Sarah A. Burgard. “Couples’ Reports of Household Decision-Making And The Utilization of Maternal Health Services In Bangladesh.” Social Science and Medicine 75 (12): 2403-2411.

2012 Burgard, Sarah A., Kristin S. Seefeldt, and Sarah Zelner. “Housing instability and Health: Findings from the Michigan Recession and Recovery Study.” Social Science and Medicine 75(12): 2215-2224.

2012 Burgard, Sarah A., Lucie Kalousova and Kristin S. Seefeldt. “Perceived Job Insecurity and Health: The Michigan Recession and Recovery Study.” Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 54(9): 1101–1106.

2012 Ailshire, Jennifer A. and Sarah A. Burgard. “‘Did You Sleep Well?’ An Examination of Family Ties, Relationship Quality, and Troubled Sleep.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 53(20): 248-262.

2012 Story, William T., Sarah A. Burgard, Jody R. Lori, Fahmida Taleb, Nabeel Ashraf Ali, and D.M. Emdadul Hoque. “Decisions about Delivery Care in Rural Bangladesh: The Influence of Husbands’ Provision of Social Support and Perception of Social Norms.” BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 12:28.

2012 Zajacova, Anna and Sarah A. Burgard. “Shape of the BMI-Mortality Association by Cause of Death, Using Generalized Additive Models: NHIS 1986-2006.” Journal of Aging and Health 24(2): 191-211.

2011 Burgard, Sarah A. “The Needs of Others: Gender and Sleep Interruptions for Caregiving.” Social Forces 89(4): 1189-1215.

2011 Kershaw, Kiarri N., Anna V. Diez Roux, Sarah A. Burgard, Lynda D. Lisabeth, Mahasin S. Mujahid, and Amy J. Schultz. Metropolitan-level residential segregation and black-white disparities in hypertension. American Journal of Epidemiology 174(5): 537-545.

2011 Song, Shige, and Sarah A. Burgard. “Dynamics of Inequality: Mother’s Education and Infant Mortality in China, 1970-2001.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 52: 349-364.

2011 Zajacova, Anna, Jennifer Beam Dowd and Sarah A. Burgard. “Overweight Adults May Have the Lowest Mortality – Do They Have the Best Health?” American Journal of Epidemiology 173 (4):430-437.

2011 Sastry, Narayan and Sarah A. Burgard. “Changes in Diarrheal Disease and Treatment among Brazilian Children from 1986 to 1996.” Population Research and Policy Review 30:81–100.

2010 Zajacova, Anna and Sarah A. Burgard. “Body Weight and Health: A Longitudinal Analysis by Sex and Race.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 51(1): 92-107.

2009 Burgard, Sarah A., and Jennifer A. Ailshire. “Putting Work to Bed: Stressful Experiences on the Job and Sleep Quality.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 50(4): 476-492.

2009 Nicklett, Emily, and Sarah A. Burgard. “Downward Social Mobility and Major Depressive Episodes among Latino and Asian American Immigrants to the United States.” American Journal of Epidemiology 170(6):793-801.

2009 Burgard, Sarah A., Jennie E. Brand and James S. House. “Perceived Job Insecurity and Worker Health in the United States.” Social Science and Medicine 69(5): 777-785.

2009 Burgard, Sarah A., and Susan Lee-Rife. “Community Characteristics, Sexual Initiation, and Condom Use among Young Black South Africans.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 50(3): 293-309.

2008 Song, Shige, and Sarah A. Burgard. “Does Son Preference Influence Children’s Growth in Height? A Comparative Study of Chinese and Filipino Children.” Population Studies 62(3): 305-320.

2008 Brand, Jennie E. and Sarah A. Burgard. “Job Displacement and Social Participation: Findings across the Life Course of a Cohort of Joiners.” Social Forces 87(1): 211-242.

2007 Burgard, Sarah A., Jennie E. Brand, and James S. House. “Toward a Better Estimation of the Effect of Job Loss on Health.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 48(4): 369-384.

2006 Burgard, Sarah A. and Donald J. Treiman. “Trends and Racial Differences in Infant Mortality in South Africa.” Social Science and Medicine 62(5): 1126-1137.

2005 Burgard, Sarah A., Susan Cochran, and Vickie Mays. “Alcohol and Tobacco Use Patterns among Heterosexually and Homosexually Experienced California Women.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence 77(1): 61-70.

2005 Sastry, Narayan, and Sarah A. Burgard. “The Prevalence of Diarrheal Disease among Brazilian Children: Trends and Differentials from 1986 to 1996.” Social Science and Medicine 60(5): 923-935.

2004 Burgard, Sarah A. “Race and Pregnancy-Related Care in Brazil and South Africa.” Social Science and Medicine 59(6): 1127-1146.

2004 Burgard, Sarah A. “Factors Associated with Contraceptive Use in Late- and Post-apartheid South Africa.” Studies in Family Planning 35(2): 91-104.

2002 Burgard, Sarah A. “Does Race Matter? Children’s Height in Brazil and South Africa.” Demography 39(4):763-790.


BOOK CHAPTERS


2011 Krueger, Patrick M. and Sarah A. Burgard. “Income, Occupations and Work.” Pp. 263-288 in International Handbook of Adult Mortality, edited by Richard G. Rogers and Eileen M. Crimmins. New York: Springer

2008 Price, Richard H., and Sarah A. Burgard. “The New Employment Contract and Worker Health in the United States.” Pp. 201-228 in Social and Economic Policy as Health Policy: Rethinking America's Approach to Improving Health, edited by Robert F. Schoeni, James S. House, George A. Kaplan, and Harold Pollack. New York: Russell Sage.

2008 Kaplan, George, Nalini Ranjit, and Sarah A. Burgard. “Lifting Gates, Lengthening Lives: Did Civil Rights Policies Improve the Health of African-American Women in the 60s and 70s?” Pp. 143-170 in Social and Economic Policy as Health Policy: Rethinking America's Approach to Improving Health, edited by Robert F. Schoeni, James S. House, George A. Kaplan, and Harold Pollack. New York: Russell Sage.


UNDER REVIEW/WORKING PAPERS


Burgard, Sarah A., Michael R. Elliott, Kara Zivin and James S. House. “Working conditions and depressive symptoms: A prospective study of U.S. Adults.”

Sznajder, Kristin E.K., Harlow, Sioban D., Burgard, Sarah A., Wang, Yanrang, Han, Cheng, and Liu, Jing. “Pelvic pain related to occupational strain among female factory workers in Tianjin, China.”

Kwak, Minyoung, Berit Ingersoll-Dayton, and Sarah A. Burgard. “Self-Perceptions of Aging, the Receipt of Care, and Depressive Symptoms in Later Life.”

Burgard, Sarah A. and Patricia V. Chen. “Challenges of Health Measurement in Studies of Health Disparities.”

Burgard, Sarah A. and Jaclynn M. Hawkins. “Race/Ethnicity, Educational Attainment and Foregone Health Care in the United States in the 2007-2009 Recession.”

Lin, Katherine and Sarah A. Burgard. “Becoming Workers and Caregivers: Stability and Change in Negative Spillover among American Adults.”

London, Andrew A., Sarah A. Burgard and Janet M. Wilmoth. “Veteran Status, Psychiatric Diagnosis, and Inadequate Sleep: Implications for Individual and Family Well-Being.”

Tapia Granados, José A., James S. House, Edward L. Ionides, Sarah A. Burgard and Robert S. Schoeni. “Individual joblessness, contextual unemployment, and death: Mortality effects of economic and employment conditions.”

Burgard, Sarah A. “The Effects of the Great Recession: Health and Well-Being.” Annual Review of Sociology invited submission.

Burgard, Sarah A., Michael R. Elliott, James S. House, Neil K. Mehta, Katherine Y. Lin, Elizabeth J. Ela. “Understanding the Declining Female Mortality Advantage in the United States: An Assessment Using Prospective Data.”

Burgard, Sarah A., Lucie Kalousova, and Kristin S. Seefeldt. “Debt Profiles, Health and Health Behaviors in the Wake of the Great Recession.”

Kalousova, Lucie and Sarah A. Burgard. “Stress or Disposable Income? Comparing the Effects Of Changes In Perceived And Objective Financial Well-Being On Health Behaviors.

Grandner, Michael A., Tony Smith, Nicholas Jackson, Tara Jackson, and Sarah A. Burgard. “Geographic Distribution of Insufficient Sleep Across The Us: A County-Level Hotspot Analysis.”

Burgard, Sarah A. and Shige Song. “Appropriately assessing the effectiveness of pregnancy care in reducing infant mortality: Evidence from China and India.”


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