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    Balfour, J. L. and G. A. Kaplan (2002). "Neighborhood Environment and Loss of Physical Function in Older Adults: Evidence from the Alameda County Study." American Journal of Epidemiology 155: 507-515.
    Barker, D. J. P. (1971). "Buruli disease in a district of Uganda." Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 74: 260-264.
    Barker, D. J. P. (1998). Mothers, Babies, and Health in Later Life. Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone.
    Barker, D. J. P. (1999). "Commentary: Intrauterine nutrition may be important." British Medical Journal 318: 1471-1480. (
    Bassuk, S. S., L. F. Berkman, et al. (2002). "Socioeconomic Status and Mortality among the Elderly: Findings from Four US Communities." American Journal of Epidemiology 155: 520-533.
    Ben-Shlomo, Y. and D. Kuh (2002). "A life course approach to chronic disease epidemiology: Conceptual models, empirical challenges and interdisciplinary perspectives." International Journal of Epidemiology 31: 285-293.
    Berney, L., D. Blane, et al. (2000). Life course influences on health in old age. Understanding health inequalities. H. Graham. Buckingham [England], Open University Press: 79-95.
    Birley, J. and D. Goldberg (2000). George Brown's contribution to psychiatry: The effort after meaning. Where Inner and Outer Worlds Meet. T. Harris. London, Routledge: 55-60.
    Black, N. (2001). "Evidence based policy: proceed with care," BMJ 323: 275-279.
    Bowcock, A. M. (2007). "Guilt by association." Nature 447: 645-646.
    Brody, H., M. R. Rip, et al. (2000). "Map-making and myth-making in Broad Street: the London cholera epidemic, 1854." The Lancet 356: 64-68.
    Brown, G. W. and T. O. Harris (1978). Sociology and the aetiology of depression; Depression and Loss; A Model of Depression; Summary and conclusions. Social Origins of Depression: a Study of Psychiatric Disorder in Women. New York, Free Press: 3-20; 233-293.
    Brown, P. (1992). "Popular Epidemiology and Toxic Waste Contamination: Lay and Professional Ways of Knowing." Journal of Health and Social Behavior 33: 267-281.
    Brown, P., S. McCormick, et al. (2006). "'A lab of our own': Environmental causation of breast cancer and challenges to the dominant epidemiological paradigm." Science, Technology, & Human Values 31(5): 499-536.
    Caspi, A., J. McClay, et al. (2002). "Role of Genotype in the Cycle of Violence in Maltreated Children." Science 297(5582): 851-854.
    Coggon, D., G. Rose, et al. (1999). Epidemiology for the Unitiated. London, BMJ Books. (Available online at
    Coulton, C. J., J. E. Korbin, et al. (1999). "Neighborhoods and Child Maltreatment: A Multi-Level Study." Child Abuse & Neglect 23(11): 1019–1040.
    Davey-Smith, G. (2000). "Learning to live with complexity: Ethnicity, socioeconomic position, and health in Britain and the United States." American Journal of Public Health 90: 1694-1698.
    Davey-Smith, G. (2001). "The uses of Uses of Epidemiology." International Journal of Epidemiology 30: 1146-1155.
    Davey-Smith, G. (2007). "Life-course approaches to inequalities in adult chronic disease risk." Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 66: 216-236.
    Davey-Smith, G. et al. (2000). Ethnicity, health and the meaning of socio-economic position Pp. 25-37 In Graham, H., Ed. Understanding health inequalities. Buckingham [England], Open University Press.
    Davey-Smith, G. and S. Harding (1997). "Is control at work the key to socioeconomic gradients in mortality?" Lancet 350: 1369-1370.
    Davey-Smith, G. and S. Ebrahim (2007). "Mendelian randomization: Genetic variants as instruments for strengthening causal influences in observational studies. " Ms.
    Davies, A., G. Davey-Smith, et al. (2006). "Association between birth weight and blood pressure is robust, amplifies with age, and may be underestimated." Hypertension 48: 431-436.
    Davison, C., G. Davey-Smith, et al. (1991). "Lay epidemiology and the prevention paradox: The implications of coronary candidacy for health education." Sociology of Health and Illness 13: 1-19.
    Dickens, W. T. and J. R. Flynn (2001). "Heritability estimates versus large environmental effects: The IQ paradox resolved." Psychological Review 108(2): 346-369.
    Diez Roux, A. V. (2002a). "Invited Commentary: Places, People, and Health." American Journal of Epidemiology 155: 516-519.
    Diez Roux, A. V. (2002b). "A glossary for multilevel analysis." Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 56: 588-594.
    Dohrenwend, B. P., K. G. Raphael, et al. (1993). The structured event probe and narrative rating method for measuring stressful life events. Handbook of Stress: Theoretical and Clinical Aspects. L. Goldberg and S. Breznitz. New York, Free Press: 174-199.
    Egede, L. E. and D. Zheng (2003). "Racial/Ethnic Differences in Adult Vaccination Among Individuals With Diabetes." American Journal of Public Health 93(2): 324-329.
    Eikelboom, J. W. and G. J. Hankey (2003). "Aspirin resistance: a new independent predictor of vascular events?" Journal of the American College of Cardiology 41: 966-968.
    Epstein, S. (1995). "The construction of lay expertise: AIDS activism and the forging of credibility in the reform of clinical trials." Science, Technology, & Human Values 20(4): 408-437.
    Fortun, K. (2004). "Environmental Information Systems as Appropriate Technology." Design Issues 20(3): 54-65.
    Frank, J. (2005). "A Tale of (More Than ?) Two Cohorts – from Canada." 3rd International Conference on Developmental Origins of Health and Disease.
    Freedman, D. A. (2001). Ecological inference and the ecological fallacy. International Encyclopedia for the Social and Behavioral Sciences. N. J. Smelser and P. B. Baltes. Vol. 6. (
    Freedman, D. A. (2005). Linear statistical models for causation: A critical review. Encyclopedia of Statistics in the Behavioral Sciences. B. Everitt and D. Howell. ??, Wiley.
    Gordis, L. (1996, 2000, 0r 2004). Epidemiology. Philadelphia, Saunders/Elsevier.
    Gum, P. A., K. Kottke-Marchant, et al. (2003). "A prospective, blinded determination of the natural history of aspirin resistance among stable patients with cardiovascular disease." Journal of the American College of Cardiology 41: 961-965.
    Huxley, R., A. Neil, et al. (2002). "Unravelling the fetal origins hypothesis: is there really an inverse association between birthweight and subsequent blood pressure?" Lancet 360(9334): 659-65.
    Hymowitz, K. S. (2007). "Marriage and Caste in America: Separate and Unequal Families in a PostMarital Age." Heritage Lecture #1005.
    Jick, H., G. L. Zomberg, et al. (2000). "Statins and the risk of dementia." Lancet 356: 1627-1631.
    Kendler, K. S., C. O. Gardner, et al. (2002). "Towards a comprehensive developmental model for major depression in women." American Journal of Psychiatry 159: 1133-1145.
    Khoury, M. J., J. Little, M. Gwinn and J. P. Ioannidis (2007). "On the synthesis and interpretation of consistent but weak gene-disease associations in the era of genome-wide association studies." International Journal of Epidemiology 36: 439-445.
    Kirkwood, B. R. and J. A. C. Sterne (2003). Essential Medical Statistics. Malden, Blackwell.
    Korbin, J. E., C. J. Coulton, et al. (2000). "Neighborhood Views On The Definition And Etiology Of Child Maltreatment." Child Abuse & Neglect 24(12): 1509–1527.
    Krieger, N., J. T. Chen, et al. (2005). "Painting a truer picture of US socioeconomic and racial/ethnic health inequalities: The Public Health Disparities Geocoding Projec." American Journal of Public Health 95: 312-323.
    Kuh, D. and Y. Ben-Shlomo (2004). Introduction. A Life Course Approach to Chronic Disease Epidemiology. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 3-14.
    Lagakos, S. W. (2006). "The challenge of subgroup analysis--Reporting without distorting." New England Journal of Medicine 354: 1667-1669.
    Lawlor, D. A., S. Frankel, et al. (2003). "Smoking and Ill Health: Does Lay Epidemiology Explain the Failure of Smoking Cessation Programs Among Deprived Populations?" American Journal of Public Health 93(2): 266-270.
    Lawlor, D. A., G. Davey-Smith, et al. (2004). "Those confounded vitamins: what can we learn from the differences between observational versus randomised trial evidence?" The Lancet 363: 1724-1726.
    Lawlor, D. A., G. Davey-Smith, et al. (2005). "Life-Course Socioeconomic Position, Area Deprivation, and Coronary Heart Disease: Findings From the British Women's Heart and Health Study." American Journal of Public Health 95: 91-97.
    Lynch, J. and G. Davey-Smith (2005). "A Life Course Approach to Chronic Disease Epidemiology." Annual Review of Public Health 26: 1-35.
    Marcelli, E., C. Jencks, et al. (2005). "The Impact of Family Socioeconomic Status and Income Inequality on Stature in the United States." Paper for Meeting of the Population Association of America, Philadelphia, PA.
    Marcelli, E., D. M. Cutler, et al. (2006ms). "An Estimate of the Effects of Income Inequality, Racial Segregation, and Food Prices on Adult Obesity in the United States."
    Moffitt, T. E., A. Caspi, et al. (2005). "Strategy for investigating interactions between measured genes and measured environments." Archives of General Psychiatry 62(5): 473-481.
    Nelson, M. R., D. Liew, et al. (2005). "Epidemiological modelling of routine use of low dose aspirin for the primary prevention of coronary heart disease and stroke in those aged >=70." British Medical Journal 330: 1306-1311.
    Ou, S.-R. (2005). "Pathways of long-term effects of an early intervention program on educational attainment: Findings from the Chicago longituidinal study." Applied Developmental Psychology 26: 478-611.
    Oxford, J. S., R. Lambkin, et al. (2005). " A hypothesis: the conjunction of soldiers, gas, pigs, ducks, geese and horses in northern France during the Great War provided the conditions for the emergence of the "Spanish" influenza pandemic of 1918-1919." Vaccine 23(7): 940-945.
    Paul, D. (1998). The history of newborn phenylketonuria screening in the U.S. Final Report of the Task on Genetic Testing. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press: 1-13.
    Petitti, D. B. and D. A. Freedman (2005). "Invited Commentary: How Far Can Epidemiologists Get with Statistical Adjustment?" American Journal of Epidemiology 162: 415-418.
    Plomin, R. and K. Asbury (2006). "Nature and Nurture: Genetic and Environmental Influences on Behavior." The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 600(1): 86-98.
    Prentice, R. L., R. Langer, et al. (2005). "Combined Postmenopausal Hormone Therapy and Cardiovascular Disease: Toward Resolving the Discrepancy between Observational Studies and the Women's Health Initiative Clinical Trial." American Journal of Epidemiology 162(5): 404-414.
    Radford, T. (2002). "Scientists identify gene link to violence." The Guardian (London).
    Regan, M. M. and R. D. Gelber (2005). "Predicting response to systematic treatments: Learning from the past to plan for the future." The Breast 14: 582-593.
    Ridker, P. M., J. E. Buring, et al. (2007). "Development and Validation of Improved Algorithms for the Assessment of Global Cardiovascular Risk in Women: The Reynolds Risk Score." Journal of the American Medical Association 297: 611-619.
    Roger, V. L., M. E. Farkouh, et al. (2000). "Sex Differences in Evaluation and Outcome of Unstable Angina." Journal of the American Medical Association 283: 646-652.
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    Rushton, J. P. and A. R. Jensen (2005). "Thirty years of research on race differences in cognitive ability." Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 11: 235-294.
    Rutter, M. (2002). "Nature, nurture, and development: From evangelism through science toward policy and practice." Child Development 73(1): 1-21.
    Schienke, E. (2001). Bill Pease/ An original developer of / 2001. Troy, NY, Center for Ethics in Complex Systems.
    Stampfer, M. J. and G. A. Colditz (1991). "Estrogen replacement therapy and coronary heart disease: a quantitative assessment of the epidemiologic evidence." Preventive Medicine 20: 47-63.
    Stokstad, E. (2002). "Violent Effects of Abuse Tied to Gene." Science 297: 752.
    Taylor, P. J. (2007). "Three gaps of human quantitative genetics: Questioning whether anything reliable can be learned about genes and environment using the methods of twin studies." ms.
    Turkheimer, E. (2000). "Three laws of behavior genetics and what they mean." Current Directions in Psychological Science 9(5): 160-164.