Amy M. Burdette, Ph.D.

Sociology University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
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Mark Regnerus grad student UT Austin (SocTree)
Christopher G. Ellison grad student 2007 UT Austin (PHTree)
 (Religious involvement, race/ethnicity, family and adolescent sexual activity.)
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Hill TD, Dowd-Arrow B, Burdette AM, et al. (2020) Gun ownership and sleep disturbance. Preventive Medicine. 132: 105996
Hill TD, Dowd-Arrow B, Davis AP, et al. (2020) Happiness is a warm gun? Gun ownership and happiness in the United States (1973-2018). Ssm - Population Health. 10: 100536
Hill TD, Bradley CS, Dowd-Arrow B, et al. (2019) Religious Attendance and the Social Support Trajectories of Older Mexican Americans. Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology
Dowd-Arrow B, Hill TD, Burdette AM. (2019) Gun ownership and fear. Ssm - Population Health. 8: 100463
Webb NS, Dowd-Arrow B, Taylor MG, et al. (2018) Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Influenza Vaccination Coverage Among US Adolescents, 2010-2016. Public Health Reports (Washington, D.C. : 1974). 33354918805720
Page RL, Peltzer JN, Burdette AM, et al. (2018) Religiosity and Health: A Holistic Biopsychosocial Perspective. Journal of Holistic Nursing : Official Journal of the American Holistic Nurses' Association. 898010118783502
Burdette AM, Webb NS, Hill TD, et al. (2018) Religious Involvement and Marijuana Use for Medical and Recreational Purposes. Journal of Drug Issues. 48: 421-434
Burdette AM, Needham BL, Taylor MG, et al. (2017) Health Lifestyles in Adolescence and Self-rated Health into Adulthood. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 58: 520-536
Godbolt D, Vaghela P, Burdette AM, et al. (2017) Religious Attendance and Body Mass: An Examination of Variations by Race and Gender. Journal of Religion and Health
Burdette AM, Webb NS, Hill TD, et al. (2016) Race-specific trends in HPV vaccinations and provider recommendations: persistent disparities or social progress? Public Health
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