REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES

 

Greenfield, Emily A., Chioun Lee, Elliot Friedman, and Kristen W. Springer. 2011. “Childhood Abuse as a Risk Factor for Poor Sleep Quality in Adulthood: Evidence from the National Survey of Midlife Development in the U.S.”  Annals of Behavioral Medicine. 42. 245-256.

 

Kristen W. Springer & Dawne Mouzon.  2011. ’Macho Men’ and Preventive Healthcare: Implications for Older Men in Different Social Classes.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 50(2). 212-227.

 

Kristen W. Springer, Tetanya Pudrovska & Robert M. Hauser. 2011. “Does Psychological Well-Being Change with Age? Longitudinal Tests of Age Variations and Further Exploration of the Multidimensionality of Ryff’s Model of Psychological Well-Being.” Social Science Research. 40. 392-398.

 

Kristen W. Springer. 2010. “Do Wives’ Work Hours Hurt Husbands’ Health? Reassessing the Care Work Deficit Thesis.” Social Science Research. 39. 801-813.

 

Kristen W. Springer. 2010. “The Race and Class Privilege of Motherhood: New York Times Presentations of Pregnant Drug-Using Women.” Sociological Forum. 25(3). 476-499.

 

Kristen W. Springer. 2010. “Economic Dependence in Marriage and Husbands’ Health: Testing Three Possible Mechanisms.” Gender & Society. 24(3). 378-401.

 

Deborah Carr & Kristen W. Springer. 2010. “Advances in Families and Health Research in the 21st Century.” Journal of Marriage and Family. 72. 744-762.

 

David Russell, Kristen W. Springer & Emily A. Greenfield. 2010. “Witnessing Domestic Abuse in Childhood as an Independent Risk Factor for Depressive Symptoms in Young Adulthood.”  Child Abuse & Neglect: The International Journal. 34. 448-453.

 

Kristen W. Springer. 2009. “Childhood Physical Abuse and Mid-Life Physical Health: Testing a Multi-Pathway Life Course Model.” Social Science & Medicine. 69(1). 138-146.

 

Kristen W. Springer, Brenda K. Parker & Catherine Leviten-Reid. 2009. “Making Space for Graduate Student Parents: Practice and Politics.” Journal of Family Issues. 30. 435-457.

 

Kristen W. Springer, Jennifer Sheridan, Daphne Kuo & Molly Carnes. 2007. “Long-Term Physical and Mental Health Consequences of Childhood Physical Abuse: Results from a Large Population-Based Sample of Men and Women.” Child Abuse & Neglect: The International Journal. 31(5). 517-530.

  

Kristen W. Springer, Robert M. Hauser & Jeremy Freese. 2006. “Bad News Indeed for Ryff’s Six-Factor Model of Well-Being.” Social Science Research. 35(4). 1120-1131.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

Kristen W. Springer, Jennifer Sheridan, Daphne Kuo & Molly Carnes. 2003. “The Long-Term Health Outcomes of Childhood Abuse: An Overview and a Call to Action.” Journal of General Internal Medicine. 18(10). 864-870.

       
                                                                                                                

Wendy Blumenthal, Kristen W. Springer, T. Stephen Jones & Claire Sterk. 2002. “Pharmacy Student Knowledge, Attitude, and Beliefs about Selling Syringes to Injection Drug Users.  Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association. 52(6), Supplement 2, S34-S39.

 
 

Dalton Conley & Kristen W. Springer. 2001. “Welfare State and Infant Mortality.” American Journal of Sociology. 107(3), 768-807.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BOOK CHAPTER
 

 

 

ACADEMIC COMMENTARIES
 

Lisa Bates, Olena Hankivsky & Kristen W. Springer. 2009. “Gender and Health Inequities: A Comment on the WHO Commission on the Social Determinants of Health Final Report.” Social Science & Medicine. 69(7). 1002-1004.

 
  
 
ELECTRONIC JOURNAL PUBLICATION
 

Kristen W. Springer. 2009. Review of “All of Us,” “Living on the Fault Line: Where Race and Family Meet,” and “I Have No Memory of My Direction.” Signs:  Journal of Women in Culture and Soceity.  Films for the Feminist Classroom. 1.1 (http://www.signs.rutgers.edu/issue_1-1.html).

 

 
OTHER PUBLICATIONS
 
 
 
 

 

Kristen W. Springer. 2006. “Old Attitudes are no Reason to Avoid a Smart Career Woman.”  Op-Ed. Newsday. (8/31/06)

Reprinted or reprised in: Canton Repository, Gulf News, Pittsburgh Tribune Review, Salt Lake Tribune, The Week Magazine.
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