David Salkever

Affiliations: 
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
Area:
Theory Economics, Mental Health, Public Health, Industrial and Labor Relations
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Johnston SS, Salkever DS, Ialongo NS, et al. (2017) Estimating the Economic Value of Information for Screening in Disseminating and Targeting Effective School-based Preventive Interventions: An Illustrative Example. Administration and Policy in Mental Health
Drake RE, Frey W, Karakus M, et al. (2016) Policy Implications of the Mental Health Treatment Study. Psychiatric Services (Washington, D.C.). appips201500336
Salkever D. (2015) Interpreting the NLSY79 empirical data on "IQ" and "achievement": A comment on Borghans et al.'s "Identification problems in personality psychology", Personality and Individual Differences. 85: 66-68
Salkever DS, Gibbons B, Drake RE, et al. (2014) Increasing earnings of social security disability income beneficiaries with serious mental disorder. The Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics. 17: 75-90
Salkever DS. (2014) Assessing the IQ-earnings link in environmental lead impacts on children: have hazard effects been overstated? Environmental Research. 131: 219-30
Prada SI, Salkever D, MacKenzie EJ. (2014) Level-I trauma centre treatment effects on return to work in teaching hospitals. Injury. 45: 1465-9
Salkever D, Gibbons B, Ran X. (2014) Do comprehensive, coordinated, recovery-oriented services alter the pattern of use of treatment services? Mental health treatment study impacts on SSDI beneficiaries' use of inpatient, emergency, and crisis services. The Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research. 41: 434-46
Salkever DS, Gibbons B, Frey WD, et al. (2014) Recruitment in the mental health treatment study: A behavioral health/employment intervention for social security disabled-worker beneficiaries Social Security Bulletin. 74: 27-46
Drake RE, Frey W, Bond GR, et al. (2013) Assisting Social Security Disability Insurance beneficiaries with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, or major depression in returning to work. The American Journal of Psychiatry. 170: 1433-41
Salkever D. (2013) Social costs of expanding access to evidence-based supported employment: concepts and interpretive review of evidence. Psychiatric Services (Washington, D.C.). 64: 111-9
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