Eric N. Reither, Ph.D.

2005 University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Demography, Public Health
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Robert M. Hauser grad student 2005 UW Madison
 (Why are our waistlines expanding? Age -period -cohort analyses of the obesity epidemic and a critical examination of mass preparation theory.)
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Krueger PM, Reither EN. (2015) Mind the gap: race/ethnic and socioeconomic disparities in obesity. Current Diabetes Reports. 15: 95
Krueger PM, Reither EN, Peppard PE, et al. (2015) Cumulative exposure to short sleep and body mass outcomes: a prospective study. Journal of Sleep Research
Reither EN, Masters RK, Yang YC, et al. (2015) Should age-period-cohort studies return to the methodologies of the 1970s? Social Science & Medicine (1982). 128: 356-65
Reither EN, Land KC, Jeon SY, et al. (2015) Clarifying hierarchical age-period-cohort models: A rejoinder to Bell and Jones Social Science and Medicine
Pudrovska T, Reither EN, Logan ES, et al. (2014) Gender and reinforcing associations between socioeconomic disadvantage and body mass over the life course. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 55: 283-301
Burger AE, Reither EN. (2014) Monitoring receipt of seasonal influenza vaccines with BRFSS and NHIS data: challenges and solutions. Vaccine. 32: 3950-4
Masters RK, Reither EN, Powers DA, et al. (2014) Masters et al. respond. American Journal of Public Health. 104: e5-6
Kruger AK, Reither EN, Peppard PE, et al. (2014) Do sleep-deprived adolescents make less-healthy food choices? The British Journal of Nutrition. 111: 1898-904
Reither EN, Krueger PM, Hale L, et al. (2014) Ethnic variation in the association between sleep and body mass among US adolescents International Journal of Obesity. 38: 944-949
Masters RK, Reither EN, Powers DA, et al. (2013) The impact of obesity on US mortality levels: the importance of age and cohort factors in population estimates. American Journal of Public Health. 103: 1895-901
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