Jason S. Schnittker

Sociology University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Medical Sociology
"Jason Schnittker"


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Jane D. McLeod grad student 2001 Indiana University
 (Socioeconomic status and health in social psychological perspective.)


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Ke Liang grad student 2008 Penn
Christopher D. Reece grad student 2014 Penn
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Schnittker J, Uggen C, Shannon SK, et al. (2015) The Institutional Effects of Incarceration: Spillovers From Criminal Justice to Health Care. The Milbank Quarterly. 93: 516-60
Aronowitz R, Deener A, Keene D, et al. (2015) Cultural reflexivity in health research and practice. American Journal of Public Health. 105: S403-8
Schnittker J. (2015) Natural symptoms? The intersection of social, biological, and genetic determinants of depression in later life Advances in Medical Sociology. 16: 187-214
Schnittker J. (2015) The politics of health beliefs: Cross-national evidence Research in the Sociology of Health Care. 33: 17-42
Schnittker J, Massoglia M. (2015) A sociocognitive approach to studying the effects of incarceration Wisconsin Law Review. 2015: 349-374
Massoglia M, Pare PP, Schnittker J, et al. (2014) The relationship between incarceration and premature adult mortality: gender specific evidence. Social Science Research. 46: 142-54
Schnittker J, Bacak V. (2014) The increasing predictive validity of self-rated health. Plos One. 9: e84933
Schnittker J. (2014) The Psychological Dimensions and the Social Consequences of Incarceration Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 651: 122-138
Wildeman C, Turney K, Schnittker J. (2014) The hedonic consequences of punishment revisited Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology. 104: 133-163
Schnittker J, Bacak V. (2013) A mark of disgrace or a badge of honor?: Subjective status among former inmates Social Problems. 60: 234-254
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