Benjamin G. Gibbs, Ph.D.

2009 Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
Gender Studies, Mathematics Education, Cognitive Psychology, Reading Education
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Douglas B. Downey grad student 2009 Ohio State
 (Gender and cognitive skills throughout childhood.)
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Gibbs BG, Workman J, Downey DB. (2016) The (Conditional) Resource Dilution Model: State- and Community-Level Modifications. Demography
Gibbs BG, Erickson LD, Dufur MJ, et al. (2015) Extracurricular associations and college enrollment. Social Science Research. 50: 367-81
Gibbs BG, Shafer K, Dufur MJ. (2015) Why infer? The use and misuse of population data in sport research International Review For the Sociology of Sport. 50: 115-121
Gibbs BG, Shafer K, Miles A. (2015) Inferential statistics and the use of administrative data in US educational research International Journal of Research and Method in Education. 1-7
Ward C, Gibbs BG, Buttars R, et al. (2015) Assessing the 21st century after-school program and the educational gains of LEP participants: A contextual approach Journal of Education For Students Placed At Risk. 20: 312-335
Gibbs BG, Forste R. (2014) Breastfeeding, parenting, and early cognitive development. The Journal of Pediatrics. 164: 487-93
Gibbs BG, Forste R. (2014) Socioeconomic status, infant feeding practices and early childhood obesity Pediatric Obesity. 9: 135-146
Gibbs BG, Heaton TB. (2014) Drop out from primary to secondary school in Mexico: A life course perspective International Journal of Educational Development. 36: 63-71
Gibbs BG, Jarvis JA, Dufur MJ. (2012) The rise of the underdog? The relative age effect reversal among Canadian-born NHL hockey players: A reply to Nolan and Howell International Review For the Sociology of Sport. 47: 644-649
Gibbs BG. (2010) Reversing fortunes or content change? Gender gaps in math-related skill throughout childhood Social Science Research. 39: 540-569
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