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Kohler, Hans-Peter, Jere R. Behrman, and Jason Schnittker. Social science methods for twins data: Integrating causality, endowments and heritability. PSC Working Paper Series. Philadelphia, PA: Population Studies Center, University of Pennsylvania, 2010.
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Massoglia, Michael, and Jason Schnittker. "Improving the Health of Current and Former Inmates: What Matters Most?" In Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice Policy: Policy Proposals from the American Society of Criminology Conference, edited by Natasha A. Frost, Joshua D. Freilich and Todd R. Clear. Belmont, CA: Cengage/Wadsworth, 2009.
Massoglia, Michael, and Jason Schnittker. "No Real Release." Contexts 8 (2009): 38-42. Abstract
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Schnittker, Jason, and Jane D. McLeod. "The Social Psychology of Health Disparities." Annual Review of Sociology 31 (2005): 75-103. Abstract
Schnittker, Jason. "Public Beliefs about Mental Health and Illness." In Handbook of the Sociology of Mental Health, Second Edition, edited by Carol S. Aneshensel, Jo C. Phelan and Alex Bierman, 75-93. 2nd. ed. New York: Springer, 2013. Abstract
Schnittker, Jason. "Natural Symptoms? The Intersection of Social, Biological, and Genetic Determinants of Depression in Later Life." In Genetics, Health and Society, 187-214. Vol. 16. Advances in Medical Sociology 16. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2015.
Schnittker, Jason. "Education and the Changing Shape of the Income Gradient in Health." Journal of Health and Social Behavior 45 (2004): 286-305. Abstract
Schnittker, Jason. "Between two extremes: A response to Lichtenberg and Lexchin." Social Science & Medicine 70 (2010): 974-975.
Schnittker, Jason. "The Psychological Dimensions and the Social Consequences of Incarceration." Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 651 (2014): 122-138.
Schnittker, Jason. "Acculturation in Context: The Self-Esteem of Chinese Immigrants." Social Psychology Quarterly 65 (2002): 56-76. Abstract