Niloy Bose and Rebecca Neumann (both Economics). 2015. An Explanation for the Diversity of Financial Structure. Macroeconomic Dynamics, 19(2): 270-287.
Rebecca Neumann (Economics) and John Ssozi (’11, PhD Economics). 2015. Political Influence on Fiscal and Monetary Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa. Journal of African Economies.
Marcus Britton and William Velez (Sociology). (2015). Boricuas, Barrios and Birth Outcomes: Residential Segregation and Preterm Birth among Puerto Ricans in the United States. Centro Journal, 27(1): 77-99.
Isaac W. Park and Mark D. Schwartz (both Geography). 2015. Long-term Herbarium Records Reveal Temperature Dependent Changes in Flowering Phenology in the Southeastern United States. International Journal of Biometeorology, 59: 247-355.
Lingling Liu, Liang Liang, Mark D. Schwartz, Alison Donnelly (all Geography), Zhousen Wang and Crystal B. Schaaf. 2015. Evaluating the Potential of MODIS Satellite Data to Track Temporal Dynamics of Autumn Phenology in a Temperature Mixed Forest. Remote Sensing of Environment, 160: 156-165.
Toby R. Ault, Raul Zurita-Milla, and Mark D. Schwartz (Geography). 2015. A Matlab Toolbox for Calculating Spring Indices from Daily Meteorological Data. Computers & Geosciences, 83: 46-53.
Nitasha R. Dickes and Tiffany Kodak (Psychology). 2015. Evaluating the emergence of bi-directional intraverbals in young children with autism spectrum disorder. Behavioral Interventions, 30(3): 169-190
Amber R. Paden and Tiffany Kodak (Psychology). 2015. The effect of reinforcement magnitude on skill acquisition with children with autism. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.
Tiffany Kodak (Psychology) and Amber R. Paden. 2015. A comparison of intraverbal and listener training for children with autism spectrum disorder. The Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 31: 137-144.
Jason C. Vladescu and Tiffany Kodak (Psychology). 2015. The effect of a multiple-schedule arrangement on mands of a child with autism. Behavioral Interventions.