Read, Jen’nan G., Jessica S. West, and Christina Kamis. 2019. “Immigration and Health among Non-Hispanic Whites: The Impact of Arrival Cohort and Region of Birth.” Social Science & Medicine 112754.
Read, Jen’nan G., Kristine J. Ajrouch, and Jessica S. West. 2019. “Disparities in Disability among Arab Americans by Nativity, Immigrant Arrival Cohort, and Country of Birth.” Social Science & Medicine - Population Health 7:100325.
West, Jessica S. 2017. "Hearing Impairment, Social Support, and Depressive Symptoms among U.S. Adults: A Test of the Stress Process Paradigm." Social Science & Medicine 192:94-101.
West, Jessica S., Jacob C.M. Low, and Konstantina M. Stankovic. 2016. “Revealing Hearing Loss: A Survey of How People Verbally Disclose Their Hearing Loss.” Ear and Hearing 37(2):194-205.
West, Jessica S. “Hearing Impairment and Mental Health Among Married Couples.”
Revise and resubmit at Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences, December 13, 2019
Read, Jen’nan G., Scott M. Lynch, and Jessica S. West. “Disaggregating Heterogeneity among Non-Hispanic Whites: Evidence and Implications for U.S. Racial/Ethnic Health Disparities.”
Under review at Population Research and Policy Review, December 4, 2019
West, Jessica S. and Scott M. Lynch. “Demographic and Socioeconomic Disparities in Life Expectancy with Hearing Loss in the U.S.”
Under review at Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences, December 16, 2019
West, Jessica S. and Scott M. Lynch. “Cognitive and Hearing Impairments in Older Adults: Evidence from the Health and Retirement Study.”
West, Jessica S. and Scott M. Lynch. “Hearing and Cognitively Impaired Life Expectancies in the U.S.”
Riska, Kristal, Sherri Smith, Jessica S. West, Sarah Peskoe, and Amie Kim*. “Hearing Impairment, Falls, and the Effect of Hearing Aids: Analyses of HRS Data.”
Kamis, Christina* and Jessica S. West. “Depression and Metabolic Syndrome in the Marital Dyad: Is Social Participation a Key Mediator?”
MPH thesis: “Exploring Strategies for Telling Others About Hearing Loss.”
Undergraduate honors thesis: “The Everyday Management of a Hard of Hearing Identity.”
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