†Benson, R., von Hippel,, P.T., & Lynch, J.L. (2017). “Does more education cause lower BMI, or do lower-BMI individuals become more educated? Evidence from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1979.” Social Science and Medicine, accepted.
von Hippel, P. T. & Workman, J. (2016). “From kindergarten through second grade, children’s obesity prevalence grows only during summer vacations.” Obesity 24(11), 2296-2300. First published November 2, 2016. doi: 10.1002/oby.21613
von Hippel, P. T., †Bellows. L., Osborne, C., Lincove, J., & Mills, N. (2016). “Teacher quality differences between teacher preparation programs: How big? How reliable? Which programs are different?” Economics of Education Review 53: 31-45. Also available as SSRN working paper 2506935.
von Hippel, P. T. & †Bradbury, K. (2015). “The effects of school physical education grants on obesity, fitness, and achievement.” Preventive Medicine 78: 45-51.
von Hippel, P. T., Nahhas, R., & Czerwinski, S. (2015). “How much do children’s body mass indices change over periods of 6-12 months? Statistics from before and during the obesity epidemic.” Pediatric Obesity 10(6): 468-475.
von Hippel, P.T. (2015). “New confidence intervals and bias calculations show that maximum likelihood can beat multiple imputation in small samples.” Structural Equation Modeling, 23(3): 423-437. Also available as arXiv e-print 5835.
von Hippel, P.T. (2013). “The bias and efficiency of incomplete-data estimators in small univariate normal samples.” Sociological Methods and Research, 42(4): 531-558. Also available as arXiv e-print 3132.