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Tip of the iceberg: reporting and gender-based violence in developing countries
T Palermo, J Bleck, A Peterman
American journal of epidemiology 179 (5), 602-612, 2014
4962014
Estimates and determinants of sexual violence against women in the Democratic Republic of Congo
A Peterman, T Palermo, C Bredenkamp
American journal of public health 101 (6), 1060-1067, 2011
4962011
Seroprevalence of Epstein-Barr virus infection in US children ages 6-19, 2003-2010
JB Dowd, T Palermo, J Brite, TW McDade, A Aiello
PloS one 8 (5), e64921, 2013
2722013
Child marriage and associated outcomes in northern Ghana: a cross-sectional study
R De Groot, MY Kuunyem, T Palermo
BMC public health 18, 1-12, 2018
1622018
Myth-busting? Confronting six common perceptions about unconditional cash transfers as a poverty reduction strategy in Africa
S Handa, S Daidone, A Peterman, B Davis, A Pereira, T Palermo, ...
The World Bank Research Observer 33 (2), 259-298, 2018
1532018
Cash transfers and child nutrition: pathways and impacts
R De Groot, T Palermo, S Handa, LP Ragno, A Peterman
Development policy review: the journal of the Overseas Development Institute …, 2017
1522017
Poverty and perceived stress: Evidence from two unconditional cash transfer programs in Zambia
L Hjelm, S Handa, J de Hoop, T Palermo, CGP Zambia, MCPE Teams
Social science & medicine 177, 110-117, 2017
1472017
Age and intimate partner violence: An analysis of global trends among women experiencing victimization in 30 developing countries
A Peterman, J Bleck, T Palermo
Journal of Adolescent Health 57 (6), 624-630, 2015
1412015
How to make ‘cash plus’ work: Linking cash transfers to services and sectors
K Roelen, S Devereux, AG Abdulai, B Martorano, T Palermo, LP Ragno
Innocenti Working Paper WP-2017-10, 2017
1232017
Are female orphans at risk for early marriage, early sexual debut, and teen pregnancy? Evidence from sub‐Saharan Africa
T Palermo, A Peterman
Studies in family planning 40 (2), 101-112, 2009
1202009
Government of Malawi's unconditional cash transfer improves youth mental health
G Angeles, J de Hoop, S Handa, K Kilburn, A Milazzo, A Peterman, ...
Social Science & Medicine 225, 108-119, 2019
1072019
Food access and diet quality are associated with quality of life outcomes among HIV-infected individuals in Uganda
T Palermo, R Rawat, SD Weiser, S Kadiyala
PloS one 8 (4), e62353, 2013
1062013
Undercounting, overcounting and the longevity of flawed estimates: statistics on sexual violence in conflict
T Palermo, A Peterman
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 89, 924-925, 2011
1032011
The relationship between parental presence and child sexual violence: evidence from thirteen countries in sub-Saharan Africa
R Kidman, T Palermo
Child abuse & neglect 51, 172-180, 2016
982016
Examination of performance of the Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale Short Form 10 among African youth in poor, rural households
K Kilburn, L Prencipe, L Hjelm, A Peterman, S Handa, T Palermo
BMC psychiatry 18, 1-13, 2018
942018
Knowledge and use of emergency contraception: a multicountry analysis
T Palermo, J Bleck, E Westley
International Perspectives on sexual and reproductive Health 40 (2), 79-86, 2014
852014
Women’s individual asset ownership and experience of intimate partner violence: evidence from 28 international surveys
A Peterman, A Pereira, J Bleck, TM Palermo, KM Yount
American journal of public health 107 (5), 747-755, 2017
832017
Race/ethnic and socioeconomic differences in stress and immune function in The National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health
JB Dowd, T Palermo, L Chyu, E Adam, TW McDade
Social Science & Medicine 115, 49-55, 2014
812014
Family poverty is associated with cytomegalovirus antibody titers in US children.
JB Dowd, TM Palermo, AE Aiello
Health Psychology 31 (1), 5, 2012
782012
Association between breast cancer and allostatic load by race: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 1999–2008
V Parente, L Hale, T Palermo
Psycho‐Oncology 22 (3), 621-628, 2013
772013
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