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Emily Snell

Emily Snell

Research Scientist
Temple University


Research/Scholarship

Education

Year Degree Institution
2008 PhD, Human Development and Social Policy Northwestern University
1998 B.A. Biology Williams College

Selected Publications

Snell, E. K., Adam, E. K., Duncan, G. (2007). Sleep and the Body Mass Index and overweight status of children and adolescents. Child Development.

Adam, E. K., Snell, E. K., & Pendry, P. (2007). Sleep timing and quantity in ecological and family context: A nationally representative time-diary study. Journal of Family Psychology.

Duncan, G. J., Clark-Kauffman, E. & Snell, E. (2006). Residential mobility interventions as treatments for the sequelae of neighborhood violence in A. Lieberman & R. DeMartino (Eds.), Interventions for children exposed to violence Johnson and Johnson Pediatric Institute.

Snell, E. K., & Duncan, G. (2006). Child characteristics and successful housing voucher utilization: Estimates from the Moving to Opportunity demonstration. Housing Policy Debate.

Reed, J. M., Pashup, J., & Snell, E. K. (2005). Voucher use, labor force participation, and life priorities: Findings from the Gautreaux Two Housing Mobility Study. Cityscape: 8, 219-239.

Knickman, J. R., Hunt, K., Snell, E. K., Alecxih, L., & Kennell, D. (2003). Wealth patterns among elderly Americans: Implications for health care affordability. Health Affairs: 22, 168-174.

Knickman, J R., & Snell, E. K. (2002). The 2030 Problem: Caring for aging baby boomers. Health Services Research: 37, 849-84.

Leviton, L. C., Snell, E., & McGinnis, M. (2000). Urban issues in health promotion strategies. American Journal of Public Health: 90, 863-6.

Research Interests

Child well-being, children’s time use, neighborhood poverty, low-income children's educational outcomes, person-context interactions.

Professional

Works In Progress

2006 Patterns of fathering in an ethnically and economically diverse sample of married and non-married couples of infants: A qualitative study.

2006 Adolescents’ momentary emotion and motivation at school and study: Student and family influences


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