His primary areas of study are Demography, Gerontology, National Health Interview Survey, Socioeconomic status and Acculturation. His study in the fields of Mortality rate under the domain of Demography overlaps with other disciplines such as Geography. The concepts of his Gerontology study are interwoven with issues in Mortality differentials and Attendance.
His work is dedicated to discovering how National Health Interview Survey, National Death Index are connected with Epidemiology and Human geography and other disciplines. His Socioeconomic status research incorporates elements of Birth weight and Low birth weight. Robert A. Hummer has researched Acculturation in several fields, including National health and Pooled data.
Robert A. Hummer spends much of his time researching Demography, Gerontology, Socioeconomic status, National Health Interview Survey and Educational attainment. His work on Mortality rate as part of his general Demography study is frequently connected to Geography, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. Robert A. Hummer studied Gerontology and Cohort that intersect with Cohort study.
Robert A. Hummer interconnects Health equity, Health and Retirement Study and Affect in the investigation of issues within Socioeconomic status. His National Health Interview Survey research integrates issues from National Death Index, Cause of death and Environmental health. His work carried out in the field of Infant mortality brings together such families of science as Developed country, Birth weight and Low birth weight.
Demography, Socioeconomic status, Young adult, Educational attainment and Life course approach are his primary areas of study. Robert A. Hummer combines subjects such as Life expectancy and U s population with his study of Demography. His Socioeconomic status research includes themes of Health equity and Hysterectomy.
He has included themes like Cohort and Population health in his Young adult study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Affect, Health and Retirement Study, Unemployment and Infant mortality in addition to Educational attainment. His Life course approach research focuses on Gerontology and how it connects with Disadvantaged, Marital status and National Longitudinal Surveys.
Robert A. Hummer focuses on Demography, Young adult, Socioeconomic status, Health and Retirement Study and Racial ethnic. The various areas that Robert A. Hummer examines in his Demography study include Psychological intervention, Obesity, National Health Interview Survey, Life expectancy and Health equity. His National Health Interview Survey study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Cigarette smoking.
His Young adult research focuses on Life course approach and how it relates to Mental health, Cohort, Disadvantaged and Gerontology. His Socioeconomic status research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hysterectomy, Reproductive age, Health care and Reproductive health. The Racial ethnic study combines topics in areas such as Hispanic paradox and Social determinants of health.
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Religious involvement and U.S. adult mortality
Robert A. Hummer;Richard G. Rogers;Charles B. Nam;Christopher G. Ellison.
FRATERNITIES AND RAPE ON CAMPUS
Patricia Yancey Martin;Robert A. Hummer.
Gender & Society (1989)
Immigration and the Health of Asian and Pacific Islander Adults in the United States
W. Parker Frisbie;Youngtae Cho;Robert A. Hummer.
American Journal of Epidemiology (2001)
Living and Dying in the USA: Behavioral, Health, and Social Differentials of Adult Mortality
Ichiro Kawachi;Richard G. Rogers;Robert A. Hummer;Charles B. Nam.
Self-reported health and adult mortality risk: an analysis of cause-specific mortality.
Maureen Reindl Benjamins;Robert A Hummer;Isaac W Eberstein;Charles B Nam.
Social Science & Medicine (2004)
The Role of Discrimination and Acculturative Stress in the Physical Health of Mexican-Origin Adults
Brian Karl Finch;Robert A. Hummer;Bohdan Kol;William A. Vega.
Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences (2001)
Paradox found (again): infant mortality among the Mexican-origin population in the United States.
Robert A. Hummer;Daniel A. Powers;Starling G. Pullum;Ginger L. Gossman.
Validity of Self-rated Health among Latino(a)s
Brian Karl Finch;Robert A. Hummer;Maureen Reindl;William A. Vega.
American Journal of Epidemiology (2002)
Low birth weight, social factors, and developmental outcomes among children in the United States.
Jason D. Boardman;Daniel A. Powers;Yolanda C. Padilla;Robert A. Hummer.
Nativity, duration of residence, and the health of Hispanic adults in the United States
Youngtae Cho;W. Parker Frisbie;Robert A. Hummer;Richard G. Rogers.
International Migration Review (2004)
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