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Curriculum Vitae

Articles

The following is a list of articles that I have published. Please click on the title for more information including abstract and any files that are associated with the article.

forth. Creating Measures of Theoretically Relevant Neighborhood Attributes at Multiple Spatial Scales.
Michael D. M. Bader and Jennifer A. Ailshire. Sociological Methodology.

2014 Comparing Nutrition Environments in Bodegas and Fast-Food Restaurants.
Kathryn M. Neckerman, Laszlo Lovasi, Paulette Yousefzadeh, Daniel Sheehan, Karla Milinkovic, Aileen Baecker, Michael D. M. Bader, Christopher Weiss, Gina S. Lovasi and Andrew Rundle. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 114(4): 595-602.

2013 Neighbourhood Food Environments and Body Mass Index among New York City Adults.
James Stark, Kathryn Neckerman, Gina Lovasi, Kevin Konty, James Quinn, Peter Arno, Deborah Viola, Tiffany Harris, Christopher Weiss, Michael D. M. Bader and Andrew Rundle. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 67(9): 736-742.

2013 More Neighborhood Retail Associated with Lower Obesity among New York City Public High School Students.
Michael D. M. Bader, Ofira Schwartz-Soicher, Darby Jack, Christopher Weiss, Catherine Richards, James W. Quinn, Gina S. Lovasi, Kathryn M. Neckerman and Andrew G. Rundle. Health & Place 23: 104-110.

2013 Socio-economic status, neighbourhood food environments and consumption of fruits and vegetables in New York City.
Darby Jack, Kathryn Neckerman, Ofira Schwartz-Soicher, Gina S. Lovasi, James Quinn, Catherine Richards, Michael Bader, Christopher Weiss, Kevin Konty, Peter Arno, Deborah Viola, Bonnie Kerker and Andrew Rundle. Public Health Nutrition 16(7): 1197-1205.

2013 Length of Residence and Social Integration: The Contingent Effects of Neighborhood Poverty.
Danya Keene, Michael Bader and Jennifer Ailshire. Health & Place 21: 171-178.

2013 Associations Between Body Mass Index and Park Proximity, Size, Cleanliness, and Recreational Facilities.
Andrew Rundle, James Quinn, Gina Lovasi, Michael D. M. Bader, Paulette Yousefzadeh, Christopher Weiss and Kathryn Neckerman. American Journal of Health Promotion 27(4): 262-269.

2012 Individual- and School-Level Sociodemographic Predictors of Obesity Among New York City Public School Children.
Andrew Rundle, Catherine Richards, Michael D. M. Bader, Ofira Schwartz-Soicher, Karen K. Lee, James Quinn, Gina S. Lovasi, Christopher Weiss and Kathryn Neckerman. American Journal of Epidemiology 176(11): 986-994.

2012 Body Mass Index, Safety Hazards, and Neighborhood Attractiveness.
Gina S. Lovasi, Michael D. M. Bader, James Quinn, Kathryn Neckerman, Christopher Weiss and Andrew Rundle. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 43(4): 378-384.

2012 Neighborhood Walkability and Active Travel (Walking and Cycling) in New York City.
Lance Freeman, Kathryn Neckerman, Ofira Schwartz-Soicher, Catherine Richards, Michael Bader, Darby Jack, Gina Lovasi, Christopher Weiss, Kevin Konty, Peter Arno, Deborah Viola, Bonnie Kerker and Andrew Rundle. Journal of Urban Health.

2012 Retail Grocery Store Marketing Strategies and Obesity: An Integrative Review.
Karen Glanz, Michael D. M. Bader and Shally Iyer. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 42(5): 503-512.

2011 Reassessing Residential Preferences for Redevelopment.
Michael D. M. Bader. City & Community 10(3): 311-337.

2011 Local Racial Residential Segregation and Low Birth Weight in Michigan Cities.
Michelle L.P. Debbink and Michael D. M. Bader. American Journal of Public Health 101(9): 1714-1720.

2011 Reconsidering Access: Park Facilities and Neighborhood Disamenities in New York City.
Christopher Weiss, Marnie Purciel, Michael Bader, James W. Quinn, Gina Lovasi, Kathryn M. Neckerman and Andrew G. Rundle. Journal of Urban Health 88(2): 297-310.

2011 Using Google Street View to Audit Neighborhood Environments.
Andrew Rundle, Michael D. M. Bader, Catherine Richards, Kathryn M. Neckerman and Julien O. Teitler. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 40(1): 94-100.

2010 Using Google Earth to Conduct a Neighborhood Audit: Reliability of a Virtual Audit Instrument.
Philippa Clarke, Jennifer A. Ailshire, Robert Melendez, Michael D. M. Bader and Jeffrey D. Morenoff. Health & Place 16(6): 1224-1229.

2010 Disparities in Neighborhood Food Environments: Implications of Measurement Strategies.
Michael D. M. Bader, Marnie Purciel, Paulette Yousefzadeh and Kathryn M. Neckerman. Economic Geography 86(4): 409-430.

2010 Disparities in the Food Environment of New York City Public Schools.
Kathryn M. Neckerman, Michael D. M. Bader, Catherine Richards, Marnie Purciel, James W. Quinn, Julie Simon Thomas, Caitlin Warbelow, Christopher Weiss, Gina S. Lovasi and Andrew Rundle. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 39(3): 195-202.

2010 Measurement of the Local Food Environment: A Comparison of Existing Data Sources.
Michael D. M. Bader, Jennifer A. Ailshire, Jeffrey D. Morenoff and James S. House. American Journal of Epidemiology 171(5): 609-617.

2009 Creating and Validating GIS Measures of Urban Design for Health Research.
Marnie Purciel, Kathryn M. Neckerman, Gina S. Lovasi, James W. Quinn, Christopher Weiss, Michael D. M. Bader, Reid Ewing and Andrew Rundle. Journal of Environmental Psychology 29(4): 457-466.

2009 Racial Blind Spots: Black-White-Latino Differences in Community Knowledge.
Maria Krysan and Michael D. M. Bader. Social Problems 56(4): 677-701.

2008 Mobility Disability and the Built Environment.
Philippa Clarke, Jennifer A. Ailshire, Michael Bader, Jeffrey D. Morenoff and James S. House. American Journal of Epidemiology 168(5): 506-513.

2007 Perceiving the Metropolis: Seeing the City Through a Prism of Race.
Maria Krysan and Michael Bader. Social Forces 86(2): 699-733.