Esther Chung
Esther Chung
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The relationship between responsive caregiving and child outcomes: evidence from direct observations of mother-child dyads in Pakistan
E Scherer, A Hagaman, E Chung, A Rahman, K O’Donnell, J Maselko
BMC Public Health 19 (1), 1-10, 2019
182019
Child wasting and concurrent stunting in low-and middle-income countries
A Mertens, J Benjamin-Chung, JM Colford, AE Hubbard, M van der Laan, ...
medRxiv, 2020
102020
Causes and consequences of child growth failure in low-and middle-income countries
A Mertens, J Benjamin-Chung, JM Colford, J Coyle, M van der Laan, ...
MedRxiv, 2020
92020
Maternal depression in rural Pakistan: the protective associations with cultural postpartum practices
K LeMasters, N Andrabi, L Zalla, A Hagaman, EO Chung, JA Gallis, ...
BMC public health 20 (1), 1-12, 2020
82020
Effectiveness of a peer-delivered, psychosocial intervention on maternal depression and child development at 3 years postnatal: a cluster randomised trial in Pakistan
J Maselko, S Sikander, EL Turner, LM Bates, I Ahmad, N Atif, V Baranov, ...
The Lancet Psychiatry 7 (9), 775-787, 2020
62020
The contribution of grandmother involvement to child growth and development: an observational study in rural Pakistan
EO Chung, A Hagaman, K LeMasters, N Andrabi, V Baranov, LM Bates, ...
BMJ global health 5 (8), e002181, 2020
42020
Early childhood linear growth failure in low-and middle-income countries
J Benjamin-Chung, A Mertens, JM Colford, AE Hubbard, MJ van der Laan, ...
medRxiv, 2020
42020
Characteristics of pica behaviors among women in Western Kenya
EO Chung, DO Omollo, B Mattah, MD Hickey, CR Salmen, EM Milner, ...
BMC, 2019
42019
Maternal depressive symptoms and child behavior among Mexican women and their children
EP Flynn, EO Chung, EJ Ozer, LCH Fernald
International journal of environmental research and public health 14 (12), 1566, 2017
42017
Adverse childhood experiences and depression among women in rural Pakistan
K LeMasters, LM Bates, EO Chung, JA Gallis, A Hagaman, E Scherer, ...
BMC public health 21 (1), 1-11, 2021
32021
Looking Back to Leap Forward: A Framework for Operationalizing the Structural Racism Construct in Minority and Immigrant Health Research
AC Dennis, EO Chung, EK Lodge, RA Martinez, RE Wilbur
Ethnicity & Disease 31 (Suppl), 301-310, 2021
32021
Caregiver perceptions of child development in rural Madagascar: a cross-sectional study
EO Chung, LCH Fernald, E Galasso, L Ratsifandrihamanana, AM Weber
BMC public health 19 (1), 1-12, 2019
32019
Characteristics of pica behavior among mothers around lake victoria, Kenya: A cross-sectional study
EO Chung, B Mattah, MD Hickey, CR Salmen, EM Milner, EA Bukusi, ...
International journal of environmental research and public health 16 (14), 2510, 2019
32019
A holistic approach to promoting early child development: a cluster randomised trial of a group-based, multicomponent intervention in rural Bangladesh
HO Pitchik, F Tofail, M Rahman, F Akter, J Sultana, AK Shoab, TMN Huda, ...
BMJ global health 6 (3), e004307, 2021
22021
Longitudinal effects of perinatal social support on maternal depression: a marginal structural modelling approach
A Hagaman, K LeMasters, PN Zivich, S Sikander, LM Bates, S Bhalotra, ...
J Epidemiol Community Health, 2021
12021
Grandmother involvement in rural Pakistan: An observational study on child growth and development
EO Chung, A Hagaman, K LeMasters, N Andrabi, V Baranov, LM Bates, ...
Available at SSRN 3487743, 2019
12019
Cross-cultural research on child development and maternal mental health in low-and middle-income countries
HO Pitchik, EO Chung, LCH Fernald
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 36, 90-97, 2020
2020
Response to Methods for Estimating the Effect of Minimum Wages on Health Should Target Policy-Relevant Parameters.
JP Leigh
American Journal of Epidemiology, 2020
2020
Caregiver Perceptions of Child Development
EO Chung, LCH Fernald, E Galasso, L Ratsifandrihamanana, A Weber
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2019
2019
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