Craig Hadley
Craig Hadley
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Are immigrant enclaves healthy places to live? The Multi-ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis
TL Osypuk, AVD Roux, C Hadley, NR Kandula
Social science & medicine 69 (1), 110-120, 2009
Gender bias in the food insecurity experience of Ethiopian adolescents
C Hadley, D Lindstrom, F Tessema, T Belachew
Social science & medicine 66 (2), 427-438, 2008
Food insecurity in rural Tanzania is associated with maternal anxiety and depression
C Hadley, CL Patil
American Journal of Human Biology: The Official Journal of the Human Biology …, 2006
Moving beyond hunger and nutrition: a systematic review of the evidence linking food insecurity and mental health in developing countries
LJ Weaver, C Hadley
Ecology of food and nutrition 48 (4), 263-284, 2009
Water insecurity in 3 dimensions: An anthropological perspective on water and women's psychosocial distress in Ethiopia
EGJ Stevenson, LE Greene, KC Maes, A Ambelu, YA Tesfaye, ...
Social science & medicine 75 (2), 392-400, 2012
Acculturation, economics and food insecurity among refugees resettled in the USA: a case study of West African refugees
C Hadley, A Zodhiates, DW Sellen
Public health nutrition 10 (4), 405-412, 2007
Food insecurity, stressful life events and symptoms of anxiety and depression in east Africa: evidence from the Gilgel Gibe growth and development study
C Hadley, A Tegegn, F Tessema, JA Cowan, M Asefa, S Galea
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 62 (11), 980-986, 2008
Food insecurity, school absenteeism and educational attainment of adolescents in Jimma Zone Southwest Ethiopia: a longitudinal study
T Belachew, C Hadley, D Lindstrom, A Gebremariam, C Lachat, ...
Nutrition journal 10 (1), 29, 2011
Unpacking dietary acculturation among new Americans: results from formative research with African refugees
CL Patil, C Hadley, PD Nahayo
Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 11 (5), 342-358, 2009
Coping and the biosocial consequences of food insecurity in the 21st century
C Hadley, DL Crooks
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 149 (S55), 72-94, 2012
Seasonal food insecurity and perceived social support in rural Tanzania
C Hadley, MB Mulder, E Fitzherbert
Public health nutrition 10 (6), 544-551, 2007
Experience-based measures of food and water security: biocultural approaches to grounded measures of insecurity
C Hadley, A Wutich
Human Organization 68 (4), 451-460, 2009
Seasonal changes in household food insecurity and symptoms of anxiety and depression
C Hadley, CL Patil
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 2008
The association between food insecurity and inflammation in the US adult population
C Gowda, C Hadley, AE Aiello
American journal of public health 102 (8), 1579-1586, 2012
The ultimatum game in southwestern Tanzania: Ethnic variation and institutional scope
B Paciotti, C Hadley
Current Anthropology 44 (3), 427-432, 2003
Grass-roots justice in Tanzania: cultural evolution and game theory help to explain how a history of cooperation influences the success of social organizations
B Paciotti, C Hadley, C Holmes, MB Mulder
American Scientist 93 (1), 58-65, 2005
Dichotomous male reproductive strategies in a polygynous human society: Mating versus parental effort
KM Heath, C Hadley
Current Anthropology 39 (3), 369-374, 1998
Women's preferences for obstetric care in rural Ethiopia: a population-based discrete choice experiment in a region with low rates of facility delivery
ME Kruk, MM Paczkowski, A Tegegn, F Tessema, C Hadley, M Asefa, ...
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 64 (11), 984-988, 2010
Food security and child hunger among recently resettled Liberian refugees and asylum seekers: a pilot study
C Hadley, D Sellen
Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 8 (4), 369-375, 2006
Rapidly rising food prices and the experience of food insecurity in urban Ethiopia: impacts on health and well-being
C Hadley, EGJ Stevenson, Y Tadesse, T Belachew
Social Science & Medicine 75 (12), 2412-2419, 2012
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