PUBLICATIONS

1. Jacobs, Lawrence R. and Timothy Callaghan.  2013. “Why States Expand Medicaid: Party, Resources, and History.”  Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 38 (5), 1023-1050. Link

6. Callaghan, Timothy and Lawrence Jacobs. 2017. “The Future of Health Care Reform: What is Driving Enrollment?” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 42 (2), 215-246. Link

8. Motta, Matt, Timothy Callaghan, and Brianna Smith. 2017. “Looking for Answers: Identifying Search Behavior and Improving Knowledge-Based Data Quality in Online Surveys.” International Journal of Public Opinion Research. 29 (4), 575-603. Link

10. Adam Olson, Timothy Callaghan and Andrew Karch. 2018. “Return of the 'Rightful Remedy': Partisan Federalism, Resource Availability, and Nullification Legislation in the American States.”  Publius: The Journal of Federalism. 48 (3). Link

9. Smith, Brianna, Zein Murib, Matt Motta, Timothy Callaghan, and Marissa Theys. 2018.  ““Gay” or “Homosexual”: The Implications of Social Category Labels for the Structure of Mass Attitudes.” American Politics Research. 46 (2), 336-372. Link

7. Callaghan, Timothy and Adam Olson. 2017. “Unearthing the Hidden Welfare State: Race, Political Attitudes, and Unforeseen Consequences.” Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics. 2 (1), 63-87. Link

5. Luttig, Matthew and Timothy Callaghan. 2016. “Is President Obama’s Race Chronically Accessible? Racial Priming in the 2012 Presidential Election.” Political Communication. 33 (4), 628-650. Link

4. Callaghan, Timothy and Lawrence Jacobs. 2016. “Interest Group Conflict over Medicaid Expansion: The Surprising Impact of Public Advocates” The American Journal of Public Health, 106 (2), 308-313. Link

3. Callaghan, Timothy and Lawrence Jacobs. 2014. “Process Learning and the Implementation of Medicaid Reform.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism, 44 (4), 541-563. Link

2. Chen, Philip G., Jacob Appleby, Eugene Borgida, Timothy Callaghan, Pierce Ekstrom, Christina E. Farhart, Elizabeth Housholder et al. 2014. "The Minnesota Multi‐Investigator 2012 Presidential Election Panel Study." Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 14 (1), 78-104. Link

8. Motta, Matt, Timothy Callaghan, and Brianna Smith. 2017. “Looking for Answers: Identifying Search Behavior and Improving Knowledge-Based Data Quality in Online Surveys.” International Journal of Public Opinion Research. 29 (4), 575-603. Link

9. Smith, Brianna, Zein Murib, Matt Motta, Timothy Callaghan, and Marissa Theys. 2018.  ““Gay” or “Homosexual”: The Implications of Social Category Labels for the Structure of Mass Attitudes.” American Politics Research. 46 (2), 336-372. Link

10. Adam Olson, Timothy Callaghan and Andrew Karch. 2018. “Return of the 'Rightful Remedy': Partisan Federalism, Resource Availability, and Nullification Legislation in the American States.”  Publius: The Journal of Federalism. 48 (3). Link

11. Motta, Matthew, Timothy Callaghan, and Steven Sylvester. 2018.  “Knowing Less but Presuming More: Dunning-Kruger Effects and the Endorsement of Anti-Vaccine Policy Attitudes.” Social Science and Medicine. 211, 274-281. Link

6. Callaghan, Timothy and Lawrence Jacobs. 2017. “The Future of Health Care Reform: What is Driving Enrollment?” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 42 (2), 215-246. Link

12. Ferdinand, Alva, Marvellous Akinlotan, Timothy Callaghan, Samuel Towne, and Jane Bolin. 2019. “Diabetes-Related Hospital Mortality in the U.S.: A Pooled Cross-Sectional Study of the National Inpatient Sample.” Journal of Diabetes and Its Complications. 33 (5): 350-355. Link

13. Callaghan, Timothy and Steven Sylvester. 2019. “Autism Spectrum Disorder, Politics, and the Generosity of Insurance Mandates in the United States.” PLOS ONE. 14(5): e0217064. Link

24. Callaghan, Timothy and Steven Sylvester. Forthcoming (Available Online). “Private Citizens as Policy Entrepreneurs: Evidence from Autism Mandates and Parental Political Mobilization.” Policy Studies Journal. Link

18. Callaghan, Timothy, Alva Ferdinand, Marvellous Akinlotan, Samuel Towne, and Jane Bolin. Forthcoming (Available Online). “The Changing Landscape of Diabetes Mortality in the United States across Region and Rurality, 1999-2016.” The Journal of Rural Health. Link

14. Callaghan, Timothy, David Washburn, Katharine Nimmons, Delia Duchicela, Anoop Gurram, and James Burdine. 2019. “Immigrant Health Access in Texas: Policy, Rhetoric, and Fear in the Trump Era.” BMC Health Services Research. 19 (1): 342. Link

16. Primm, Kristin*, Marvellous Akinlotan, Timothy Callaghan, Samuel Towne, Alva Ferdinand, and Jane Bolin. 2019. “Congestive Heart Failure-Related Hospital Deaths Across the Urban-Rural Continuum in the United States. Preventative Medicine Reports. Volume 16. Link

19. Lee, Ju Sung, Timothy Callaghan, Marcia Ory, Hongwei Zhao, and Jane N Bolin. 2020. “Cardiovascular and Metabolic Risk - The Impact of Medicaid Expansion on Diabetes Management.” Diabetes Care. 43 (5): 1094-1101. Link

20. Lee, Ju Sung, Timothy Callaghan, Marcia Ory, Hongwei Zhao, Margaret Foster, and Jane N Bolin. 2020. “Effect of Study Design and Survey Instrument to Identify the Association Between Depressive Symptoms and Physical Activity in Type 2 Diabetes, 2000- 2018: A Systematic Review.” The Diabetes Educator. 46 (1): 28-45. Link

15. Callaghan, Timothy, Matthew Motta, Steven Sylvester, Kristin Lunz-Trujillo, and Christine Blackburn. 2019. “Parent Psychology and the Decision to Delay Childhood Vaccination.” Social Science and Medicine. 238, 112407. Link

17. Yaemsiri, Sirin, Johanna Alfier, Ernest Moy, Lauren Rossen, Brigham Bastian, Jane Bolin, Alva Ferdinand, Timothy Callaghan, and Melonie Heron. 2019. “Healthy People 2020: Urban and Rural Progress Toward National Targets for Major Causes of Death.” Health Affairs. 38 (12), 2027-2031. Link

25. Lunz-Trujillo, Kristin, Matthew Motta, Timothy Callaghan, and Steven Sylvester. Forthcoming (Available Online). “Correcting Misperceptions about the MMR Vaccine: Using Psychological Risk Factors to Inform Targeted Communication Strategies.” Political Research Quarterly. Link

23. Lee, Ju Sung, Timothy Callaghan, Marcia Ory, Hongwei Zhao, and Jane Bolin. Forthcoming (Available Online). “Difference in the Risk of Depressive Symptoms Associated with Physical Activity in Persons with Diabetes: Across Age, Gender, and Race/Ethnicity.” Journal of Affective Disorders. Link

21. Callaghan, Timothy, Andrew Karch, and Mary Kroeger. 2020. “Model State Legislation and Intergovernmental Tensions over the Affordable Care Act, Common Core, and the Second Amendment.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism. 50 (3): 518-539. Link

22. Motta, Matthew and Timothy Callaghan. 2020. “The Pervasiveness and Consequences of Medical Folk Wisdom in the United States.” Scientific Reports. 10 (1): 1-10. Link

27. Haeder, Simon, Steven Sylvester, and Timothy Callaghan. Forthcoming. “Lingering Legacies: Public Attitudes About Medicaid Beneficiaries and Work Requirements.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law. Link

28. Callaghan, Timothy and Andrew Karch. Forthcoming. “Bill Content, Legislative Outcomes, and State-Level Resistance to National Policies.” State Politics and Policy Quarterly. Link

26. Ferdinand, Alva, Marvellous Akinlotan, Timothy Callaghan, Samuel Towne, and Jane Bolin. Forthcoming (Available Online). “Factors Affecting the Likelihood of a Hospitalization Following a Diabetes-Related Emergency Department Visit: A Regional and Urban-Rural Analysis.” The Journal of Diabetes. Link

29. Haeder, Simon, Steven Sylvester, and Timothy Callaghan. Forthcoming. “Shared Stigma: Understanding LGBT Attitudes about the Opioid Crisis and Policies to Combat It.” World Medical and Health Policy. Link

30. McBain, Ryan K., Jonathan H. Cantor, Aaron Kofner, Timothy Callaghan, Bradley D. Stein, and Hao Yu. Forthcoming (Available Online). “Generosity of State Insurance Mandates and Growth in the Workforce for Autism Spectrum Disorder.” Autism. Link

31. Callaghan, Timothy, Ali Moghtaderi, Jennifer Lueck, Peter Hotez, Erika Franklin Fowler, Ulrich Strych, Avi Door, and Matthew Motta. Forthcoming (Available Online). “Correlates and Disparities of Intention to Vaccinate Against COVID-19.” Social Science and Medicine. Link

32. Beverly, Judith*, Theodoros Giannouchos*, and Timothy Callaghan. Forthcoming. “Examining Frequent Emergency Department Use Among Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder.” Autism. Link

33. Schmit, Cason, David Washburn, Megan Lafluer, Denise Martinez, Emily Thompson, and Timothy Callaghan. Forthcoming. “Progress Towards Community Health Worker Sustainability: A 50 State Analysis of Funding, Payment, and Reimbursement Laws.” Public Health Reports.

34.  Motta, Matthew, Steven Sylvester, Timothy Callaghan, and Kristin Lunz-Trujillo. 2021. “Encouraging COVID-19 Vaccine Uptake through Effective Health Communication.” Frontiers in Political Science. Link

35. Callaghan, Timothy, Jennifer Lueck, Kristin Lunz-Trujillo, and Alva Ferdinand. 2021.  “Rural and Urban Differences in COVID-19 Prevention Behaviors.” The Journal of Rural Health. 37 (2): 287-295. Link

36. Kaur, Ravneet, Timothy Callaghan, and Annette Regan. 2021. “Disparities in Maternal Influenza Immunization among Women in Rural and Urban Areas of the United States.” Preventive Medicine. 147, 106531. Link

37. Olatunji, Eniola, Ayobami Ogunsola, Nima Khodakarami, and Timothy Callaghan. Forthcoming. “Who Receives Influenza Vaccinations at the Pharmacy? An Analysis of the Texas Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System.” Vaccine. Link

38. Nuzhath, Tasmiah*, Kobi Ajayi*, Qiping Fan*, Annette Regan, Timothy Callaghan, Brian Colwell, and Peter Hotez. 2021 “Childhood Immunization during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Texas.” Vaccine. 39 (25): 3333-3337. Link

39. Motta, Matthew, Steven Sylvester, Timothy Callaghan, and Kristin Lunz-Trujillo^. “Identifying the Prevalence, Correlates, and Policy Consequences of Anti-Vaccine Social Identity” Politics, Groups, and Identities. Forthcoming (Early View). Link

40. Bolin, Jane, Marvellous Akinlotan, Kristin Primm, Ju Sung Lee, Timothy Callaghan, Abdelle Ferdinand Cheres, and Alva Ferdinand. “Racial, Rural, and Regional Disparities in Diabetes-Related Lower Extremity Amputation Rates, 2009-2017.” Diabetes Care. Forthcoming (Early View). Link

41. Sylvester, Steven, Timothy Callaghan, and Simon Haeder. 2022. “‘Just Say No?’ Attribution Theory and Public Attitudes about Supportive and Punitive Policies to Combat the Opioid Epidemic.” The Journal of Public Policy. 42(2): 270-297. Link

42. Washburn, David, Timothy Callaghan, Cason Schmit, Denise Martinez, Emily Thompson^, and Megan LaFleur^. “Community Health Worker Roles and Their Evolving Interprofessional Relationship in the United States.” The Journal of Interprofessional Care. Forthcoming (Early View). Link

1. Jacobs, Lawrence R. and Timothy Callaghan.  2013. “Why States Expand Medicaid: Party, Resources, and History.”  Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 38 (5), 1023-1050. Link

43. Callaghan, Timothy, Simon Haeder, and Steven Sylvester. 2022. “Past Experiences with Surprise Medical Bills Drive Issue Knowledge, Concern, and Attitudes Towards Federal Policy Intervention.” Health Economics, Policy, and Law. 17, 298-331. Link

44. Omer, Saad, Rebecca Cooney, Regina M. Benjamin, Noel T. Brewer, Alison M. Buttenheim, Timothy Callaghan, Arthur Caplan, Richard Carpiano, Chelsea Clinton, et al. 2021. “Promoting COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance: Recommendations from the Lancet Commission on Vaccine Refusal, Acceptance, and Demand in the United States.” The Lancet. 398 (10317): 2186-2192. Link

45. Sharfstein, Joshua, Timothy Callaghan, Sema Sgaier, Richard Carpiano, Noel Brewer, Alison Galvani, Rehka Lakshmanan, SarahAnn McFadden, Dorit Reiss, Dan Salmon, and Peter Hotez. 2021. “Uncoupling Vaccines from Politics: A Call to Action.” The Lancet. 398 (10307): 1211-1212. Link

46. Lueck, Jennifer, Timothy Callaghan, and Sebastian Scherr. “Suicidal Ideation During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Investigating Mental Health, COVID-19 Health Beliefs, and News Media Consumption in the U.S. Population.” OMEGA - Journal of Death and Dying. Forthcoming (Early View). Link

47. Kroeger, Mary, Timothy Callaghan, and Andrew Karch. “Model Bills, State Imitation, and the Political Safeguards of Federalism.” Legislative Studies Quarterly. Forthcoming (Early View). Link

48. Kaur, Ravneet*, Timothy Callaghan, and Annette Regan. “Disparities in Prenatal Immunization Rates in Rural and Urban US Areas by Indicators of Access to Care.” The Journal of Rural Health. Forthcoming (Early View). Link

49. Lueck, Jennifer and Timothy Callaghan. 2022. “Inside the ‘Black Box’ of COVID-19 Vaccination Beliefs: Revealing the Relative Importance of Public Confidence and News Consumption Habits.” Social Science and Medicine. 298, 114874. Link

50. Callaghan, Timothy, David Washburn, Kirby Goidel, Tasmiah Nuzhath^, Abigail Spiegelman, Julia Scobee, Ali Moghtaderi, and Matthew Motta. 2022. “Imperfect Messengers? An Analysis of Vaccine Confidence among Primary Care Physicians.”  Vaccine. 40(18): 2588-2603. Link

51. Sylvester, Steven, Matthew Motta, Kristen Lunz-Trujillo, and Timothy Callaghan. “Vaccinating Across the Aisle: Using Co-Partisan Source Cues to Encourage COVID-19 Vaccine Uptake on the Ideological Right.” Journal of Behavioral Medicine. Forthcoming (Early View). Link

52. Mello, Michelle, Douglas Opel, Regina Benjamin, Timothy Callaghan, Renee DiResta, Jad Elharake, Lisa Flowers, Alison Galvani, Daniel Salmon, Jason Schwartz, et al. “Effectiveness of Vaccination Mandates in Improving Uptake of COVID-19 Vaccines in the United States.” The Lancet. Forthcoming. Not Yet Available Online.

53. Callaghan, Timothy, Carly McCord, David Washburn, Kirby Goidel, Cason Schmit, Tasmiah Nuzhath^, Abigail Spiegelman, and Julia Scobee^. “The Changing Nature of Telehealth Use by Primary Care Physicians in the United States.” Journal of Primary Care and Community Health. Forthcoming. Not Yet Available Online.

54. Goidel, Kirby, Timothy Callaghan, David Washburn, Tasmiah Nuzhath^, Abigail Spiegelman, Julia Scobee^, and Matthew Motta. “Physician Trust in the News Media and Attitudes Towards COVID-19.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law. Forthcoming. Not Yet Available Online.