Sociology of Education Peer-Reviewed Articles (click the name to download) 

Cabrera, N. L., Franklin, J. D., & Watson, J. S. (2017). Whiteness in Higher Education: The Invisible Missing Link in Diversity and Racial Analyses. ASHE Higher Education Report, 42(6).

Franklin, J.D. (2016). Racial Microaggressions, Racial Battle Fatigue, and Racism-Related Stress in Higher EducationThe Journal of Student Affairs at NYU. 12(1), 44-55.

Cabrera, N., Watson, J., & Franklin, J.D. (2016). Racial Arrested Development: A Critical Whiteness Analysis of the Campus EcologyJournal of College Student Development. 57(2), 119-134. 

Franklin, J.D., Smith, W.A., & Hung, M. (2014). Racial Battle Fatigue for Latina/o Students: A Quantitative PerspectiveJournal of Hispanic Higher Education, 13(4), 303-322.

Smith, W.A., Hung, M., & Franklin, J.D. (2012). Between Hope and Racial Battle Fatigue: African American Men and Race-Related StressThe Journal of Black Masculinity2(1), 35-58. 

Smith, W.A., Hung, M., & Franklin, J.D. (2011). Racial Battle Fatigue and the misEducation of Black Men: Racial Microaggressions, Societal Problems, and Environmental StressJournal of Negro Education80(1), 63-82. 

 

Health and Statistics Peer-Reviewed Articles (click the name to download) 

Wu, Y., Hung, M., Franklin, J.D., Samhouri, M., Simon, S., Amylon, M.D.  (2016) Validation of an Outcome Measure for Pediatric Camps: A National Study of Oncology CampsPsycho-Oncology25(1), 112-114. 

Hung M, Zhang W, Chen W, Bounsanga J, Cheng C, Franklin JD, Crum AB, Voss MW, Hon SD (2015). Patient-reported outcomes and total health care expenditure in prediction of patient satisfaction: Results from a national studyJPH1(2). 

Birmingham W, Hung M, Bonyasiriwat W, Kohlmann W, Walters S, Burt R, Stroup A, Edwards S, Schwartz M, Lowery J, Hill D, Wiggins C, Higginbotham J, Tang P, Hon SD, Franklin JD, Vernon S, Kinney A (2015). Effectiveness of the Extended Parallel Process Model in Promoting Colorectal Cancer ScreeningPsychoOncology24(10), 1265-1278. 

Birmingham, W. C., Hung, M., Boonyasiriwat, W., Walters, S. T., Stroup, A. M., Schwartz, M. D., Franklin, J.D. & Kinney, A. Y. (2015). Abstract B12: To screen or not to screen: Examining components of the Extended Parallel Process Model in a tailored-risk communication intervention to promote colorectal cancer screening. Cancer Prevention Research8(10 Supplement), B12-B12.

Tyser, A. R., Beckmann, J., Franklin, J. D., Cheng, C., Hon, S. D., Wang, A., & Hung, M. (2015). Evaluation of the PROMIS Physical Function Computer Adaptive Test in the Upper ExtremityThe Journal of Hand Surgery39(10), 2047-2051.

Hung, M., Pelt, C.E., Franklin, J.D., Cheng, C., Hon, S.D., Aoki , S.K., Anderson, M.B., Kapron, A.L., Peters, C.L.  (2014). Psychometric Evaluation of the Lower Extremity Computerized Adaptive Test, the Modified Harris Hip Score, and the Hip Outcome ScoreThe Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine. 12(2) 1-10.

Hung, M., Franklin, J.D., Hon, S.D., Lawrence, B.D., Neese, A., Conrad, J., Cheng, C., Grover, C.B., & Brodke, D.S. (2014) Challenging the Norm: Further Psychometric Investigation of the Neck Disability IndexThe Spine Journal.

Hung, M., Baumhauer, J.F., Brodsky, J.W., Ellis, S., Franklin, J.D., et al., (2014). Psychometric Comparison of the PROMIS Physical Function CAT With the FAAM and FFI for Measuring Patient-Reported OutcomesFoot & Ankle International

Hung, M., Franklin, J.D., Hon, S.D., Cheng, C., Conrad, J., & Saltzman, C.L. (2014). Time for a Paradigm Shift with Computer Adaptive Testing of General Physical Function Outcome MeasuresFoot & Ankle International, 35(1), 1-7.

Hung, M., Hon, S.D., Franklin, J.D., Kendall, R.W., Lawrence, B.D., Neese, A., Conrad, J., Cheng, C., & Brodke, D.S. (2014). The Psychometric Properties of the PROMIS Physical Function Item Bank in Spine PatientsSpine Journal, 39(2), 158-163.

Hung, M., Conrad, J., Hon, S.D., Cheng, C., Franklin, J.D., & Tang, P. (2013). Uncovering Patterns of Technology Use in Consumer Health InformaticsWiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Computational Statistics5(6), 432-447.