Professor Dailey has published an article with her colleagues in the June 1, 2012 volume of the American Journal of Epidemiology.
In social epidemiology, an individual’s neighborhood is considered to be an important determinant of health behaviors, mediators, and outcomes. This paper demonstrates new methods for adjusting for confounding by neighborhood for ordinal outcomes and complex sampling designs.
Citation: Brumback BA, Dailey AB, Zheng H. Adjusting for confounding by neighborhood using a proportional odds model and complex survey data. American Journal of Epidemiology, 2012 Jun;175(11):1133-1141.