Dickersin, K., M. Munro, P. Langenberg, R. Scherer, K. Frick, A. Weber, A. Johns, J. Peipert, M. Baruch, M. Clark and the STOP-DUB Research Group. Surgical Treatments Outcomes Project for Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding (STOP-DUB): Design and Methods. Controlled Clinical Trials, In press.
Stokols, D., J. Fuqua, J. Gress, R. Harvey, K. Phillips, L. Baezconde-Garbanati, J. Unger, P. Palmer, M.A. Clark, S.M. Colby, G. Morgan, and W. Trochim. Evaluating Transdisciplinary Science. Abrams, D.B. and F. Leslie (Eds). New Directions in Transdisciplinary Tobacco Use Research. Nicotine and Tobacco Research. In press.
Rakowski, W., I. Lipkus, M.A. Clark, B.K. Rimer, B. Ehrich, P. Lyna, and P. Kornguth. Encouraging repeat mammography: Comparing a reminder letter, tailored stepped-care, and self-choice intervention. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. In press.
Clark, M.A., L. Bonacore, S. Wright, and W. Rakowski. The Cancer Screening Project for Women: Experiences with Cancer Screening Among Women Who Partner With Men and Women Who Partner With Women. Women and Health. In press.
Lemon, S.C., J. Roy, M.A. Clark, P.D. Friedmann, and W. Rakowski. Classification and Regression Tree Analysis in Public Health: Methodologic Review and Comparison with Logistic Regression. Annals of Behavioral Medicine. In press.
Clark, M.A., W. Rakowski, and L. Bonacore. Repeat Mammography: Prevalence Estimates and Challenges for Assessment. Annals of Behavioral Medicine. In press.
Sciamanna, C., M.A. Clark, T.K. Houston, and J.A. Diaz. (2002). Unmet Needs of Primary Care Patients in Using the Internet for Health-Related Activities. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 4(3): E19.
Sciamanna, C.N., and M.A. Clark. (2002). Effects of a Fingerprint Reader on Survey Responses of Primary Care Patients. Journal of Health Psychology, 8(1):187-192
Clark, M.A., W. Rakowski, B. Ehrich, B.K. Rimer, W.F. Velicer, C.E. Dube, D.N. Pearlman, K.K. Peterson, and M. Goldstein. (2002). The Effect of a Stage-Matched, Tailored Intervention on Repeat Mammography. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 22:1-7.