Andrew Fenelon
Andrew Fenelon
Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Sociology, Penn State University
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Explaining low mortality among US immigrants relative to native-born Americans: the role of smoking
L Blue, A Fenelon
International journal of epidemiology 40 (3), 786-793, 2011
Maternal age and offspring adult health: evidence from the health and retirement study
M Myrskylä, A Fenelon
Demography 49 (4), 1231-1257, 2012
Revisiting the Hispanic mortality advantage in the United States: The role of smoking
A Fenelon
Social Science & Medicine 82, 1-9, 2013
Estimating smoking-attributable mortality in the United States
A Fenelon, SH Preston
Demography 49 (3), 797-818, 2012
Leaving my religion: Understanding the relationship between religious disaffiliation, health, and well-being
A Fenelon, S Danielsen
Social science research 57, 49-62, 2016
Housing assistance programs and adult health in the United States
A Fenelon, P Mayne, AE Simon, LM Rossen, V Helms, P Lloyd, J Sperling, ...
American journal of public health 107 (4), 571-578, 2017
The contribution of smoking to educational gradients in US life expectancy
JY Ho, A Fenelon
Journal of health and social behavior 56 (3), 307-322, 2015
Geographic divergence in mortality in the United States
A Fenelon
Population and development review 39 (4), 611-634, 2013
Patterns of widowhood mortality
AR Sullivan, A Fenelon
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2014
A comprehensive analysis of the mortality experience of Hispanic subgroups in the United States: Variation by age, country of origin, and nativity
A Fenelon, JJ Chinn, RN Anderson
SSM-population health 3, 245-254, 2017
An examination of black/white differences in the rate of age-related mortality increase
A Fenelon
Demographic Research 29, 441-472, 2013
HUD housing assistance associated with lower uninsurance rates and unmet medical need
AE Simon, A Fenelon, V Helms, PC Lloyd, LM Rossen
Health Affairs 36 (6), 1016-1023, 2017
Major causes of injury death and the life expectancy gap between the United States and other high-income countries
A Fenelon, LH Chen, SP Baker
Jama 315 (6), 609-611, 2016
Has actuarial aging “slowed” over the past 250 years? A comparison of small‐scale subsistence populations and european cohorts
M Gurven, A Fenelon
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 63 (4), 1017-1035, 2009
The impact of housing assistance on the mental health of children in the United States
A Fenelon, N Slopen, M Boudreaux, SJ Newman
Journal of health and social behavior 59 (3), 447-463, 2018
Immigration, citizenship, and the mental health of adolescents
N Filion, A Fenelon, M Boudreaux
PloS one 13 (5), e0196859, 2018
Housing assistance and child health: a systematic review
N Slopen, A Fenelon, S Newman, M Boudreaux
Pediatrics 141 (6), 2018
Rethinking the Hispanic Paradox: The mortality experience of Mexican immigrants in traditional gateways and new destinations
A Fenelon
International Migration Review 51 (3), 567-599, 2017
Has the rate of actuarial aging changed over the past 250 years? A comparison of small-scale subsistence populations, and Swedish and English cohorts
M Gurven, A Fenelon
Evolution 63 (4), 1017-1035, 2009
Widening life expectancy advantage of Hispanics in the United States: 1990–2010
A Fenelon, L Blue
Journal of immigrant and minority health 17 (4), 1130-1137, 2015
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