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96 Progress in Preventive Health Care in New York City, 2002 to 2011
ME Cea, Chromy JR, Turner CF. Technical Papers on Health and Behavior Measurement, No. 96, New York: Program in Data
Analytics and Applied Social Research, City University of New York, Queens College, 2015.
95 Epidemiology of Undiagnosed Trichomoniasis in a Probability Sample of Urban Young Adults
Rogers SM, Turner CF, Hobbs M, Miller WC, Tan S, Roman AM, Eggleston E, Villarroel MA, Ganapathi L, Chromy JR, Erbelding EE (Published in PLOS ONE, March 13, 2014, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0090548.)
94 Gender-Based Screening for Chlamydial Infection and Divergent Infection Trends in Men and Women
Rogers SM, Turner CF, Miller WC, Erbelding EE, Eggleston E, Tan S, Roman AM, Hobbs M, Chromy JR, Muvva R, Ganapathi L (Published in PLOS ONE, February 19, 2014, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0089035.)
93 'What's in the NIDDK CDR?'--public query tools for the NIDDK central data repository.
Pan H, Ardini MA, Bakalov V, DeLatte M, Eggers P, Ganapathi L, Hollingsworth CR, Levy J, Li S, Pratt J, Pugh N, Qin Y, Rasooly R, Ray H, Richardson JE, Flynn Riley A, Rogers SM, Tan S, Turner CF, White S, Cooley PC. (Published in Database: The Journal of Biological Databases and Curation (Oxford U. Press): 2013 Feb 8;2013:bas058. doi: 10.1093/database/bas058. Print 2013.
92 Incarceration, high-risk sexual partnerships and sexually transmitted infections in an urban population.
Rogers, SM, Khan MR, Tan S, Turner CF, Miller WC, Erbelding E. (Published in Sexually Transmitted Infections, 88(1), 63-68, 2012.
91 The NIDDK Central Repository at 8 years--Ambition, Revision, Use and Impact.
Turner CF, Pan H, Silk GW, Ardini MA, Bakalov V, Bryant S, Cantor S, Chang KY, Delatte M, Eggers P, Ganapathi L, Lakshmikanthan S, Levy J, Li S, Pratt J, Pugh N, Qin Y, Rasooly R, Ray H, Richardson JE,Riley AF, Rogers SM, Scheper C, Tan S, White S, Cooley PC. (Published in Database: The Journal of Biological Databases and Curation (Oxford U. Press): 2011 Sep 29;2011(0):bar043. Print 2011.)
90 Chlamydia trachomatis infection among 15-35 year-olds in Baltimore, MD, USA.
E. Eggleston, S.M. Rogers, C.F. Turner, W.C. Miller, A.M. Roman, M.M. Hobbs, E. Erbelding, S. Tan, M.A. Villarroel, L. Ganapathi (Published in Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 2011 Aug;38(8):743-9.)
89 Untreated Trichomonas vaginalis infection in a Probability Sample of Adolescents and Young Adults.
SM Rogers, E Eggleston, CF Turner, AM Roman, WC Miller, M Hobbs, S Tan, MA. Villarroel, JR Chromy, E Erbelding, L Ganapathi (Published in Technical Papers in Health and Behavior Measurement, No. 89. Washington DC: RTI Program in Health and Behavior Measurement, 2010
88 Using Lists with RDD Samples: An examination of Bias, Costs, and Variance Estimates
A.M. Roman, Susan M. Rogers, Charles F. Turner, Elizabeth Eggleston, James R. Chromy, Sylvia Tan (Published in JSM: Proceedings of the Joint Statistical Meetings, Survey Research Methods Section. Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association, 2010.)
87 Effects of Sampling and Screening Strategies in an RDD Survey.
A.M. Roman , E. Eggleston, C.F. Turner; S.M. Rogers, R. Crow; S. Tan, J.R. Chromy, L. Ganapathi (Published in JSM: Proceedings of the Joint Statistical Meedtings, Survey Research Methods Section. Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association, pp 2712-2719.
86 Monitoring STIs Survey Program: Methodological Report.
A.M. Roman (2010). Monitoring STIs Survey Program (MSSP): Methodological Report. Technical Papers on Health and Behavior Measurement, No. 86. Washington DC: Program on Health and Behavior Measurement, Research Triangle Institute, 2010.
85 Improving Epidemiological Surveys of Sexual Behavior conducted by Telephone.
C.F. Turner, A.A. Al-Tayyib, S.M. Rogers, E. Eggleston, M.A. Villarroel, A.M. Roman, J.R. Chromy, P.C. Cooley. (published in International Journal of Epidemiology, 38:1118-1127, 2009)
84 Evaluation of Risk Score Algorithms for Detection of Chlamydial and Gonococcal Infections in an Emergency Department Setting.
A.A. Al-Tayyib, W.C. Miller, S.M. Rogers, P.A. Leone, D.C. Gesink Law, Carol A. Ford, Jonathan M. Ellen. (Published in Academic Emergency Medicine, 15:126135, 2008.)
83 Health Care Access and Follow-Up of Chlamydial and Gonococcal Infections Identified in an Emergency Department.
A.A. Al-Tayyib, W.C. Miller, S.M. Rogers, P.A. Leone, D.C. Gesink Law, Carol A. Ford, Jonathan M. Ellen. (Published in Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 35(12), 583-587, 2008.
82 Survey of AIDS and Other Social Issues: Field Report, August 2000 (Survey subsequently renamed National STD and Behavior Measurement Experiment)
A.M. Roman. Technical Papers on Health and Behavior Measurement, No. 82. Washington DC: Program on Health and Behavior Measurement, Research Triangle Institute, 2008.
81 Do asthma medication beliefs mediate the relationship between minority status and adherece to therapy?
T.T. Le, A. Bilderback, B. Bender, F.S. Wamboldt, C.F. Turner, C.S. Rand, S.J. Bartlett. (Published in Journal of Asthma, 45:33-37, 2008.)
80 T-ACASI Reduces Bias in STD Measurements: The National STD and Behavior Measurement Experiment
M.A. Villarroel, C.F. Turner, S.M. Rogers, A.M. Roman, P.C. Cooley, A.B. Steinberg, E. Eggleston, J.R. Chromy. (Published in Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 35: 499-506, 2008.)
79 Concordance of chlamydia trachomatis infections within sexual partnerships.
S.M. Rogers, W.C. Miller, C.F. Turner, J. Ellen, J. Zenilman, R. Rothman, M. Villarroel, A. Al-Tayyib, P. Leone, C. Gaydos, L. Ganapathi, M. Hobbs, D. Kanouse. Technical Papers on Health and Behavior Measurement, No. 79, Washington DC: RTI Program in Health and Behavior Measurement, 2007. (Abbreviated version published in Sexually Transmitted Infections, 35: 499-506, 2008.)
78 Impact of T-ACASI on Survey Measurements of Subjective Phenomena
T. Harmon, C.F. Turner, S.M. Rogers, A.M. Roman, M.A. Villarroel, E. Eggleston, J.R. Chromy, L. Ganapathi, S. Li. (Published in Public Opinion Quarterly, 73:255-280, 2009.)
77 Supplemental Materials for: T-ACASI Reduces Bias in STD Measurements, The National STD and Behavior Measurement Experiment
M.A. Villarroel, C.F. Turner, S.M. Rogers, A.M. Roman, P.C. Cooley, A.B. Steinberg, E. Eggleston, J.R. Chromy. Technical Papers on Health and Behavior Measurement, No. 77, Washington DC: RTI Program in Health and Behavior Measurement, 2007. 
76 Impact of Reporting Mode on Accuracy of Child and Parent Report of Adherence with Asthma Controller Medication
Bruce Bender, Susan J. Bartlett, Cynthia S. Rand, Charles F. Turner, Frederick S. Wamboldt, Lening Zhang (Published in Pediatrics, 120:e471-477, 2007.)
75 Residual Injection Risk Behavior, HIV Infection, and the Evaluation of Syringe Exchange Programs.
Don C. Des Jarlais, Naomi Braine, Huso Yi, Charles F. Turner (Published in AIDS Education and Prevention, 19(2), 111-123, 2007.)
74 Patterns of sexual commerce among women at US syringe exchange programs.
Braine N, Desjarlais DC, Goldblatt C, Zadoretzky CF, Turner CF. (Published in Culture, Health & Sexuality, 8(4): 289-302, 2006.)
73 HIV risk behavior among amphetamine injectors at U.S. syringe exchange programs
Braine N, Des Jarlais DC, Goldblatt C, Zadoretzky C., Turner C. (Published in AIDS Education and Prevention,17(6):515-24, 2005).
72 Respondent Break-off Behavior in a Telephone Audio Computer-Assisted Self Interview (T-ACASI)
M.W. Link, S. Johns, P.C. Cooley. (Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for Public Opinion Research, May 2000, Portland, OR. Technical Papers on Health and Behavior Measurement, No. 72, Washington DC: Program in Health and Behavior Measurement, Research Triangle Institute, 2006.)
71 Computer-assisted interviewing to measure HIV risk behaviors in a clinic population.
S.M. Rogers, G. Willis, A. Al-Tayyib, M. Villarroel, C.F. Turner, L. Ganapathi, J. Zenilman, R. Jadack. (Published in Sexually Transmitted Infections, 81:501-507, 2005).
70 Sexual Behavior And Risk Of Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Do Community Characteristics Moderate The Relationship Between Individual Behaviors And STD Risk?
S.M. Rogers. (Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of the University of Maryland (College Park) in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, 1999.)
69 Sample Design and Demographic Characteristics of Respondents in the 1999 - 2000 National STD and Behavior Measurement Experiment (NSBME).
M.A. Villarroel, C.F. Turner, E.Eggleston, A. Al-Tayyib, S.M. Rogers, A.M. Romam, H. Gordek.  (Published as Technical Papers on Health and Behavior Measurement, no. 69, Washington DC: Program in Health and Behavior Measurement, Research Triangle Institute, 2006.)
68 Reducing bias in telephone survey estimates of the prevalence of drug use: A randomized trial of Telephone Audio-CASI.
C.F. Turner, M.A. Villarroel, S.M. Rogers, E. Eggleston, L. Ganapathi, A.M. Roman, A. Al-Tayyib. (Published in Addictions, 100:1432-1444, 2005.)
67 Does telephone audio computer-assisted self-interviewing improve the accuracy of prevalence estimates of youth smoking?
D. Currivan, A.L. Nyman , C.F. Turner, L. Biener. (Published in Public Opinion Quarterly, 68:542-564, 2004.)
66 PCR detection of Y-chromosome sequences in vaginal fluid: Preliminary studies of a potential biomarker for sexual behavior.
J.M. Zenilman, J Yuenger, N. Galai, C.F. Turner, S.M. Rogers SM (Published in Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 32:90-94, 2005.)
65 Monitoring STI prevalence using telephone surveys and mailed urine specimens: A pilot test.
E.E. Eggleston, C.F. Turner, S.M. Rogers, A. Roman, W.C. Miller, M.A. Villarroel, L. Ganapathi L. (Published in Sexually Transmitted Infections, 81:236-238.)
64 Supplemental Materials for: Same-Gender Sex in the USA: Trends across the 20th century and during the 1990s.
C.F. Turner, M.A. Villarroel, J.R. Chromy, E. Eggleston, S.M. Rogers. Technical Papers on Health and Behavior Measurement, No. 64, Washington DC: RTI Program in Health and Behavior Measurement, 2004. 
63 Same-Gender Sex in the USA: Trends across the 20th century and during the 1990s.
C.F. Turner, M.A. Villarroel, J.R. Chromy, E. Eggleston, S.M. Rogers. (Published in Public Opinion Quarterly, 69:439-462, 2005.) 
62 Long-term effects of syringe exchange on risk behavior and HIV prevention.
Braine N, Des Jarlais DC, Ahmad S, Purchase D, Turner CF. (Published in AIDS Education and Prevention, 16: 264-275, 2004.)
61 2000 NSBME: Final Weighting Strategy.
C.F. Turner, M.A. Villarroel, H. Gordek, J.R. Chromy. Technical Papers on Health and Behavior Measurement, No. 61, Washington DC: RTI Program in Health and Behavior Measurement, 2004.
60 Same-Gender Sex In the USA: Impact of T-ACASI on Prevalence Estimates.
M.A. Villarroel, C.F. Turner, E.E. Eggleston, A.A Al-Tayyib, S.M. Rogers, A.M. Roman, P.C. Cooley, H. Gordek. (Published in Public Opinion Quarterly, 70: 166-196, 2006.)
59 Audio-computerized self interviewing versus face-to-face interviewing for data collection at drug abuse treatment programs.
T.E. Perlis, D.C. Des Jarlais, S.R. Friedman, K. Arasteh, C.F. Turner (Published in Addiction, 99:885-896, 2004.)
58 LCR Testing for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia in Population Surveys and Other Screenings of Low Prevalence Populations: Coping with Decreased Positive Predictive Value.
J.M. Zenilman, W.C. Miller, C. Gaydos, S.M. Rogers, C.F. Turner. (Published in Sexually Transmitted Infections, 79:94-97, 2003.)
57 Comparison of Computer-Assisted Telephone Survey Methodologies: CATI vs. T-ACASI.
A.L. Nyman, A.M. Roman, C.F. Turner (Presented at annual meeting of American Association for Public Opinion Research, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 17-20, 2001.) Technical Papers on Health and Behavior Measurement, No. 57, Washington DC: RTI Program in Health and Behavior Measurement, 2004.
56 The use of touch-screen ACASI in a high-risk population: Implications for surveys involving sensitive questions.
G.B. Willis, A. Al-Tayyib, S.M. Rogers. (Published in Proceedings of the American Statistical Association, Section on Survey Research Methods, No. 610, 2001)
55 NAAT-identified and self-reported gonorrhea and chlamydial infections: Different at-risk population subgroups?
S.M. Rogers, H.G. Miller, W.C. Miller, J.M. Zenilman, C.F. Turner (Published in Sexually Transmitted Disease, 29:588-596, 2002.)
54 Risk behaviors, medical care and chlamydial infection among young men in the United States.
L. Ku, M. St Louis, C. Black, S. Aral, C.F. Turner, L.D. Lindberg, F.L. Sonenstein (Published in American Journal of Public Health, 92:1140-1143, 2002.)
53 Falsification in Epidemiologic Surveys: Detection and Remediation.
C.F. Turner, J.N. Gribble, A.A. Al-Tayyib, J.R. Chromy. Paper presented at Conference on Research Integrity sponsored DHHS Office of Research Integrity, National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the Association of American Medical Colleges. Bethesda, MD, November 18-20, 2000. Technical Papers on Health and Behavior Measurement, No. 53, Washington DC: RTI Program in Health and Behavior Measurement, 2000.
52 The Continuing HIV Epidemic Among Men Who Have Sex with Men.
J.A.. Catania, D..Osman, R.D. Stall, L. Pollack, J.P. Paul, S. Blower, D. Binson, J.A. Canchola, T.C. Mills, L. Fisher, K Choi, T. Porco, C.F. Turner, J. Blair, J. Henne, L.L. Bye, T.C. Coates. (Published in American Journal of Public Health, 91:907-914, 2001.)
51 Effect of Low Medical Literacy on Health Survey Measurements.
A.A. Al-Tayyib, S.M. Rogers, J.N. Gribble, M. Villarroel, C.F. Turner (Published in American Journal of Public Health, 92:1478-1481, 2002.)
50 The Differential Effects of Face-to-Face and Computer Interview Modes: "Social Desirability" Response Bias vs. "Impersonality" Response Bias.
J.C. Newman, D.C. DesJarlais, C.F. Turner, J.N. Gribble, P.C. Cooley, D. Paone. (Published in American Journal of Public Health, 92:294-297, 2002.)
49 Untreated Gonococcal and Chlamydial Infection in a Probability Sample of Adults.
C.F. Turner, S.M. Rogers, H.G. Miller, W.C. Miller, J.N. Gribble, J.R. Chromy, P.A. Leone, P.C. Cooley, T. Quinn, J. Zenilman. (Published in Journal of the American Medical Association, 287(6):726-733, 2002.)
49a JAMA Editorial commenting on Turner, Rogers, et al. (2002).
J.D. Fortenberry, Unveiling the hidden epidemic of sexually transmitted diseases (Editorial). Journal of the American Medical Association, 287(6):768-769, 2002.
48 Using Touch Screen Audio-CASI to Obtain Data on Sensitive Topics.
P.C. Cooley, S.M. Rogers, C.F. Turner, A.A. Al-Tayyib, G.B. Willis, and L. Ganapathi. (Published in Computers in Human Behavior, 17: 285-293, 2001.)
47 Is audio computer-assisted self-interviewing a feasible method of surveying in Zimbabwe?
J. van de Wijgert, N. Padian, S. Shiboski, and C.F. Turner (Published in International Journal of Epidemiology, 29: 885-890, 2000.)
46 Randomized controlled trial of audio computer-assisted self-interviewing: utility and acceptability in longitudinal studies.
D.S Metzger, B. Koblin, C.F. Turner, H. Navaline, F. Valenti, S. Holte, M. Gross, A. Sheon, H.G. Miller, P.C. Cooley, G.R. Seage, and HIVNET Vaccine Preparedness Study Protocol Team. (Published in American Journal of Epidemiology, 152(2):99-106, 2000.)
45 Measuring the Acceptability of Microbicides: Problems and Principles.
C.F. Turner. (Published in AIDS, 15:S31-S32.)
44 The impact of T-ACASI interviewing on reported drug use among men who have sex with men.
J.N. Gribble, H.G. Miller, J.A. Catania, L. Pollack, and C.F. Turner. (Published in Substance Use and Misuse, 35 (6&7): 63-84, 2000.)
43 Automating telephone surveys: Using T-ACASI to obtain data on sensitive topics.
P.C. Cooley, H.G. Miller, J.N. Gribble, C.F. Turner. (Published in Computers and Human Behavior, 16:1-11, 2000.)
42 Entretiens Autoadminisre sur ordinateur et mesure des comportements sensibles [Computerized self-interviewing and the measurement of sensitive behaviors].
S.M. Rogers, J.N. Gribble, C.F. Turner, H.G. Miller. (Published in Population, 54(2):231-250, 1999.)
41 Informed Consent Documents for BRCA1 and BRCA2 Screening: How Large is the Readability Gap?
J.N. Gribble (Published in Patient Education and Counseling, 38:127-135,1999.)
40 Audio-computer interviewing to measure risk behavior for HIV among injecting drug users: a quasi-randomized trial.
D.C. DesJarlais, D. Paone, J. Milliken, C.F. Turner, H.G. Miller, J. Gribble, Q. Shi, H. Hagan, S.R. Friedman. (Published in Lancet, 353(9165):1657-1661, May 1999.)
39 Correlates of Bacterial STDs: An analysis of the 1995 NSFG Data.
H.G. Miller, V. Cain, S.M. Rogers, J.N. Gribble, C.F. Turner. (Published in Family Planning Perspectives, 31(1):4-9, 1999.)
38 Interview Mode and Measurement of Sexual Behaviors: Methodological Issues.
J.N. Gribble, H.G. Miller, S.M. Rogers, C.F. Turner. (Published in Journal of Sex Research, 36(1):16-24,1999.)
37 Improving the Informed Consent Process in BRCA1/BRCA2 Screening.
J.N. Gribble, H.G. Miller, C.F. Turner, S.M. Rogers (1998). Technical Papers on Health and Behavior Measurement, no. 37.
36 Changes in sexual behavior and condom use among teenage men: 1988 to 1995.
F.L. Sonenstein, L. Ku, L.D. Lindberg, C.F. Turner, and J.H. Pleck. (Published in American Journal of Public Health, 88(6):956-959, 1998.)
35 Monitoring the Health Status and Impact of Treatment on Older Americans: the Medicare Beneficiary Health Status.
A.M. McBean, C.F. Turner, L.K. Fitterman, K. Pate, T.W. Reilly, T.K. Smith, A. Trontell, M.B. Witt, L. Penberthy, J.Lessler, B.H. Forsyth, S. Wheeless, F. Mierzwa, and H.G. Miller, 1997. (Published in Medical Care, 37(2):189-203, 1999.)
34 Measuring AIDS-Related Behaviors in Older Populations: Methodological Issues.
J.N. Gribble, S.M. Rogers, H.G. Miller, and C.F. Turner. (Published in Research on Aging, 20(6):798-821, Nov 1998.)
33 Adolescent Sexual Behavior, Drug Use, and Violence: Increased Reporting with Computer Survey Technology.
C.F. Turner, L. Ku, S.M. Rogers, L.D. Lindberg, J.H. Pleck, and F.L. Sonenstein, 1998. (Published in Science, 280:867-873, 1998.)
33a Science Editorial Commenting on Turner et al. (1998).
Bloom, D.E. (1998) Technology, experimentation, and the quality of survey data. Science, 280: 867-873.
32 The Association Between Self-Reports of Abortion and Breast Cancer Risk: Fact or Artifact?
H.G. Miller, J.N. Gribble, L.C. Mazade, S.M. Rogers, and C. F. Turner. (Published in Science of Self-Report. Edited A. Stone, J. Turkkan, C. Bachrach, J. Jobe, H. Kurtzman, V. Cain, ISBN 0-8058-2991-1, Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pages 124-141.)
31 Automated Self-interviewing and the Survey Measurement of Sensitive Behaviors.
C.F. Turner, B.H. Forsyth, J. O'Reilly, P.C. Cooley, T.K. Smith, S.M. Rogers, and H.G. Miller. (Published in Computer-Assisted Survey Information Collection. Edited M. Couper, R. Baker, J. Bethlehem, C. Clark, J. Martin, W. Nicholls, J. O'Reilly, ISBN 0-471-17848-9, New York: Wiley and Sons, Inc.)
30 The Promise of Integrated Representative Surveys About Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Behavior.
L. Ku, F.L. Sonenstein, C.F. Turner, S.O. Aral, and C.M. Black. (Published in Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 24(5):299-309, 1997.)
29 Zenilman's Anomaly Reconsidered: Fallible Reports, Ceteris Paribus, Fragile Condoms, and Other Hypotheses.
C.F. Turner and H.G. Miller. (Published in Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 24(9):522-527, 1997.)
28 Audio-CASI: The Impact of Operational Characteristics on Data Quality.
S.M. Rogers, H.G. Miller, B.H. Forsyth, T.K. Smith, and C.F. Turner. (Published in 1996 Proceedings of the Section on Survey Research Methods (ASA/AAPOR). Alexandria, Va.: American Statistical Association, 1996.)
27 Monitoring Trends in Drug Use: Strategies for the 21st Century.
C.F. Turner and H.G. Miller. (Published in Substance Use and Misuse [formerly International Journal of the Addictions], 32(14):2093-2103, 1997.)
26 Effects of Interview Mode on Bias in Survey Measurements of Drug Use: Do Respondent Characteristics Make a Difference?
S.M. Rogers, H.G. Miller, and C.F. Turner. (Published in Substance Use and Misuse [formerly International Journal of the Addictions], 33(10):2179-2200,1998.)
25 Implementing Audio CASI on Windows' Platforms.
P.C. Cooley and C.F. Turner. 1998. (Published in Computers in Human Behavior,14(2):195-207.)
24 Survey Measurement of Sexual Behaviors: Problems and Progress.
C.F. Turner, H.G. Miller, and S.M. Rogers. (Published in J. Bancroft, ed., Researching Sexual Behavior. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1997.)
23 The Quality of Health Data Obtained in a New Survey of Elderly Americans: A Validation Study of the Medicare Beneficiary Health Status Registry.
C.F. Turner, T.K. Smith, L.K. Fitterman, T. Reilly, K. Pate, M.B. Witt, A.M. McBean, J.T. Lessler, and B.H. Forsyth. (Published in Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences, 52B(1):S49-S58, 1997.)
22 Field Test of Medicare Beneficiary Health Status Registry: Major Findings and Recommendations.
C.F. Turner, B.H. Forsyth, S.C. Wheeless, M.B. Witt, K. Pate, T.K. Smith, and F.J. Mierzwa. (1994). Technical Papers on Health and Behavior Measurement, no. 22. Washington DC: RTI Program in Health and Behavior Measurement, 1994.
21 Telephone Audio Computer-Assisted Self-Interviewing (T-ACASI) and Survey Measurements of Sensitive Behaviors: Preliminary Results.
C.F. Turner, H.G. Miller, T.K. Smith, P.C. Cooley, and S.M. Rogers. (Published in R. Banks, J. Fairgrieve, L. Gerrard, et al. (eds.), Survey and Statistical Computing 1996. Chesham, Bucks, U.K.: Association for Survey Computing, 1996.)
20 Quality of Treatment Data: Reliability over Time of Self-Reports Given Clients in Treatment for Substance Abuse.
E.B.G. Adair, S.G. Craddock, H.G. Miller, and C.F. Turner. (Published in Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 13(2):145-149, 1996.)
19 Improving Representation of Linguistic Minorities in Health Surveys: A Preliminary Test of Multilingual Audio-CASI.
C.F. Turner, S.M. Rogers, T.P. Hendershot, H.G. Miller, and J.P. Thornberry. (Published in Public Health Reports, 111(3):276-279, 1996.)
18 Multilingual Audio-CASI: Using English-Speaking Field Interviewers to Survey Elderly Korean Households.
T.P. Hendershot, S.M. Rogers, J.P. Thornberry, H.G. Miller, and C.F. Turner. (Published in R.B. Warnecke, ed., Health Survey Research Methods. Hyattsville, Md.: National Center for Health Statistics, 1996.)
17 Impact of ACASI on Reporting of Male-Male Sexual Contacts: Preliminary Results from the 1995 National Survey of Adolescent Males.
C.F. Turner, L. Ku, F.L. Sonenstein, and J.H. Pleck. (Published in R.B. Warnecke, ed., Health Survey Research Methods. Hyattsville, Md.: National Center for Health Statistics, 1996.)
16 Audio CASI: Hardware and Software Considerations in Adding Sound to a Computer-Assisted Interviewing System.
P.C. Cooley, C.F. Turner, J.M. O'Reilly, D.R. Allen, and R.E. Paddock. (Published in Social Science Computer Review, 14(2):197-204, 1996.)
15  Assessing Consistency of Responses to Questions on Cocaine Use.
E.B.G. Adair, S.G. Craddock, H.G. Miller, and C.F. Turner. (Published in Addiction, 90:1497-1502, 1995.)
14  Quality of Alcohol Use Histories Collected at Intake to Substance User Treatment.
C.F. Turner and R.L. Hubbard. (Published in International Journal of the Addictions, 30(8):963-989, 1995.)
13  Sexual Behavior in the United States, 1930-1990: Trends and Methodological Problems.
C.F. Turner, R.D. Danella, and S.M. Rogers. (Published in Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 22(3):173-190, 1995.)
12  Behavioral Studies Relevant to Vaccine Trial Preparation.
C.F. Turner and A.R. Sheon. (Published in AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses, 10:S273-S276, 1994.)
11 Audio- and Video Computer-Assisted Self-Interviewing: Preliminary Tests of New Technologies for Data Collection.
J.M. O'Reilly, M.L. Hubbard, J.T. Lessler, P.P. Biemer, and C.F. Turner. (Published in Journal of Official Statistics, 10(2):197-214, 1994.)
10 Evaluation of NIH-Funded Condom Research, Phase 1: Evaluability Assessment.
D.A. Gibbs and C.F. Turner. Technical Papers on Health and Behavior Measurement, No. 10, Washington DC: RTI Program in Health and Behavior Measurement, 1994.
Effects of Decomposition of Complex Concepts.
M.L. Hubbard, J. Pantulla, and J.T. Lessler. (Published in C.F. Turner, J.T. Lessler, and J.C. Gfroerer, eds., Survey Measurement of Drug Use: Methodological Studies. DHHS Pub. No. ADM-92-1929. Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1992.)
8 Effects of Mode of Administration and Wording on Data Quality.
C.F. Turner, J.T. Lessler, B.J. George, M.L. Hubbard, and M.B. Witt. (Published in C.F. Turner, J.T. Lessler, and J.C. Gfroerer, eds., Survey Measurement of Drug Use: Methodological Studies. DHHS Pub. No. ADM-92-1929. Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1992.)
7 Effects of Mode of Administration and Wording on Reporting of Drug Use.
C.F. Turner, J.T. Lessler, and J. Devore. (Published in C.F. Turner, J.T. Lessler, and J.C. Gfroerer, eds., Survey Measurement of Drug Use: Methodological Studies. DHHS Pub. No. ADM-92-1929. Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1992.)
6 Male-Male Sexual Contact in the U.S.A.: Findings from Five Sample Surveys, 1970-1990.
S.M. Rogers and C.F. Turner. (Published in Journal of Sex Research, 4:491-519, 1991.)
5 Methodological Issues in AIDS Surveys.
(Chapter 6 in H.G. Miller, C.F. Turner, and L.E. Moses, eds., AIDS: The Second Decade. Report of the National Academy of Sciences--National Research Council, Committee on AIDS Research and the Behavioral, Social, and Statistical Sciences. Washington D.C.: National Academy Press, 1990.)
4 Monitoring the Spread of HIV Infection.
C.F. Turner and R.E. Fay. (Published in C.F. Turner, H.G. Miller, and L.E. Moses, eds., AIDS, Sexual Behavior, and Intravenous Drug Use. Report of the National Academy of Sciences National Research Council, Committee on AIDS Research and the Behavioral, Social, and Statistical Sciences. Washington D.C.: National Academy Press, 1989.)
3 Research on Sexual Behaviors that Transmit HIV: Progress and Problems.
C.F. Turner (Published in AIDS, 3 (suppl. 1):S63-S69, 1989.)
2 Prevalence and Patterns of Same-Gender Sexual Contact Among Men.
R.E. Fay, C.F. Turner, A.D. Klassen, J.H. Gagnon. (Published in Science, 243:338-348, 1989.)
1 AIDS Research and the Behavioral and Social Sciences.
  C.F. Turner, H.G. Miller, and L.F. Barker. (Published in R. Kulstad (ed.), AIDS, 1988: AAAS Symposium Papers. Washington, D.C.: AAAS, 1989.)
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Surveying Subjective Phenomena. C.F. Turner and E. Martin, Eds. New York : Russell Sage, 1985.Volume 1: Monograph on Survey Measurement (495 pp.); Volume 2: Detailed Studies (617 pp.). Available from: Russell Sage Foundation, 112 East 64th Street , New York , NY 10021 , Tel. 212-750-6000, Fax: 212-371-4761, Volume 1, ISBN 0-87154-882-8; Volume 2, ISBN 0-87154-883-8; 2-volume set, ISBN 0-87154-881-X.
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AIDS, Sexual Behavior, and Intravenous Drug Use.(598 pp.) C.F. Turner, H.G. Miller, L.E. Moses, Eds. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1989. Available from the National Academy Press; Tel.: 800-624-6242; Mailing Address: 2101 Constitution Avenue, Box 285, Washington, DC 20055. ISBN 0-309-0394807 (paperbound); ISBN 0-309-0397602 (hardbound).
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AIDS: The Second Decade. (495 pp.) H.G. Miller, C.F. Turner, and L.E. Moses, Eds. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1990. Available from the National Academy Press; Tel.: 800-624-6242; Mailing Address: 2101 Constitution Avenue, Box 285, Washington, DC 20055. ISBN 0-309-04287-X (hardbound); ISBN 0-309-04287-9 (paperbound). 
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Evaluating AIDS Prevention Programs: Expanded Edition.(395 pp.) S.L. Coyle, R.F. Boruch, and C.F. Turner, Eds. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1991. Available from the National Academy Press; Tel.: 800-624-6242; Mailing Address: 2101 Constitution Avenue, Box 285, Washington, DC 20055. ISBN 0-309-042887 (hardbound); ISBN 0-309-04281-X (paperbound). ). 
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Survey Measurement of Drug Use: Methodological Studies. (414 pp.) C.F. Turner, J.T. Lessler, and J.C. Gfroerer, Eds. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office. Available from the U.S. Government Printing Office; Tel.: 202-512-1800; Mailing Address: Superintendent of Documents, P.O. Box 371954, Pittsburgh, PA 15250. ISBN 0-16-038065-0.
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Longitudinal and Experimental Perspectives on the Social Psychology of Socioeconomic Attainment. (333 pp.) C.F. Turner. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Columbia University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, 1978.)
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