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Here’s the standard account of my publications for the year.

Magazine issues and collections (editor and publisher)

Go Now, January 2016.

Not One of Us #55, April 2016.

Not One of Us #56, October 2016.

Journal articles

Robert J. Blendon and John M. Benson, “Income Inequality: The Public and the Partisan Divide,” Challenge: The Magazine of Economic Affairs, 2016;59(1):4-11.

Robert J. Blendon and John M. Benson, “Partisan Divide over Income Inequality Makes Reducing It Even Harder,” The Conversation, April 13, 2016.

Robert J. Blendon, Mary T. Gorski, and John M. Benson, “The Public and the Gene-editing Revolution,” New England Journal of Medicine, 2016;374(15):1406-1411.

Robert Blendon, Caitlin McMurtry, John Benson, and Justin Sayde, “The Opioid Abuse Crisis Is a Rare Area of Bipartisan Consensus,” Health Affairs Blog, September 12, 2016.

Robert J. Blendon, John M. Benson, and Logan S. Casey, “Health Care in the 2016 Election – A View Through Voters’ Polarized Lenses,” New England Journal of Medicine, 2016;375(17):e37(1-8).

Kirstin Woody Scott, Robert J. Blendon, and John M. Benson, “Sick of Health Care Politics? Comparing Views of Quality of Care Between Democrats and Republicans,” Journal for Healthcare Quality, 2016;38(6):e39-e51.

Joachim Hero, Caitlin McMurtry, John Benson, and Robert Blendon, “Discussing Opioid Risks with Patients to Reduce Misuse and Abuse: Evidence from 2 Surveys,” Annals of Family Medicine, 2016;14(6):575-577.

Loren Saulsberry, Robert J. Blendon, and John M. Benson, “Challenges Confronting African Americans and Hispanics Living with Chronic Illness in Their Families,” Chronic Illness, 2016;12(4):281-291.

Date: 2016-12-26 08:35 pm (UTC)
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Here’s the standard account of my publications for the year.

That's not a few articles.

Date: 2016-12-26 09:04 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] lesser-celery.livejournal.com
Another example of one of my favorite concepts: the false mean. Over the past several years, I have pretty regularly had about four published articles per year. But just looking at he past two years, eight-for-2016 balances zero-for-2015, averaging four without ever coming close to the mean. Standard deviation?

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