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Lindsey Leininger
Lindsey Leininger
Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College
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A parent-directed language intervention for children of low socioeconomic status: A randomized controlled pilot study
DL Suskind, KR Leffel, E Graf, MW Hernandez, EA Gunderson, ...
Journal of child language 43 (2), 366-406, 2016
3142016
The effect of public insurance coverage for childless adults on labor supply
L Dague, T DeLeire, L Leininger
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 9 (2), 124-154, 2017
1632017
Low‐income mothers’ private safety nets and children’s socioemotional well‐being
RM Ryan, A Kalil, L Leininger
Journal of Marriage and Family 71 (2), 278-297, 2009
1092009
Wisconsin experience indicates that expanding public insurance to low-income childless adults has health care impacts
T DeLeire, L Dague, L Leininger, K Voskuil, D Friedsam
Health affairs 32 (6), 1037-1045, 2013
972013
Consequences of SCHIP expansions for household well-being
L Leininger, H Levy, D Schanzenbach
Forum for Health Economics & Policy 13 (1), 2010
682010
Child health and access to medical care
L Leininger, H Levy
The Future of children/Center for the Future of Children, the David and …, 2015
582015
Reexamining the effects of family structure on children's access to care: The Single‐Father family
LJ Leininger, KM Ziol‐Guest
Health services research 43 (1p1), 117-133, 2008
572008
Low-income mothers' social support and children's injuries
LJ Leininger, RM Ryan, A Kalil
Social Science & Medicine 68 (12), 2113-2121, 2009
452009
Using Self‐Reported Health Measures to Predict High‐Need Cases among Medicaid‐Eligible Adults
LR Wherry, ME Burns, LJ Leininger
Health services research 49 (S2), 2147-2172, 2014
402014
Contemporaneous and long-term effects of children’s public health insurance expansions on Supplemental Security Income participation
M Levere, S Orzol, L Leininger, N Early
Journal of health economics 64, 80-92, 2019
282019
Cognitive and non‐cognitive predictors of success in adult education programs: Evidence from experimental data with low‐income welfare recipients
LJ Leininger, A Kalil
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management: The Journal of the Association …, 2008
272008
The effects of expanding public insurance to rural low‐income childless adults
ME Burns, L Dague, T DeLeire, M Dorsch, D Friedsam, LJ Leininger, ...
Health Services Research 49 (S2), 2173-2187, 2014
232014
Wisconsin's BadgerCare Plus Reform: Impact on Low‐Income Families' Enrollment and Retention in Public Coverage
LJ Leininger, D Friedsam, L Dague, S Mok, E Hynes, A Bergum, ...
Health services research 46 (1p2), 336-347, 2011
222011
Dear Pandemic: Nurses as key partners in fighting the COVID‐19 infodemic
AZ Ritter, S Aronowitz, L Leininger, M Jones, JB Dowd, S Albrecht, ...
Public Health Nursing 38 (4), 603-609, 2021
212021
Lessons Learned From Dear Pandemic, a Social Media–Based Science Communication Project Targeting the COVID-19 Infodemic
SS Albrecht, SV Aronowitz, AM Buttenheim, S Coles, JB Dowd, L Hale, ...
Public Health Reports 137 (3), 449-456, 2022
202022
Understanding the gap in primary care access and use between teens and younger children
ME Burns, LJ Leininger
Medical care research and review 69 (5), 581-601, 2012
202012
Predicting high-cost pediatric patients: derivation and validation of a population-based model
LJ Leininger, B Saloner, LR Wherry
Medical care 53 (8), 729-735, 2015
192015
Partial-year insurance coverage and the health care utilization of children
LJ Leininger
Medical Care Research and Review 66 (1), 49-67, 2009
192009
Predicting high-need cases among new Medicaid enrollees
LJ Leininger, D Friedsam, K Voskuil, T DeLeire
Am J Manag Care 20 (9), e399-407, 2014
162014
Wisconsin's experience with Medicaid auto-enrollment: lessons for other states
T DeLeire, L Leininger, L Dague, S Mok, D Friedsam
Medicare & Medicaid research review 2 (2), 2012
132012
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