William G. Bowen and Sarah A. Levin. Reclaiming the Game: College Sports and Educational Values. Princeton University Press, 2003.
Katherine Baicker, Sarah Taubman, Heidi Allen, Mira Bernstein, Jonathan Gruber, Joseph P. Newhouse, Eric Schneider, Bill Wright, Alan Zaslavsky, Amy Finkelstein, and the Oregon Health Study Group, “The Oregon Experiment – Medicaid’s Effects on Clinical Outcomes” New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 368, Issue 18. May 2013.
Amy Finkelstein, Sarah Taubman, Bill Wright, Mira Bernstein, Jonathan Gruber, Joseph P. Newhouse, Heidi Allen, Katherine Baicker, and the Oregon Health Study Group, “The Oregon Health Insurance Experiment: Evidence from the First Year.” Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2012; 127 (3): 1057-1106. (Appendix)
Heidi Allen, Katherine Baicker, Amy Finkelstein, Sarah Taubman, Bill Wright, and the Oregon Health Study Group, “What the Oregon Health Study can tell us about expanding Medicaid.“ Health Affairs, 2010 Aug; 29(6): 1498-1506.
Sarah L. Taubman, James M. Robins, Murray A. Mittleman, and Miguel A. Hernán. “Intervening on risk factors for coronary heart disease: an application of the parametric g-formula” International Journal of Epidemiology 2009 Dec; 38(6): 1599-611.
Sarah L. Taubman, James M. Robins, Murray A. Mittleman, and Miguel A. Hernán. “Alternative approaches to estimating the effects of hypothetical interventions.” In JSM Proceedings, Health Policy Statistics Section. Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association, 2008.
Miguel A. Hernán and Sarah L. Taubman. “Does obesity shorten life? The importance of well-defined interventions to answer causal questions.” International Journal of Obesity, 2008 Aug; 32 Suppl 3: S8-14.
Woo-kyoung Ahn, Sarah Levin, and Jessecae K. Marsh. “Determinants of feature centrality in clinicians’ concepts of mental disorders.” Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Earlbaum Associates, 2005.