Morrissey, T. W., Oellerich, D., Meade, E., Simms, J., & Stock, A. (2016). Neighborhood poverty and children’s food insecurity. Children and Youth Services Review, 66, 85-93.
Morrissey, T. W. (2016). Child care and parental labor force participation: A review of the research. Review of Economics of the Household. http://www.springer.com/-/1/AVOydiOwnYabzt6nP5yA
Morrissey, T. W. (2016). Parental depressive symptoms and gun, fire, and motor vehicle safety practices. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 20(4), 799-807.
Jacknowitz, A., & Morrissey, T. W., & Brannegan, A.* (2015). Food insecurity across the first five years: Triggers of onset and exit. Children and Youth Services Review, 53, 24-33.
Morrissey, T. W. (2014). Maternal depressive symptoms and weight-related parenting behaviors. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 18(6), 1328-1335.
Morrissey, T. W., & Dagher, R. (2014). A longitudinal analysis of maternal depressive symptoms and children’s food consumption and weight outcomes. Public Health Nutrition, 15, 1-10.
Morrissey, T. W., Hutchison, L. A.*, & Winsler, A. (2014). Family income, school absences, and student achievement. Developmental Psychology, 50(3), 741-753.
Morrissey, T. W., Jacknowitz, A., & Vinopal, K.* (2014). Local food prices and their associations with children’s weight and food security. Pediatrics, 133(3), 422-430.
Morrissey, T. W. (2013). Multiple child care arrangements and common communicable illnesses in children aged 3 to 54 months. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 17(7), 1175-1184.
Morrissey, T. W. (2013). Trajectories of growth in body mass index across childhood: Associations with maternal and paternal employment. Social Science & Medicine, 95, 60-68.
Morrissey, T. W. (2012). Health reform and child health: Progress, cautions, and future directions. Child Development Perspectives, 6(2), 199-205.
Morrissey, T. W., Dunifon, R. E., & Kalil, A. (2011). Maternal employment, work schedules, and children’s body mass index. Child Development, 82(1), 66-81.
*Third-most downloaded article in Child Development in 2011.