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Pesko MF, Robarts AMT.  2017.  Adolescent Tobacco Use in Urban Versus Rural Areas of the United States: The Influence of Tobacco Control Policy Environments.. J Adolesc Health. 61(1):70-76.
Dube SR, Pesko MF, Xu X.  2016.  A Cross-sectional Examination of What Smokers Perceive to be Important and Their Willingness to Pay for Tobacco Cessation Medications.. J Public Health Manag Pract. 22(1):48-56.
Pesko MF, Kenkel DS, Wang H, Hughes JM.  2016.  The effect of potential electronic nicotine delivery system regulations on nicotine product selection.. Addiction. 111(4):734-44.
Berry K, Pesko MF, Hesdorffer DC, Shellhaas RA, Seirup JK, Grinspan ZM.  2017.  An evaluation of national birth certificate data for neonatal seizure epidemiology.. Epilepsia. 58(3):446-455.
Courtemanche CJ, Palmer MK, Pesko MF.  2017.  Influence of the Flavored Cigarette Ban on Adolescent Tobacco Use.. Am J Prev Med. 52(5):e139-e146.
Pesko MF, Xu X, Tynan MA, Gerzoff RB, Malarcher AM, Pechacek TF.  2014.  Per-pack price reductions available from different cigarette purchasing strategies: United States, 2009-2010.. Prev Med. 63:13-9.
Casalino LP, Pesko MF, Ryan AM, Nyweide DJ, Iwashyna TJ, Sun X, Mendelsohn J, Moody J.  2015.  Physician Networks and Ambulatory Care-sensitive Admissions.. Med Care. 53(6):534-41.
Press MJ, Gerber LM, Peng TR, Pesko MF, Feldman PH, Ouchida K, Sridharan S, Bao Y, Barron Y, Casalino LP.  2015.  Post-Discharge Communication Between Home Health Nurses and Physicians: Measurement, Quality, and Outcomes.. J Am Geriatr Soc. 63(7):1299-305.
Pesko MF, Baum CF.  2016.  The self-medication hypothesis: Evidence from terrorism and cigarette accessibility.. Econ Hum Biol. 22:94-102.
Casalino LP, Pesko MF, Ryan AM, Mendelsohn JL, Copeland KR, Ramsay PPamela, Sun X, Rittenhouse DR, Shortell SM.  2014.  Small primary care physician practices have low rates of preventable hospital admissions.. Health Aff (Millwood). 33(9):1680-8.