Peer-reviewed articles

Prickett, Kate C., Alexa Martin-Storey, and Robert Crosnoe. State laws regulating firearm restrictions for domestic violence offenders and firearm ownership among high-conflict families. Forthcoming in Journal of Family Violence.

Martin-Storey, Alexa, Kate C. Prickett, and Robert Crosnoe. Disparities in sleep duration and quality related to sexual minority status: Findings from the American Time Use Survey. Forthcoming in Sleep.

Elizabeth Cozzolino, Kate C. Prickett, and Robert Crosnoe. Relationship conflict, work conditions, and the health of mothers with young children. Forthcoming in Journal of Family Issues.

Augustine, Jennifer M., Kate C. Prickett, and Daniela V. Negraia. Doing it all? Mothers’ college enrollment, time use, and affective well-being. Forthcoming in Journal of Marriage and Family.

Martin-Storey, Alexa, Kate C. Prickett, and Robert Crosnoe. Alcohol use and change over time in firearm safety among families with young children. Forthcoming in Drug and Alcohol Dependence.

Negraia, Daniela V., Jennifer M. Augustine, and Kate C. Prickett. The gender gap in parents’ time with children: Differences across parenting activities, stages of parenting, and education groups. Forthcoming in Journal of Family Issues.

Prickett, Kate C. (2018). Nonstandard work schedules, family dynamics, and mother-child interactions during early childhood. Journal of Family Issues, 39, 985-1007.

Prickett, Kate C., and Jacqueline L. Angel. (2017). Transitions in living arrangements among older Mexican Americans: The dynamics of dependency and disadvantage. Research on Aging, 39, 396-417.

Augustine, Jennifer M., Kate C. Prickett, and Rachel Kimbro. (2017). Health-related parenting among U.S. families and children’s physical health. Journal of Marriage and Family, 79, 816-832.

Prickett, Kate C., and Jennifer M. Augustine. (2016). Maternal education and investments in children’s health. Journal of Marriage and Family, 78, 7-25.

Marteleto, Leticia J., Shannon E. Cavanagh, Kate C. Prickett, and Shelley Clark. (2016). Instability in parent-child coresidence and adolescent development in urban South Africa. Studies in Family Planning, 47, 19-38.

Prickett, Kate C., Alexa Martin-Storey, and Robert Crosnoe. (2015). A research note on time with children in different- and same-sex two-parent families. Demography, 52, 905-918.

Augustine, Jennifer M., Kate C. Prickett, Sarah M. Kendig, and Robert Crosnoe. (2015). Maternal education and the link between birth timing and children’s school readiness. Social Science Quarterly, 96, 970-984.

Martin-Storey, Alexa, Kate C. Prickett, and Robert Crosnoe. (2015). Firearm storage among families of young children. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 19, 17-24.

Prickett, Kate C., Alexa Martin-Storey, and Robert Crosnoe. (2014). State firearm laws and firearm ownership and safety practices among families of young children. The American Journal of Public Health, 104, 1080-1086.

Crosnoe, Robert, Kate C. Prickett, Chelsea Smith, and Shannon E. Cavanagh. (2014). Changes in young children’s family structures and child care arrangements. Demography, 51, 459-483.

Angel, Jacqueline L., Kate C. Prickett, and Ronald J. Angel. (2014). Sources of retirement security for black, non-Hispanic white, and Mexican-origin women: The changing roles of marriage and work. Journal of Women, Politics, and Policy, 35, 222-241.

Prickett, Kate C., and Jacqueline L. Angel. (2012). Métodos empíricos em pesquisa do envelhecimento entre minorias: Um caso para trangulacão sociológica (Empirical methods in minority aging research: The case for sociological triangulation). Sociologias, 14, 146-165.

Prickett, Kate C., and Jacqueline L. Angel. (2011). The new health care law: How will women near retirement fare? Women’s Health Issues, 21, 331-337. 

Other writing

The Child and Family Blog post (2016): "Young children of parents with less education face inequality: They miss out on 1,000 hours of vital care."

 The Society Pages blog post (2015): “Same-sex parents: More time with children.”

The Child and Family Blog post (2015): “Children living with same-sex couples have 40 percent more focused time with parents.”

The Austin Statesman op-ed (2015): “Policies against same-sex parenting not science based.”

The Huffington Post op-ed (2014): “State firearm laws could reduce gun-related injuries in children.”

The Austin Statesman op-ed (2011): “Women in a window of vulnerability.”

Policy reports and other publications

Raley, R. Kelly, Robert Reynolds, Jaira San Jose, Kate C. Prickett, and Robert Crosnoe (2017). Using an occupational database to describe job characteristicsOpen Science Framework. https://osf.io/yvppc/

Prickett, Kate C., Alexa Martin-Storey, and Robert Crosnoe. (2016). An update on identifying same-sex couples in the American Time Use Survey. Demography, 53, 2121-2122.

Lerman, Robert, Lauren Eyster, and Kate Chambers. (2009). The benefits and challenges of registered apprenticeship: The sponsors’ perspectives. The Urban Institute.

Chambers, Kate, Erica Zielewski, and Karin Malm. (2008). Older foster youths’ views of adoption and permanency. The Urban Institute.

Nightingale, Demetra Smith, Lauren Eyster, John Trutko, Carolyn O’Brien, and Kate Chambers. (2008). The structure and implementation of High Growth Job Training Initiative (HGJTI) grant-funded programs. The Urban Institute.

Gates, Gary, M.V. Lee Badgett, Jennifer Ehrle Macomber, and Kate Chambers. (2007). Adoption and foster care by lesbian and gay parents in the United States. The Williams Institute and The Urban Institute.

Macomber, Jennifer Ehrle, Erica H. Zielewski, Kate Chambers, and Rob Geen. (2005). Foster care adoption in the United States: An analysis of interest in adoption and a review of state recruitment strategies. The Urban Institute.