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August 2014From Assortative to Ashortative Coupling: Men's Height, Height Heterogamy, and Relationship Dynamics in the United States
with Abigail Weitzman: w20402
Does the Gender of Offspring Affect Parental Political Orientation?
with Byungkyu Lee: w20384
March 2011Health Shocks, Insurance Status and Net Worth: Intra- and Inter-Generational Effects
with Jason Alan Thompson: w16857
January 2011The Equal Environments Assumption in the Post-Genomic Age: Using Misclassified Twins to Estimate Bias in Heritability Models
with Emily Rauscher: w16711

Published: Conley, D., Rauscher, E., Dawes, C., Magnusson, P. K., & Siegal, M. L. 2013. “Heritability and the Equal Environments Assumption: Evidence from Multiple Samples of Misclassified Twins.” Behavior Genetics . 43:415-426.

The War at Home: Effects of Vietnam-Era Military Service on Post-War Household Stability
with Jennifer Heerwig: w16671

Published: Conley, D. and J. Heerwig. 2011. “The War at Ho me: Effects of Vietnam-Era Military Service on Postwar Household Stability.” : 350–American Economic Review (Papers and Proceedings) . 101: 350-54.

May 2010Genetic Interactions with Prenatal Social Environment: Effects on Academic and Behavioral Outcomes
with Emily Rauscher: w16026

Published: Dalton Conley 7 7 Conley, D. and E. Rauscher. 2013. “Genetic Inte ractions with Prenatal Social Environment: Effects on Academic and Behavioral Outcomes.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior . 54: 1-19.

April 2010The Effect of Daughters on Partisanship
with Emily Rauscher: w15873

Published: Conley, D. and E. Rauscher. 2013. “The Effect of Daughters on Partisanship and Social Attitudes toward Women.” Sociological Forum. 28:700-718.

June 2009The Long-Term Effects of Military Conscription on Mortality: Estimates from the Vietnam-era Draft Lottery
with Jennifer A. Heerwig: w15105

Published: Conley, D. and J. Heerwig. 2012. “The Long-Te rm Effects of Milita ry Conscription on Mortality: Estimates from the Vietnam-era Draft Lottery.” Demography . 49: 841-855.

April 2008Bribery or Just Desserts? Evidence on the Influence of Congressional Voting Patterns on PAC Contributions from Exogenous Variation in the Sex Mix of Legislator Offspring
with Brian J. McCabe: w13945
February 2007Africa's Lagging Demographic Transition: Evidence from Exogenous Impacts of Malaria Ecology and Agricultural Technology
with Gordon C. McCord, Jeffrey D. Sachs: w12892
May 2005Gender, Body Mass and Economic Status
with Rebecca Glauber: w11343

Published: Conley, Dalton and Rebecca Glauber. “Gender, Body Mass and Socioeconomic Status: New Evidence from the PSID.” Advances in Health Economics and Health Services Research 17 (2006): 255-280.

Sibling Similarity and Difference in Socioeconomic Status: Life Course and Family Resource Effects
with Rebecca Glauber: w11320
Parental Educational Investment and Children's Academic Risk: Estimates of the Impact of Sibship Size and Birth Order from Exogenous Variations in Fertility
with Rebecca Glauber: w11302

Published: Dalton Conley & Rebecca Glauber, 2006. "Parental Educational Investment and Children’s Academic Risk: Estimates of the Impact of Sibship Size and Birth Order from Exogenous Variation in Fertility," Journal of Human Resources, University of Wisconsin Press, vol. 41(4).

August 2003A Pound of Flesh or Just Proxy? Using Twin Differences to Estimate the Effect of Birth Weight on Life Chances
with Kate Strully, Neil G. Bennett: w9901

Published: Conley, D. and K. Strully. 2006. “Low Birth Weight and Infant Mortality: A Twin Difference Approach.” Economics and Human Biology.

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