Bingenheimer JB, Rocke KM, Blake SM. Family adult awareness of adolescents' premarital romantic and sexual relationships in Ghana. Youth and Society (in press).
Bingenheimer JB, Asante E, Ahiadeke C. Reliability, validity, and associations with sexual behavior among Ghanaian teenagers of scales measuring four dimensions of relationships with parents and other adults. Journal of Family Issues 2015; 36(5): 647-668.
Bingenheimer JB, Asante E, Ahiadeke C. Peer influences on sexual activity among adolescents in Ghana. Studies in Family Planning 2015; 46(1): 1-19.
Bingenheimer JB, Reed E. The influences of family context, school enrollment, and relationship experience on risk for coerced sex among female youth in Ghana. International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health 2014; 40(4): 184-195.
Ritsema T, Bingenheimer JB, Scholting P, Cawley JF. Provider differences in preventive health education for chronic disease. Preventing Chronic Disease 2014; 11: 130175.
Mpofu E, Nkomazana F, Muchado J, Togarasei L, Bingenheimer JB. Conceptual framing of HIV prevention among Pentecostal Batswana teenagers. BMC Public Health 2014; 14: 225.
Limaye RJ, Bingenheimer JB, Rimal RN, Krenn S, Vondrasek C. Treatment-as-prevention in AIDS control: Why communication still matters. Journal of Therapy and Management in HIV Infection 2013; 1: 3-6.
Asampong E, Osafo J, Bingenheimer J, Ahiadeke C. Adolescents’ and parents’ perceptions of best time for sex and sexual communication: Implications for HIV and AIDS education. BMC International Health and Human Rights 2013; 13: 40.
Bingenheimer JB. Men’s multiple partnerships in 15 sub-Saharan African countries: Sociodemographic patterns and implications. Studies in Family Planning 2010; 41(1): 1-17.
Steward NR, Farkas G, Bingenheimer JB. Detailed educational pathways among females after very early sexual intercourse. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health 2009; 41(4): 244-252.
Bingenheimer JB, Geronimus AT. Behavioral mechanisms in HIV epidemiology and prevention: Past, present, and future roles. Studies in Family Planning 2009; 40(3): 287-204.
Bingenheimer JB. Wealth, wealth indices, and HIV risk in East Africa. International Family Planning Perspectives 2007; 33(2): 83-84.
Bingenheimer JB, Raudenbush SW, Leventhal T, Brooks-Gunn J. Measurement equivalence and differential item functioning in family psychology. Journal of Family Psychology 2005; 19(3): 441-455.
Bingenheimer JB, Brennan RT, Earls FJ. Firearm violence exposure and serious violent behavior. Science 2005; 308: 1323-1326.
Bingenheimer JB. Multilevel models and scientific progress in social epidemiology. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2005; 59: 438-439.
Bingenheimer JB, Raudenbush SW. Statistical and substantive inferences: Issues in the application of multilevel models. Annual Review of Public Health 2004; 25: 53-77.
Leventhal T, Selner-O’Hagan MB, Brooks-Gunn J, Bingenheimer JB, Earls FJ. The Homelife Interview from the Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods: Assessment of parenting and home environment for 3 to 15 year olds. Parenting: Science and Practice 2004; 4(2-3): 211-241.
Bound J, Waidmann T, Schoenbaum M, Bingenheimer JB. Labor market consequences of race differences in health. Milbank Quarterly 2003; 81(3): 441-474.
Zimmerman MA, Bingenheimer JB, Notaro PC. Natural mentors and adolescent resiliency: A study with urban youth. American Journal of Community Psychology 2002; 30(2): 221-243.