Peer-Reviewed Studies

Nevin & Watson (1998) Evidence of Rational Market Valuations for Home Energy Efficiency, The Appraisal Journal.

Nevin, Bender, & Gazan (1999) More Evidence of Rational Market Values for Home Energy Efficiency, The Appraisal Journal.

Nevin (2000) How Lead Exposure Relates to Temporal Changes in I.Q., Violent Crime, and Unwed Pregnancy Environmental Research.

Jacobs & Nevin (2006) Validation of a 20-year forecast of U.S. childhood lead poisoning: Updated prospects for 2010, Environmental Research.

Nevin & Jacobs (2006) Windows of Opportunity: Lead Poisoning Prevention, Housing Affordability, and Energy Conservation, Housing Policy Debate.

Nevin (2007) Understanding International Crime Trends: The Legacy of Preschool Lead Exposure, Environmental Research.

Nevin, Jacobs, Berg, & Cohen (2008) Monetary Benefits of Preventing Childhood Lead Poisoning With Lead-Safe Window Replacement, Environmental Research.

Nevin (2009) Trends in preschool lead exposure, mental retardation, and scholastic achievement: Association or causation? Environmental Research.

Nevin (2010) Energy-efficient housing stimulus that pays for itself, Energy Policy.

Carpenter & Nevin (2010) Environmental causes of violence, Physiology and Behavior.

Dixon, Jacobs, Wilson, Akoto, Nevin, & Clark (2012) Window replacement and residential lead paint hazard control 12 years later, Environmental Research.

Research Summaries, Working Papers, and Presentations