Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Koh, E., Choi, G.-Y., & Cho, J. Y. (accepted). Effectiveness of an ongoing, community-based breast cancer prevention program for Korean American women. Health & Social Work.
Murphy-Erby, Y., Stauss, K., & Koh, E. (accepted). Family Festival Prevention Model: Findings from a pilot of a teen pregnancy prevention program conceptualized by and for Latino youth and families. Sex Education.
Stauss, K., Koh, E., Coustaut, C., & Ayers, B. (in press). Ourtown for Teens: Long-term impact of a youth diversity program. Child and Youth Services. DOI: 10.1080/0145935X.2015.1052134
Koh, E., Stauss, K., Coustaut, C., & Forrest, C. (in press). Generational impact of singleparent scholarships in Arkansas: Educational achievement of children in singleparent families. Journal of Family Issues. DOI: 10.1177/0192513X15576963
Koh, E., Rolock, N., Cross, T. P., Eblen-Manning, J. (2014). What explains instability in foster care? Comparison of a matched sample of children with stable and unstable placements. Children and Youth Services Review, 37, 36-45.
Cross, T., Koh, E., Rolock, N., & Eblen-Manning, J. (2013). Why do children experience multiple placement changes in foster care?: A content analysis on reasons for instability. Journal of Public Child Welfare, 7(1), 39-58.
Koh, E., & Testa, M. F. (2011). Children discharged from kin and non-kin foster homes: Do the risks of foster care re-entry differ? Children and Youth Services Review, 33(9), 1497-1505.
Koh, E. (2010). Permanency outcomes of children in kinship and non-kinship foster care: Testing the external validity of kinship effects. Children and Youth Services Review, 32(3), 389-398.
Koh, E., & Testa, M. F. (2008). Propensity score matching of children in kinship and nonkinship foster care: Do permanency outcomes still differ? Social Work Research, 32(2), 105-116.