Here is a list of my publications. You can also find them on my Google Scholar Profile

  1. Tyler J. VanderWeele, Claudia Trudel-Fitzgerald, Paul Allin, Colin Farrelly, Guy Fletcher, Donald E. Frederick, Jon Hall, John F. Helliwell, Eric S. Kim, William A. Lauinger, Matthew T. Lee, Sonja Lyubomirsky, Seth Margolis, Eileen McNeely, Neil Messer, Louis Tay, Vish Viswanath, Dorota Węziak-Białowolska, Laura D. Kubzansky, Current recommendations on the selection of measures for well-being, Preventive Medicine, 2020, 106004, ISSN 0091-7435
  2. Frederick, D. E., & VanderWeele, T. J. (2020). Longitudinal meta-analysis of job crafting shows positive association with work engagement. Cogent Psychology, 7(1), 1746733.
  3. Frederick DE, VanderWeele TJ (2019) Supported employment: Meta-analysis and review of randomized controlled trials of individual placement and support. PLOS ONE 14(2): e0212208.
  4. Frederick, D. E., Austin Brown, Stephanie Tacopina, Nisarg Mehta, Mark Vujovic, Elizabeth Brim, Tasneem Amina, Bethany Fixsen, Leslie M Kay. (2017) Task-dependent behavioral dynamics make the case for temporal integration in multiple strategies during odor processing. Journal of Neuroscience 23 March 2017, 1797-16; DOI: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.1797-16.2017
  5. Frederick, D. E., Brown, A., Brim, E., Mehta, N., Vujovic, M., & Kay, L. M. (2016). Gamma and Beta Oscillations Define a Sequence of Neurocognitive Modes Present in Odor Processing. Journal of Neuroscience, 36(29).
  6. Rojas-Líbano, D., Frederick, D. E., Egaña, J. I., & Kay, L. M. (2014). The olfactory bulb theta rhythm follows all frequencies of diaphragmatic respiration in the freely behaving rat. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 8(JUNE).
  7. Frederick, D. E., Rojas-Líbano, D., Scott, M., & Kay, L. M. (2011). Rat behavior in go/no-go and two-alternative choice odor discrimination: Differences and similarities. Behavioral Neuroscience, 125(4), 588–603.
  8. Frederick, D. E., Barlas, L., Ievins, A., & Kay, L. M. (2009). A critical test of the overlap hypothesis for odor mixture perception. Behavioral Neuroscience, 123(2), 430–7.