Hailey R. Banack
Hailey R. Banack
Postdoctoral Fellow, University at Buffalo
Verified email at buffalo.edu
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Coach autonomy support, basic need satisfaction, and intrinsic motivation of paralympic athletes
HR Banack, CM Sabiston, GA Bloom
Research quarterly for exercise and sport 82 (4), 722-730, 2011
The obesity paradox: understanding the effect of obesity on mortality among individuals with cardiovascular disease
HR Banack, JS Kaufman
Preventive medicine 62, 96-102, 2014
PTSD following childbirth: a prospective study of incidence and risk factors in Canadian women
N Verreault, D Da Costa, A Marchand, K Ireland, H Banack, M Dritsa, ...
Journal of Psychosomatic Research 73 (4), 257-263, 2012
The “obesity paradox” explained
HR Banack, JS Kaufman
Epidemiology 24 (3), 461-462, 2013
Coronary heart disease risk factors and mortality
HR Banack, S Harper, JS Kaufman
Jama 307 (11), 1137-1138, 2012
Does selection bias explain the obesity paradox among individuals with cardiovascular disease?
HR Banack, JS Kaufman
Annals of Epidemiology 25 (5), 342-349, 2015
Should patients with chronic disease be told to gain weight? The obesity paradox and selection bias
M Lajous, HR Banack, JS Kaufman, MA HernŠn
The American journal of medicine 128 (4), 334-336, 2015
From bad to worse: collider stratification amplifies confounding bias in the “obesity paradox”
HR Banack, JS Kaufman
European journal of epidemiology 30 (10), 1111-1114, 2015
Promoting long term athlete development in cross country skiing through competency-based coach education: A qualitative study
HR Banack, GA Bloom, WR Falc„o
International journal of sports science & coaching 7 (2), 301-316, 2012
The association between sleep disturbance, depressive symptoms, and health-related quality of life among cardiac rehabilitation participants
HR Banack, CD Holly, I Lowensteyn, L Masse, S Marchand, SA Grover, ...
Journal of cardiopulmonary rehabilitation and prevention 34 (3), 188-194, 2014
Association between regional body fat and cardiovascular disease risk among postmenopausal women with normal body mass index
GC Chen, R Arthur, NM Iyengar, V Kamensky, X Xue, ...
European heart journal 40 (34), 2849-2855, 2019
The ‘obesity paradox’may not be a paradox at all
HR Banack, A Stokes
International journal of obesity 41 (8), 1162-1163, 2017
Is BMI a valid measure of obesity in post-menopausal women?
HR Banack, J Wactawski-Wende, KM Hovey, A Stokes
Menopause (New York, NY) 25 (3), 307, 2018
Selection bias: a missing factor in the obesity paradox debate
WR Robinson, H Furberg, HR Banack
Obesity 22 (3), 625, 2014
Estimating the time-varying joint effects of obesity and smoking on all-cause mortality using marginal structural models
HR Banack, JS Kaufman
American journal of epidemiology 183 (2), 122-129, 2016
Accounting for selection bias in studies of acute cardiac events
HR Banack, S Harper, JS Kaufman
Canadian Journal of Cardiology 34 (6), 709-716, 2018
Cohort profile: the Buffalo OsteoPerio microbiome prospective cohort study
HR Banack, RJ Genco, MJ LaMonte, AE Millen, MJ Buck, Y Sun, ...
BMJ open 8 (12), 2018
Structural bias in studies of cardiovascular disease: let's not be fooled by the “obesity paradox”
SD Stovitz, HR Banack, JS Kaufman
Canadian Journal of Cardiology 34 (5), 540-542, 2018
Stratified probabilistic bias analysis for BMI-related exposure misclassification in postmenopausal women
HR Banack, A Stokes, MP Fox, KM Hovey, EM Cespedes-Feliciano, ...
Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.) 29 (5), 604, 2018
The subgingival microbiome relationship to periodontal disease in older women
RJ Genco, MJ LaMonte, DI McSkimming, MJ Buck, L Li, KM Hovey, ...
Journal of dental research 98 (9), 975-984, 2019
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