Publications:

Peer - Reviewed or Invited Articles
[1] Boyd, J., Delost, M., and Holcomb, J., (1998). Calcium, phosphorus, and alkaline phosphatase laboratory values of elderly subjects, Clinical Laboratory Science, 11, 223-227.
[2] Faires, J. D., Holcomb, J., and Ritchey, N., (1999). Identification and development of mathematically promising students via honors calculus and the university scholars program. In Developing Mathematically Talented Students, Linda Sheffield editor. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Reston, VA.
[3] Holcomb, J., (1999). Characterization theorems when variables are measured with error, Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 68, 283-298.
[4] Holcomb, J. (1999). Regression with covariates and outcome calculated from a comment set of variables in the presence of measurement error: estimation using the SIMEX method, Statistics in Medicine, 21, 2847-2862.
[5] Holben, D. and Holcomb J. (2000). Seasoned lean ground beef and turkey are preferred over seasoned ground emu by consumers, Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 28, 401-408.
[6] Holcomb, J. and Ruffer, R. (2000). Using a term-long project sequence in introductory statistics, The American Statistician, 54, 49-53.
[7] Tarpey, T. and Holcomb J. (2000). Spline bottles, The American Statistician, 54, 129-135.
[8] Boyd, J., Rothenberg, R., and Holcomb J., (2000), The effects of bone density testing at health fairs on awareness and treatment of osteoporosis, Arthritis Care and Research, 13(5), 330-332.
[9] Rothenberg, R., and Holcomb J. (2000).  Guidelines for monitoring of NSAIDS, who listened? Journal of Clinical Rheumatology, 6(5), 258-265.
[10] McNutt, L., Holcomb, J., and Carlson, B. (2000). Logistic Regression Analysis: When the odds ratio doesn't work - An example using intimate partner violence data, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 15(10), 1050-1059.
[11] Ruffer, R., and Holcomb, J. (2001).  To build or buy:  an empirical study of the characteristics affecting a firm¿s expansion decision, Journal of Economics and Business, 53(5), 481-495.
[12] Flexer, C., Biley, K., Hinkley, A., Harkema, C., and Holcomb, J. (2002). Using sound-field to teach phonemic awareness to pre-schoolers, The Hearing Journal, 55(3), 38-44.
[13] Holcomb, J., (2002).  The ethics of comparison:  a statistician wrestles with the orthodoxy of a control group, in Ethical Issues in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Pat Hutchings, editor, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
[14] Holben D., Smith, A., Ilich, J., Landoll, J., Holcomb, J. and Matkovik, V., (2002). Puberty does not negatively affect selenium status in young females, Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 102:1082-1087.  
[15] Boyd, J., Holcomb, J., and Rothenberg R., (2002).  Physician treatment of osteoporosis in response to heel ultrasound bone mineral density reports, Journal of Clinical Densitometry, 5(4), 375-381.
[16] Holben, D. H., McClincy, M. C. , Holcomb J. P., Dean K. L., and Walker, C., (2004). Food security status of households in Appalachian Ohio with children in Head Start, Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 104:238-241.
[17] Rothenberg, R, Boyd J., and Holcomb J., (2004).  Quantitative ultrasound of the calcaneus as a screening tool to detect osteoporosis, Journal of Clinical Densitometry, 7:101-110.
[18] Shih, S. Holben, D., and Holcomb, J, (2004).  Self-Identified Knowledge And Practices Of Family Physicians In Appalachian Ohio Regarding Food Acquisition Of Patients, Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 104:1718-1721.
[19] Holcomb, J. and Spalsbury, A. (2005).  Teaching Students to Use Summary Statistics and Graphics to Clean and Analyze Data, Journal of Statistics Education [Online], 13(3).
[20] Daly, J., Roenigk, K., Holcomb, J., Rogers, J., Butler, K., Gansen, J., McCabe, J., and Ruff, R., (2006).  A randomized controlled trial of FNS in chronic stroke subjects,  Stroke, 37, 172-178.
[21] Holben, D., Barnett, M, and Holcomb, J., (2006).  Food insecurity is associated with health status of older adults participating in the Commodity Supplemental Food Program, Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition, 1(2), 89-99.
[22] Kropf, M, Holben, D., Holcomb, J., and Anderson, H., (2007).  Food security status and produce intake and behaviors of Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and Farmers¿ Market Nutrition Program participants.  Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 107(11), p. 1903-1908.  
[23] Holcomb, J., and Radke-Sharpe, N., (2007) Forecasting Police Calls during Peak Times for the City of Cleveland, Case Studies in Business, Industry, and Government Statistics, 1(1), p. 47 - 53.  
[24] Walker J., Holben, D., Kropf, M., Holcomb, J., and Anderson H., (2007).  Food insecurity is inversely associated with poor social capital and health in females from Special Supplemental Nutrition program for Women, Infants and Children households in Appalachian Ohio, Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 107(11), p. 1989-1993.
[25] O¿Connell, K., Holben, D., and Holcomb, J., (2007).  Use of food pantries is associated with household food insecurity in Ohio.  Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition, 2(2/3), p. 93-109.
[26] Daly, J., J., Nethery, J., McCabe, J.P., Brenner, I., Rogers, J., Gansen J., Butler, K., Roenigk, K., Burdsall, and Holcomb, J. (2009).  ¿Development and Testing of the Gait Assessment and Intervention Tool (G.A.I.T.): A Measure of Coordinated Gait Components,¿ (2009).  Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 178(2), 334-339.
[27] Bletzacker, K, Holben, D., and Holcomb J. (2009).  Poverty and proximity to food assistance programs are inversely related to community food security in an Appalachian Ohio region, Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition 4(2), 172-184.
[28] Garfield, J., Zieffler, A., Kaplan, D., Cobb, G., Chance, B., and Holcomb, J. (2011). ¿Rethinking Assessment of Student Learning in Statistics Courses,¿ The American Statistician 65(1), 1-10.
[29] Daly, J., Holcomb, J. et al. (2011). ¿Recovery of Coordinated Gait: Randomized Controlled Stroke Trial of Functional Electrical Stimulation vs No-FES, With Weight-Supported Treadmill and Over-ground Training,¿ Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 25(7), 588-596.
[30] Zimbelman, J., Daly, J, Roenigk, Butler, K., Birdsall, R., and Holcomb, J.,  (2012). ¿Capability of Two Gait Measures for Detecting Response to Gait Training in Stroke Survivors:  Gait Assessment and Intervention Tool and the Tinetti Gait Scale,¿  Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 93(1), p. 129-136.
[31] Pundik, S., Holcomb, J., Daly, J., (2012) ¿Enhanced Life-Role Participation In Response to Comprehensive Gait Training In Chronic Stroke Survivors,¿ Disability and Rehabilitation, 34(26), 2264-71.
[32] Ray, E., Holben, D., Holcomb, J. (2012).  ¿Food security status and produce intake behaviors, health status, and diabetes risk among women with children living on a Navajo reservation, Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition, 7, 91-100.
[33] McCabe, J., Monkiewicz, M., Holcomb, J., Pundik, S., and Daly, J. (2014). ¿Comparison of Robotics, FES, and Motor Learning Methods for Treatment of Persistent Upper Extremity Dysfunction after Stroke: a Randomized Controlled Trial,¿ to appear in Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
[34] Holcomb, J. (2015). ¿Presenting Evidence in the Field that Invented the Randomized Clinical Trial,¿ in Doing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Jacqueline Dewar and Curtis Bennett editors, Mathematics Association of America, Notes # 83, Washington DC.


Text book Writing:
Reviser for 8th edition, Biostatistics:  A Foundation for Analysis in the Health Sciences, by Wayne Daniel.  Rewrote and updated hundreds of examples and exercises using actual medical data from researchers around the world, John Wiley and Sons, Fall 2004.  
Co-author/reviser for 9th, 10th, & 11th editions, Mathematics with Applications, with Marge Lial, Thomas Hungerford and Bernadette Mullins.  Pearson.  Latest edition published 2014.