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Selected Publications by Date

Miller, W.B.  (1973).  Sexuality, contraception, and pregnancy in a high school population.  California Medicine, 119,14-21.

Miller, W.B.  (1974).  Relationships between the intendedness of conception and the wantedness of pregnancy.  Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 159, 396-406
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Miller, W.B. (1975).  Psychological and psychiatric aspects of population problems.  In:  D. Hamburg & H. Keith H. Brodie (Eds.), American Handbook of Psychiatry, Vol. VI, New York:  Basic Books.

Miller, W.B.  (1975).  A survey of psychological antecedents of conception among abortion seekers.  Western Journal of Medicine, 122,12-19.

Miller, W.B. & Godwin, R.K.  (1977). Psyche and Demos:  Individual Decision Making and Population Issues.  New York:  Oxford University Press.

Cvetkovich, G., Grote B., Lieberman, E.J. & Miller, W.B.  (1978).  Sex role development and teenage fertility-related behavior.  Adolescence, 13, 231-236.

Miller, W.B.  (1978).  Psychosocial aspects of surgical sterilization in women.  In:  S.H. Newman & Z.E. Klein, (Eds.), Behavioral-Social Aspects of Contraceptive Sterilization, Lexington, MA:  Lexington Books.

Miller, W.B. & Newman, L.F.  (1978).  (Eds.):  The First Child and Family Formation.  Chapel Hill, NC:  Carolina Population Center.

Miller, W.B.  (1980).  Sexual and contraceptive behavior in young unmarried women.  In:  D.D. Young & A.A. Ehrhardt, (Eds.), Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, New York:  Appleton-Century-Crofts.

Miller, W.B.  (1981).  Psychological vulnerability to unwanted pregnancy.  In:  F.F. Furstenberg, R. Lincoln, & J. Menken, (Eds.), Teenage Sexuality, Pregnancy, and Childbearing.  Philadelphia, PA:  University of Pennsylvania Press.

Miller, W.B.  (1981).  The Psychology of Reproduction. Washington, DC:  National Technical Information Service.

Miller, W.B.  (1983).  Chance, choice, and the future of reproduction.  American Psychologist, 38, 1198-1205.

Miller, W.B. & Shain, R.N.  (1985).  Married women and contraceptive sterilization:  Factors that contribute to pre-surgical ambivalence.  Journal of Biosocial Science, 17, 471-479.

Miller, W.B.  (1986).  Why some women fail to use their contraceptive method:  A psychological investigation.  Family Planning Perspectives, 18, 27-32.

Miller, W.B.  (1986).  Proception:  An important fertility behavior.  Demography, 23, 579-594.

Miller, W.B., Shain, R.N. & Pasta, D.J.  (1985).  A model of the determinants in married women of sterilization method choice.  Population and Environment, 8, 223-239.

Shain, R.N., Miller, W.B. & Holden, A.E.C.  (1986).  Married women's dissatisfaction with tubal sterilization and vasectomy at first-year follow-up:  Effects of perceived spousal dominance.  Fertility and Sterility, 45, 808-819.

Miller, W.B., Shain, R.N. & Pasta, D.J.  (1989).  The sterilization decision in a U.S. sample.  In:  R.A. Bulatao, J.A. Palmore, Jr & Sandra E. Ward.  (Eds.), Choosing a Contraceptive:  Factors in Method Choice in Asia and the United States, Boulder, CO:  Westview Press.

Miller, W.B. & Pasta, D.J.  (1988).  A model of fertility motivations, desires, expectations early in women's reproductive careers.  Social Biology, 35, 236-250.

Miller, W.B., Shain, R.N., & Pasta, D.J.  (1990).  The nature and dynamics of post-sterilization regret in married women.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 20, 506-530.

Miller, W.B., Shain, R.N., & Pasta, D.J.  (1991).  Tubal sterilization or vasectomy:  How do married couples make the choice?  Fertility and Sterility, 56, 278-284.

Miller, W.B., Shain, R.N., & Pasta, D.J.  (1991).  The predictors of post-sterilization regret in married women.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 21, 1083-1110.

Miller, W.B., Shain, R.N., & Pasta, D.J.  (1991).  The pre- and post-sterilization predictors of post-sterilization regret in husbands and wives.  Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 179, 602-608.

Shain, R.N., Miller, W.B., Holden, A.E.C., & Rosenthal, M.  (1991).  Impact of tubal sterilization and vasectomy on female marital sexuality:  Results of a controlled longitudinal study.  American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 164, 763-771.

Miller, W.B.  (1992).  An empirical study of the psychological antecedents and consequences of induced abortion.  Journal of Social Issues, 48, 67-93.

Miller, W.B.  (1992).  Personality traits and developmental experiences as antecedents of childbearing motivation.  Demography, 29, 265-285.

Miller, W.B.  (1993).  A model of sterilization ambivalence and post-sterilization regret in married couples.  In:  L.J. Severy (Ed.), Advances in Population, Volume 1, (pp. 173-206).  London:  Jessica Kingsley.

Miller, W.B. & Pasta, D.J.  (1993).  Motivational and nonmotivational determinants of child-number desires.  Population and Environment, 15,113-138.

Miller, W.B.  (1994).  Childbearing motivations, desires, and intentions:  A theoretical framework.  Genetic, Social, and General Psychological Monographs, 120, 223-258.

Miller, W.B.  (1994).  Reproductive decisions:  How we make them and how they make us.  In:  L.J. Severy (Ed.), Advances in Population, Volume 2 (pp. 1-27).  London:  Jessica Kingsley.

Miller, W.B. & Pasta, D.J.  (1994).  The psychology of child timing:  A measurement instrument and a model.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 24, 221-250.

Miller, W.B.  (1995).  Childbearing motivation and its measurement.  Journal of Biosocial Science, 27, 473-485.

Miller, W.B. & Pasta, D.J.  (1995).  How does childbearing affect fertility motivations and desires?  Social Biology, 42, 185-198.

Kubicka, L., Matejcek, Z., David, H.P., Dytrych, Z., Miller, W.B., & Roth, Z.  (1995).  Children from unwanted pregnancies in Prague, Czeck Republic revisited at age thirty.  Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 91, 361-369.

Miller, W.B. & Pasta, D.J.  (1995).  Behavioral intentions:  Which ones predict fertility behavior in married couples?  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 25, 530-555.

Miller, W.B. & Pasta, D.J.  (1996).  The relative influence of husbands and wives on the choice and use of oral contraception, a diaphragm, and condoms.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 26, 1749-1774.

Miller, W.B. & Pasta, D.J.  (1996).  Couple disagreement:  Effects on the formation and implementation of fertility decisions.  Personal Relationships, 3, 307-336.

Miller, W.B., Pasta, D.J., & Dean, C.L.  (1998).  Testing a model of the psychological consequences of abortion.  In:  Beckman, L.J. & Harvey, S.M.  (Eds.)., The New Civil War:  The Psychology, Culture, and Politics of Abortion.  Washington, DC:  American Psychological Association.

Miller, W.B., Pasta, D.J., MacMurray, J., Chiu, C., Wu, H., & Comings, D.E.  (1999).  Dopamine receptor genes are associated with age at first sexual intercourse.  Journal of Biosocial Science, 31, 43-54.

Miller, W.B., Pasta, D.J., MacMurray, J., Chiu, C., Wu, H., & Comings, D.E.  (1999).  Genetic influences on childbearing motivation:  A theoretical framework and some empirical evidence.  In L.J. Severy & W.B. Miller, (Eds.), Advances in population:  Psychosocial perspectives, Vol. 3 (pp. 53-102).  London:  Jessica Kingsley.

Rodgers, J.L., Rowe, D.C. & Miller, W.B.  (2000), Genetic influences on human fertility and sexuality:  Theoretical and empirical contributions from the biological and behavioral sciences.  Boston:  Kluwer.

Miller, W.B. & Pasta, D.J.  (2000).  Early family environment, reproductive strategy, and contraceptive behavior:  Testing a genetic hypothesis.  In:  J.L. Rodgers, D.C. Rowe, & W.B. Miller, (Eds.), Genetic influences on human fertility and sexuality:  Theoretical and empirical contributions from the biological and behavioral sciences (pp. 183-230).  Boston:  Kluwer.

Miller, W.B., Pasta, D.J., MacMurray, J., Muhleman, D., & Comings, D.E.   (2000).  Genetic influences on childbearing motivation:  Further testing a theoretical framework.  In:  J.L. Rodgers, D.C. Rowe, & W.B. Miller (Eds.), Genetic influences on human fertility and sexuality:  Theoretical and empirical contributions from the biological and behavioral sciences (pp. 35-66).  Boston:  Kluwer.

Pasta, D.J., & Miller, W.B.  (2000).  A heritability study of childbearing motivation.  In:  J.L. Rodgers, D.C. Rowe, & W.B. Miller (Eds.), Genetic influences on human fertility and sexuality:  Theoretical and empirical contributions from the biological and behavioral sciences (pp. 107-120).  Boston:  Kluwer.

Rodgers, J.L., Hughes, K., Kohler, H.-P., Christensen, K., Doughty, D., Rowe, D.C., & Miller, W.B.  (2001).  Genetic influence helps explain variation in human fertility: Evidence from recent behavioral and molecular genetic studies.  Current Directions in Psychological Science, 10, 184-188.

Miller, W.B. & Rodgers, J.L.  (2001).  The Ontogeny of Human Bonding Systems:  Evolutionary Origins, Neural Bases, and Psychological Manifestations.  Boston:  Kluwer.

Miller, W.B.  (2002).  The role of nurturant schemas in human reproduction.  In: J.L. Rodgers & H.-P. Kohler (Eds.), The Biodemography of Fertility (pp.43-55).  Boston:  Kluwer.

Miller, W.B., & Pasta, D.J.  (2002).  The motivational substrate of unintended and unwanted pregnancy.  Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research, 7, 1-29.

Miller, W.B., & Pasta, D.J.  (2002).  Motivational antecedents to contraceptive method change following a pregnancy scare:  A couple analysis.  Social Biology, 48, 256-277.

Miller, W.B., Feldman, S.S., & Pasta, D.J.  (2002).  The effect of the nurturant bonding system on child security of attachment and dependency.  Social Biology, 49, 125-159.

Miller, W.B., Severy, L.J., & Pasta, D.J.  (2004).  A framework for modeling fertility motivation in the dyad.  Population Studies, 58, 193-205.

Pezeshki, M.Z., Zeighami, B., & Miller, W.B.  (2005).  Measuring the childbearing motivation of couples referred to the Shiraz Health Center for premarital examinations.  Journal of Biosocial Science, 37, 37-53.

Miller, W.B. (2005).  Affiliative reward and the Ontogenetic Bonding System.  Commentary on R.A. Depue and J.V. Morrone-Strupinsky, A neurobehavioral model of affiliative bonding: Implications for conceptualizing a human trait of affiliation. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 28, 357-358.

Kohler, H.-P., Rodgers, J.L., Miller, W.B., Skytthe, A., and Christensen, K.  (2006).  Bio-social determinants of fertility.  International Journal of Andrology, 29, 46-53.

Rodgers, J.L., Bard, D.E., and Miller, W.B.  (2007).  Multivariate cholesky models of human female fertility patterns in the NLSY.  Behavior Genetics, 37, 345-361. 


Miller, W.B., Sable, M. R., & Csizmadia, A.  (2008).  Pregnancy Wantedness and Child Attachment Security: Is there a Relationship?  Journal of Maternal and Child Health, 8, 478-487.


Miller, W.B., Millstein, S.G., & Pasta, D.J. (2008).  The measurement of childbearing motivation in couples considering the use of assisted reproductive technology.  Social Biology, 54, 8-32.


Rodgers, J.L., Bard, D.E., Johnson, A., D’Onofrio, B., & Miller, W.B.  (2008). The cross-generational mother-daughter-aunt-niece design: Establishing validity of the MDAN design with NLSY fertility variables.  Behavior Genetics, 38, 567-578.


Miller, W.B., Sable, M.R., & Beckmeyer, J. (2009).  Preconception Motivation and Pregnancy Wantedness: Pathways to Toddler 
       Attachment Security.  Journal of Marriage and Family, 12, 478-487.


Miller, W.B. & Jones, J. (2009). The effects of preconception desires and intentions on pregnancy wantedness.   Journal of Population Research, 26, 327-357.


Miller, W.B., Bard, D.E., Pasta, D.J., & Rodgers, J.L.  (2010). Biodemographic modeling of the links between fertility motivation and fertility outcomes in the NLSY79. Demography, 47, 393-414.


Miller, W.B., Rodgers, J.L., & Pasta, D.J.  (2010).  The fertility motivations of youth predict later fertility outcomes: A prospective analysis of NLSY data.  Biodemography and Social Biology, 56, 1-23.


Miller, W.B. (2011).  Comparing the TPB and the T-D-I-B framework. Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2011, Vol. 9, 19-29.


Miller, W.B.  (2011).  Differences between fertility desires and intentions: implications for theory, research and policy.  Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2011, Vol. 9, 75-98.


Miller, W.B., Barber, J.A., & Gatny, H.H. (2013). The effects of ambivalent fertility desires on pregnancy risk in young women in the USA.  Population Studies, 67, 25-38.


Miller, W.B., Holden, A.E.C,, & Shain, R.N. (2014, March). The Effects of Intimate Relationship Motivations on Risk Behaviors for Sexually Transmitted Infections.  Retrieved from https://www.researchgate.net


Miller, W.B., Trent, M., & Chung, S.  (2014).  Ambivalent childbearing motivations: predicting condom use by urban, African-American, female youth.  J Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol, 3, 151-160.


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