Di Stasio, Maria, Robert Savage, and Giovani Burgos. 2016 (Accepted). “Social Comparison, Competition and Teacher-Student Relationships in Junior High School Classrooms Predicts Bullying and Victimization.” Journal of Adolescence
Trillo, Alex F., Giovani Burgos, and Michael Schwartz. 2016 (Accepted). “How Institutional Ties and Homeless Mothers Engage with Policy to Create Opportunities for Mobility.” Journal of Social Research and Policy.
Wright, Robin, Giovani Burgos, Amanda Krygsman, and Jaclyn Brown. 2015. “Methodological Constructs of Tracking Highly Mobile Participants.” Intervention - Quebec Journal of Social Workers.
Savage, Robert, Giovani Burgos, Eileen Wood, and Noella Piquette. 2015. “The Simple View of Reading as a Framework for National Literacy Initiatives: A Hierarchical Model of Pupil-Level and Classroom-Level Factors.” British Educational Research Journal.
De Jesús, Anthony, Giovani Burgos, Melissa Almenas, and William Vélez. 2014. “A Multilevel Analysis of Structural, Cultural, and Economic Factors Influencing Marriage Patterns of U.S. Puerto Ricans: Does Residential Segregation Matter?” Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment
Savage, Robert, Philip C Abrami, Noella Piquette, Eileen Wood, Gia Deleveaux, Sukhbinder Sanghera-Sidhu, and Giovani Burgos. 2013. “A (Pan-Canadian) Cluster Randomized Control Effectiveness Trial of the ABRACADABRA Web-Based Literacy Program.” Journal of Educational Psychology. 105 (2):310-328
Rivera, Fernando I. and Giovani Burgos. 2012. “A Review of Body Mass Index Reduction Interventions among Mexican Origin Latinos and Latinas.” California Journal of Health Promotion. 10:99-113.
Swiss, Liam, Kathleen Fallon, and Giovani Burgos. 2012. “Reaching A Critical Mass: Women’s Political Representation and Child Health in Developing Countries.” Social Forces. 91 (2):531-558.
Burgos, Giovani and Fernando Rivera. 2012. “Residential Segregation, Socioeconomic Status, and Disability: A Multilevel Study of Puerto Ricans in the United States.” Centro: Journal of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies. 24 (2).