Nash, D.A. Money in Tension with Ethics. Pediatric Dentistry 2017;39(7):431-433.
Nash, D.A. Translating Neuroscience Research to Oral Medicine: Oxytocin and Human Behavior. Oral Diseases 2015;21(7):913-917.
Nash, D.A., Challenging the Article “Do Early Dental Visits Reduce Treatment and Treatment Costs for Children”, by Nowak, et al.: A Letter to the Editor. Pediatric Dentistry 2015;32(4):324.
Yepes, J.F., Bush, H.M., Li, Hsin-Fang, Talbert, J., Nash, D.A. Antenatal and Intrapartum Risk Factors for Use of Emergency and Restorative Medicaid Dental Services for Children. Pediatric Dentistry 36:405-410.
Mathu-Muju, K.R., Li, H-F., Hicks, J., Nash, D.A., Kaplan, A., Bush, H.M. Identifying Demographic Variables Related to Failed Dental Appointments in a University Hospital-Based Residency Program. Pediatric Dentistry 2014;36:296-301.
Jain, C, Mathu-Muju, K, Nash, DA, Bush, HM, Hsin-Fang, L, Nash, PJ. Parental Compliance with Instructions to Remain Silent in the Dental Operatory,Pediatric Dentistry 2013;35:47-51.
Chicka, M, JB Dembo, KR Mathu-Muju, DA Nash, HM Bush. Adverse Events during Pediatric Dental Anesthesia: A study of Closed Malpractice Claims,Pediatric Dentistry 2013;34:231-238.
Barker, AM, KR Mathu-Muju, DA Nash, HM Bush. Practice Patterns of General Dentists Treating Children in Kentucky: Implications for Access to Care,Pediatric Dentistry 2012;34:220-225.
Bowen, JL, KR Mathu-Muju, DA Nash, HM Bush, HF Li, KB Chance. Pediatric and General Dentists’ Attitudes toward Pulp Therapy for Primary Teeth, Pediatric Dentistry 2012;34:210-215.
Slonkosky, P. W., Nash, D. A., Mathu-Muju, K. R, Haney, C.A., Bush, H. M. A Practice Profile of Board-Certified Pediatric Dentists upon Characteristics of the Dental Home. Pediatric Dentistry 2009;31:389-397.
Kleinert, H., Sanders, C.B., Mink, J.R., Nash, D.A., Johnson, J., Boyd, S, Challman, S., Improving Student Dentist Competencies and Perception of Difficulty in Delivering Care to Children with Developmental Disabilities Using a Virtual Patient Module,” Journal of Dental Education 2007;71:279-286.
Nash, D.A. Engaging Children’s Cooperation in the Dental Environment through Effective Communication, Pediatric Dentistry 2006;28:455-459.
Gibson, T. and Nash, D.A. Practice Patterns of Board-Certified Pediatric Dentists: Frequency and Method of ‘Cleaning’ Children’s Teeth, Pediatric Dentistry 2004;26:17-22.
Nash, D. A. Does Prevention Pay? Pediatric Dentistry 2002;24:197-198.
Stark, L. J., Allen, K., Hurst, M., Nash, D. A. Distraction: Its Utilization and Efficacy with Children Undergoing Dental Treatment, Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 1989;22:297-307.
Ingersoll, B.D. Nash, D.A., Gamber, C. The Use of Contingent Audiotaped Material with Pediatric Dental Patients, Journal of the American Dental Association2004;109:717-719.
Ingersoll, B. D., Nash, D. A., Blount, R. L., and Gamber, C. Distraction and Contingent Reinforcement with Pediatric Dental Patients, Journal of Dentistry for Children 1984;51:203-207.
Nash, D. A. The Nickel Chromium Crown for Restoring Posterior Primary Teeth, Journal of American Dental Association 1981;102:44-49.
Nash, D. A. and Musselman, R., Curriculum Guidelines for Pedodontics: A Report, Pediatric Dentistry 1980;2:221-227.