Ausherman, J. (2013). Health Education, Informal . Wiley, David C., Cory, Amy C. (Eds.). Encyclopedia of  School Health. Thousand  Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc.

Ausherman, J. (2013). Promoting healthy eating: Economic strategies. Wiley, David C., Cory, Amy C. (Eds.). Encyclopedia of School Health. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc

Ausherman, J. (2013). School Nutrition Policies: Access to Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Wiley, David C., Cory, Amy C.(Eds.). Encyclopedia of School Health. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc.

Ubbes, V.A., Black, J.M., & Ausherman, J.A. (2010). Teaching for understanding in health education: The role of critical and creative thinking skills within constructivism theory. In Black, J.M., Furney, S.R., Graf, H.M. & Nolte, A.E. (Eds.). Philosophical foundations of health education (94-107). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Black, J.M. & Ausherman, J.A. (2008, December). "Health Education Centers Curriculum Alignment Project," Practice Notes: Strategies in Health Education, Health Education & Behavior, 35(6), 746-747.

Ausherman, J. A , Black, J. M., Rafiroiu, C. A., and Kandakai, T (2006).  Illegal and Self-Destructive Behavioral Outcomes of Urban College Students Alcohol Use. Journal of Health Studies  21(1-2).

Black, J. M., Ausherman, J. A., Kandakai, T. L., Lam, E. T. C., & Jurjevic, S. (2004).  Urban University Student Knowledge of Alcohol and Drinking. Journal of Health Studies ,

Lam, E. T. C., Black, J. M., Little, K. D., Ausherman, J. A., Rafiroiu, C. A.  (2002, October).  The Effects of Exercise on  Birth-Weight: A Meta-Analysis. Journal of Health Studies,18(1): 38-44.

Ausherman, J.A. & Ubbes, V. A. (2002). Using a National Literacy Program for a Service-Learning Project: Preservice Teachers Make a Difference.  Service Learning Research K-16: Innovation and Charge in American Education. In Aquila, F. (Ed.), Service-learning research K-16: Innovation and change in American education.  Cleveland, OH: Cleveland State University.

Ausherman, J.A., Welshimer, K.J., & Black. J.M. (1999).  Female Genital Mutilation: What Health Educators Should Know. Journal of Health Education, 30(4): 222-228

Ausherman, J.A. & Black, J.M. (1999). Assessing Health Literacy: Teacher Training Workshop for Portfolio Assessment. Practice Notes: Strategies in Health Education, Health Education Quarterly, 26(1): 9-11.

Ubbes, V.A., Black, J.M., & Ausherman, J.A. (1999). The  Role of Constructing Knowledge and Understanding in Health Education: Critical and Creative Thinking Skills. Journal of Health Education, 30(2): 67-72.

Ubbes, V.A.; Cottrell, R.; Ausherman, J.A.; Black, J.M.; Wilson, P.; & Snider, J. (1999) Professional Preparation of Elementary Teachers in Ohio Colleges and Universities: Status of K-6 Health Education.  Journal of School Health, 69(2): 17-21.

Ausherman, J.A., Black, J.M., & Griffin, T.B. (Fall/Winter October 1997).  Chlamydia Knowledge Assessment and Sexual Practices of Urban University Students. Future Focus,  23-26.

Black, J.M., & Ausherman, J.A. (Fall/Winter October 1997).  Planning Teacher Training  for Portfolio Assessment: An Update on Health Literacy.  Future Focus, 15-18.

Ausherman, J.A. (1996). SHEA Report: SHEA Breakfast of Champions in the Olympic Spirit.HIV Prevention & CSHE Project Newsletter, 2(3):3.

Ausherman, J.A. (1995).  Exploring & Expanding Your Perceptions. In E.I. Doyle (Ed), Directory of Teaching Strategies for Cultural Diversity in Health Education.  Texas Women's University Publishing, 20-21.

Ausherman, J.A. (1995). A Report to Ohio Schools: Recommendations and Selected Results of the Ohio Youth Risk Behavior Survey.  In E. A. Randolfi and & V. Ubbes (Eds). Future Focus, 14(2): Special Insert i-xii.

Ausherman, J.A., White, D. M., & Chenier, T. C.,  (1990). Junior High Health Teachers' Knowledge and Attitudes About Aging and the Implementation of Aging Education. Educational Gerontology, 17(4): 391-401.

Figueroa, E., Kolasa, K. M., Horner, R. D., Murphy, M., Dent, M., Ausherman, J., & Irons, T. G. (1990). Attitudes, Knowledge,and Training of Medical Residents Regarding Adolescent Health Issues, Journal of Adolescent Health, 12: 443-449.