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Noel M., Alberts N., Langer S.L, Levy R.L, Walker L.S, Palermo T.M.  2016.  The Sensitivity to Change and Responsiveness of the Adult Responses to Children's Symptoms in Children and Adolescents With Chronic Pain. Journal of pediatric psychology. 41:350-362.
Norris J, Kiekel PA, Morrison DM, Davis KCue, George WH, Zawacki T, Abdallah DAlisa, Jacques-Tiura AJ, Stappenbeck CA.  2013.  How Do Alcohol and Relationship Type Affect Women's Risk Judgment of Partners with Differing Risk Histories? Psychol Women Q. 37(2):209-223.
Northwest Prevention Technology Transfer Center.  2019.  2019 Workforce Needs Assessment results.
Nurius PS, Macy RJ, Nwabuzor I, Holt VL.  2011.  Intimate partner survivors' help-seeking and protection efforts: a person-oriented analysis.. J Interpers Violence. 26(3):539-66.
Nurius PS, Logan-Greene P, Green S.  2012.  Adverse childhood experiences (ACE) within a social disadvantage framework: distinguishing unique, cumulative, and moderated contributions to adult mental health.. J Prev Interv Community. 40(4):278-90.
Nurius PS, Uehara E, Zatzick DF.  2013.  Intersection of Stress, Social Disadvantage, and Life Course Processes: Reframing Trauma and Mental Health.. Am J Psychiatr Rehabil. 16(2):91-114.
Nurius PS, Macy RJ.  2010.  Person-oriented methods in partner violence research: distinct biopsychosocial profiles among battered women.. J Interpers Violence. 25(6):1064-93.
Nurius PS, Prince DM, Rocha A.  2015.  Cumulative Disadvantage and Youth Well-Being: A Multi-Domain Examination with Life Course Implications.. Child Adolesc Social Work J. 32(6):567-576.
Nurius PS, Green S, Logan-Greene P, Longhi D, Song C.  2016.  Stress pathways to health inequalities: Embedding ACEs within social and behavioral contexts.. Int Public Health J. 8(2):241-256.
Nurius PS, Macy RJ.  2008.  Heterogeneity among violence-exposed women: applying person-oriented research methods.. J Interpers Violence. 23(3):389-415.
Nurius PS, Green S, Logan-Greene P, Borja S.  2015.  Life course pathways of adverse childhood experiences toward adult psychological well-being: A stress process analysis.. Child Abuse Negl. 45:143-53.
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Oesterle S, Bailey JA, Catalano RF, Epstein M, Evans-Whipp TJ, Toumbourou JW.  2023.  Alcohol-tolerant workplace environments are a risk factor for young adult alcohol misuse on and off the job in Australia and the United States. Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 20(18):6725.
Oesterle S, Epstein M, Haggerty KP, Moreno MA.  2018.  Using Facebook to recruit parents to participate in a family program to prevent teen drug use. Prevention Science. 19:559-569.
Oesterle S, Hawkins JD, Hill KG.  2011.  Men's and women's pathways to adulthood and associated substance misuse.. J Stud Alcohol Drugs. 72(5):763-73.
Oesterle S, Hawkins JD, Hill KG, Bailey JA.  2010.  Men’s and women’s pathways to adulthood and their adolescent precursors. J Marriage Fam. 72(5):1436-1453.
Oesterle S, Hawkins JD, Fagan AA, Abbott RD, Catalano RF.  2014.  Variation in the sustained effects of the Communities That Care prevention system on adolescent smoking, delinquency, and violence.. Prev Sci. 15(2):138-45.
Oesterle S, Hawkins JD, Fagan AA, Abbott RD, Catalano RF.  2010.  Testing the universality of the effects of the communities that care prevention system for preventing adolescent drug use and delinquency.. Prev Sci. 11(4):411-23.
Oesterle S, Kuklinski MR, Hawkins JD, Skinner ML, Guttmannova K, Rhew IC.  2018.  Long-term effects of the Communities That Care trial on substance use, antisocial behavior, and violence through age 21 years. American Journal of Public Health. 108:659-665.
Oesterle S, Hawkins JD, Steketee M, Jonkman H, Brown EC, Moll M, Haggerty KP.  2012.  A cross-national comparison of risk and protective factors for adolescent drug use and delinquency in the United States and the Netherlands. J Drug Issues. 42(4):337-357.
Oxford ML, Lee JO.  2011.  The effect of family processes on school achievement as moderated by socioeconomic context.. J Sch Psychol. 49(5):597-612.