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Conner KO, Copeland VCarr, Grote NK, Rosen D, Albert S, McMurray ML, Reynolds CF, Brown C, Koeske G.  2010.  Barriers to treatment and culturally endorsed coping strategies among depressed African-American older adults.. Aging Ment Health. 14(8):971-83.
Chi N.C, Demiris G., Lewis F.M, Walker A.J, Langer S.L.  2015.  Behavioral and Educational Interventions to Support Family Caregivers in End-of-Life Care: A Systematic Review. The American Journal of Hospice & Palliative Care.
Gong F, Xu J, Takeuchi DT.  2012.  Beyond conventional socioeconomic status: examining subjective and objective social status with self-reported health among Asian immigrants.. J Behav Med. 35(4):407-19.
Doorenbos AZ, Gordon DB, Tauben D, Palisoc J, Drangsholt M, Lindhorst T, Danielson J, Spector J, Ballweg R, Vorvick L et al..  2013.  A blueprint of pain curriculum across prelicensure health sciences programs: one NIH Pain Consortium Center of Excellence in Pain Education (CoEPE) experience.. J Pain. 14(12):1533-8.
Larimer ME, Neighbors C, Lostutter TW, Whiteside U, Cronce JM, Kaysen D, Walker DD.  2012.  Brief motivational feedback and cognitive behavioral interventions for prevention of disordered gambling: a randomized clinical trial.. Addiction. 107(6):1148-58.
J Hawkins D.  2010.  Broadening understanding of the long-term effects of risk- and protection-focused prevention on the public health: lessons from nurse-family partnerships.. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 164(1):92-4.
Lehavot K, Huh D, Walters KL, King KM, Andrasik MP, Simoni JM.  2011.  Buffering effects of general and medication-specific social support on the association between substance use and HIV medication adherence.. AIDS Patient Care STDS. 25(3):181-9.
Kim MJung, Catalano RF, Haggerty KP, Abbott RD.  2011.  Bullying at elementary school and problem behaviour in young adulthood: a study of bullying, violence and substance use from age 11 to age 21.. Crim Behav Ment Health. 21(2):136-44.