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Kosterman R, Epstein M, Bailey JA, Hawkins JD.  2022.  Is e-cigarette use associated with better health and functioning among smokers approaching midlife? Drug & Alcohol Dependence. 234:109395.
Epstein M, Bailey JA, Kosterman R, Rhew IC, Furlong M, Oesterle S, McCabe SE.  2021.  E-cigarette use is associated with subsequent cigarette use among young adult nonsmokers, over and above a range of antecedent risk factors: A propensity score analysis. Addiction. 116:1224-1231.
Epstein M, Hill KG, Bailey JA, Hawkins JD.  2013.  The effect of general and drug-specific family environments on comorbid and drug-specific problem behavior: A longitudinal examination.. Dev Psychol. 49(6):1151-64.
Epstein M, Oesterle S, Haggerty KP.  2019.  Effectiveness of Facebook groups to boost participation in a parenting intervention. Prevention Science. 20:894-903.
Zatzick D, Rivara F, Jurkovich G, Russo J, Trusz SGeiss, Wang J, Wagner A, Stephens K, Dunn C, Uehara E et al..  2011.  Enhancing the population impact of collaborative care interventions: mixed method development and implementation of stepped care targeting posttraumatic stress disorder and related comorbidities after acute trauma.. Gen Hosp Psychiatry. 33(2):123-34.
Epstein M, Bailey JA, Kosterman R, Furlong M, Hill KG.  2020.  Evaluating the effect of retail marijuana legalization on parent marijuana use frequency and norms in U.S. states with retail marijuana legalization. Addictive Behaviors. 111:106564.
Walker DD, Neighbors C, Mbilinyi LF, O'Rourke A, Zegree J, Roffman RA, Edleson JL.  2010.  Evaluating the impact of intimate partner violence on the perpetrator: the Perceived Consequences of Domestic Violence Questionnaire.. J Interpers Violence. 25(9):1684-98.
Elliott DS, Buckley PR, Gottfredson DC, Hawkins JD, Tolan PH.  2020.  Evidence-based juvenile justice programs and practices: A critical review. Criminology and Public Policy. 19:1305-1328.