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Haggerty KP, Skinner ML, McGlynn-Wright A, Catalano RF, Crutchfield RD.  2013.  Parent and peer predictors of violent behavior of Black and White teens.. Violence Vict. 28(1):145-60.
Mason WA, January S-AA, Fleming CB, Thompson RW, Parra GR, Haggerty KP, Snyder JJ.  2016.  Parent training to reduce problem behaviors over the transition to high school: Tests of indirect effects through improved emotion regulation skills. Child Youth Serv Rev. 61:176-183.
Guttmannova K, Hill KG, Bailey JA, Hartigan LA, Small CM, Hawkins JD.  2017.  Parental alcohol use, parenting, and child on-time development. Infant and Child Development. 26:e2013.
Scheuer H, Kuklinski MR, Sterling SA, Catalano RF, Beck A, Braciszewski J, Boggs J, Hawkins JD, Loree AM, Weisner C et al..  2022.  Parent-focused prevention of adolescent health risk behavior: Study protocol for a multisite cluster-randomized trial implemented in pediatric primary care. Contemporary Clinical Trials. 112:106621.
Scheuer H, Kuklinski MR, Sterling SA, Catalano RF, Beck A, Braciszewski J, Boggs J, Hawkins JD, Loree AM, Weisner C et al..  2022.  Parent-focused prevention of adolescent health risk behavior: Study protocol for a multisite cluster-randomized trial implemented in pediatric primary care. Contemporary Clinical Trials. 112:106621.
Scheuer H, Kuklinski MR, Sterling SA, Catalano RF, Beck A, Braciszewski J, Boggs J, Hawkins JD, Loree AM, Weisner C et al..  2022.  Parent-focused prevention of adolescent health risk behavior: Study protocol for a multisite cluster-randomized trial implemented in pediatric primary care. Contemporary Clinical Trials. 112:106621.
Stappenbeck CA, Norris J, Kiekel PA, Morrison DM, George WH, Davis KCue, Zawacki T, Jacques-Tiura AJ, Abdallah DAlisa.  2013.  Patterns of alcohol use and expectancies predict sexual risk taking among non-problem drinking women.. J Stud Alcohol Drugs. 74(2):223-32.
Hill KG, Hawkins JD, Bailey JA, Catalano RF, Abbott RD, Shapiro VB.  2010.  Person-environment interaction in the prediction of alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence in adulthood.. Drug Alcohol Depend. 110(1-2):62-9.
Kosterman R, Mason WA, Haggerty KP, Hawkins JD, Spoth R, Redmond C.  2011.  Positive childhood experiences and positive adult functioning: Prosocial continuity and the role of adolescent substance use.. J Adolesc Health. 49(2):180-6.
Shirtcliff EA, Skinner ML, Obasi EM, Haggerty KP.  2017.  Positive parenting predicts cortisol functioning six years later in young adults. Developmental Science. 20:e12461.
Shirtcliff EA, Skinner ML, Obasi EM, Haggerty KP.  2017.  Positive parenting predicts cortisol functioning six years later in young adults. Developmental Science. 20:e12461.
Hinson L, Kapungu C, Jessee C, Skinner M, Bardini M, Evans-Whipp T.  2016.  Positive youth development measurement toolkit. A practical guide for implementers of youth programs.
Catalano RF, Skinner ML, Alvarado G, Kapungu C, Reavley N, Patton GC, Jessee C, Plaut D, Moss C, Bennett K et al..  2019.  Positive youth development programs in low- and middle-income countries: A conceptual framework and systematic review of efficacy. Journal of Adolescent Health. 65:15-31.
Catalano RF, Skinner ML, Alvarado G, Kapungu C, Reavley N, Patton GC, Jessee C, Plaut D, Moss C, Bennett K et al..  2019.  Positive youth development programs in low- and middle-income countries: A conceptual framework and systematic review of efficacy. Journal of Adolescent Health. 65:15-31.
Catalano RF, Skinner ML, Alvarado G, Kapungu C, Reavley N, Patton GC, Jessee C, Plaut D, Moss C, Bennett K et al..  2019.  Positive youth development programs in low- and middle-income countries: A conceptual framework and systematic review of efficacy. Journal of Adolescent Health. 65:15-31.
Catalano RF, Skinner ML, Alvarado G, Kapungu C, Reavley N, Patton GC, Jessee C, Plaut D, Moss C, Bennett K et al..  2019.  Positive youth development programs in low- and middle-income countries: A conceptual framework and systematic review of efficacy. Journal of Adolescent Health. 65:15-31.
Epstein M, Bailey JA, Steeger CM, Hill KG, Skinner ML.  2018.  Predictors of adult marijuana use among parents and nonparents. Prevention Science. 19:109-116.
Epstein M, Bailey JA, Steeger CM, Hill KG, Skinner ML.  2018.  Predictors of adult marijuana use among parents and nonparents. Prevention Science. 19:109-116.
Heerde JA, Bailey JA, McMorris BJ, Patton GC, Sawyer SM, Toumbourou JW.  2024.  Predictors of housing insecurity in young adulthood. Emerging Adulthood. 12(4):609-617.
Blevins CE, Banes KE, Stephens RS, Walker DD, Roffman RA.  2016.  A preliminary evaluation of synthetic cannabinoid use among adolescent cannabis users: Characteristics and treatment outcomes.. Addict Behav. 63:114-9.
Simoni JM, Chen W-T, Huh D, Fredriksen-Goldsen KI, Pearson C, Zhao H, Shiu C-S, Wang X, Zhang F.  2011.  A preliminary randomized controlled trial of a nurse-delivered medication adherence intervention among HIV-positive outpatients initiating antiretroviral therapy in Beijing, China.. AIDS Behav. 15(5):919-29.
Simoni JM, Chen W-T, Huh D, Fredriksen-Goldsen KI, Pearson C, Zhao H, Shiu C-S, Wang X, Zhang F.  2011.  A preliminary randomized controlled trial of a nurse-delivered medication adherence intervention among HIV-positive outpatients initiating antiretroviral therapy in Beijing, China.. AIDS Behav. 15(5):919-29.
Hooyman NR, Mahoney K, Sciegaj M.  2013.  Preparing social workers with person-centered and participant-directed services for the changing aging and disability network.. J Gerontol Soc Work. 56(7):573-9.
Alegría M, Fortuna LR, Lin JY, Norris FH, Gao S, Takeuchi DT, Jackson JS, Shrout PE, Valentine A.  2013.  Prevalence, risk, and correlates of posttraumatic stress disorder across ethnic and racial minority groups in the United States.. Med Care. 51(12):1114-23.
Scheier LM, Catalano RF, Winters KC.  2020.  Prevention of substance use and substance use disorders. Clinical manual of youth addictive disorders, 2nd Ed.. :25-50.