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2016
Haggerty KP, Klima T, Skinner ML, Catalano RF, Barkan SE.  2016.  Staying Connected with Your Teen® and the promise of self-directed prevention programs. Family-based prevention programs for children and adolescents: Theory, research, and large-scale dissemination. :209-228.
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.
Gloppen KM, Brown EC, Wagenaar BH, Hawkins JD, Rhew IC, Oesterle S.  2016.  Sustaining adoption of science-based prevention through Communities That Care. Journal of Community Psychology. 44:78-89.
Samek DR, Bailey JA, Hill KG, Wilson S, Lee S, Keyes MA, Epstein M, Smolen A, Miller M, Winters KC et al..  2016.  A test-replicate approach to candidate gene research on addiction and externalizing disorders: A collaboration across five longitudinal studies. Behavior Genetics. 46:608-626.
Whittaker JK, Holmes L, Del Valle JF, Ainsworth F, Andreassen T, Anglin J, Bellonci C, Berridge D, Bravo A, Canali C et al..  2016.  Therapeutic Residential Care for Children and Youth: A Consensus Statement of the International Work Group on Therapeutic Residential Care. Residential Treatment for Children & Youth. 33(2):89-106.
Epstein M, Hill KG, Roe SS, Bailey JA, Iacono WG, McGue M, Kristman-Valente A, Catalano RF, Haggerty KP.  2016.  Time-varying effects of families and peers on adolescent marijuana use: Person-environment interactions across development.. Dev Psychopathol. :1-14.
Jones TM, Hill KG, Epstein M, Lee JO, Hawkins JD, Catalano RF.  2016.  Understanding the interplay of individual and social-developmental factors in the progression of substance use and mental health from childhood to adulthood. Development and Psychopathology special issue: Longitudinal Transactional Models of Development and Psychopathology. 28:721-741.
Salazar AM, Haggerty KP, de Haan B, Catalano RF, Vann T, Vinson J, Lansing M.  2016.  Using Communities That Care for community child maltreatment prevention.. Am J Orthopsychiatry. 86(2):144-55.
2015
Gross TJ, Mason WA, Parra G, Oats R, Ringle J, Haggerty KP.  2015.  Adherence and dosage contributions to parenting program quality. J Soc Social Work Res. 6(4):467-489.
Borja S, Nurius P, J Eddy M.  2015.  Adversity Across the Life Course of Incarcerated Parents: Gender Differences.. J Forensic Soc Work. 5(1-3):167-185.
Gross TJ, Fleming CB, Mason WA, Haggerty KP.  2015.  Alabama Parenting Questionnaire-9: Longitudinal measurement invariance across parents and youth during the transition to high school. Assessment.
Berger RP, Parks S, Fromkin J, Rubin P, Pecora PJ.  2015.  Assessing the accuracy of the International Classification of Diseases codes to identify abusive head trauma: a feasibility study.. Inj Prev. 21(e1):e133-7.
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.
Budney AJ, Stanger C, J Tilford M, Scherer EB, Brown PC, Li Z, Li Z, Walker DD.  2015.  Computer-assisted behavioral therapy and contingency management for cannabis use disorder.. Psychol Addict Behav. 29(3):501-11.
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.
Logan-Greene P, Nurius PS, Hooven C, Thompson EAdams.  2015.  Life Course Associations between Victimization and Aggression: Distinctive and Cumulative Contributions.. Child Adolesc Social Work J. 32(3):269-279.
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.
Haggerty KP, Skinner ML, Catalano RF, Abbott RD, Crutchfield RD.  2015.  Long-term effects of staying connected with your teen® on drug use frequency at age 20.. Prev Sci. 16(4):538-49.
Walker DD, Stephens RS, Towe S, Banes K, Roffman R.  2015.  Maintenance Check-ups Following Treatment for Cannabis Dependence.. J Subst Abuse Treat. 56:11-5.
Fleming CB, Mason WA, Haggerty KP, Thompson RW, Fernandez K, Casey-Goldstein M, Oats RG.  2015.  Predictors of participation in parenting workshops for improving adolescent behavioral and mental health: Results from the Common Sense Parenting trial.. J Prim Prev. 36(2):105-18.
Kemp SP, Nurius PS.  2015.  Preparing Emerging Doctoral Scholars for Transdisciplinary Research: A Developmental Approach.. J Teach Soc Work. 35(1-2):131-150.
Mason WA, Fleming CB, Ringle JL, Thompson RW, Haggerty KP, Snyder JJ.  2015.  Reducing risks for problem behaviors during the high school transition: Proximal outcomes in the Common Sense Parenting trial. J Child Fam Stud. 24(9):2568-2578.
Mason WA, Hanson K, Fleming CB, Ringle JL, Haggerty KP.  2015.  Washington State recreational marijuana legalization: parent and adolescent perceptions, knowledge, and discussions in a sample of low-income families.. Subst Use Misuse. 50(5):541-5.