This is a list of articles, chapters, and commentaries written by PPSI scientists and collaborators from other research institutions.
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From the macro to the micro: A geographic examination of the community context and early adolescent problem behaviors. American Journal Of Community Psychology, 48(3-4), 352-364.(2011).
Examining the highs and lows of the collaborative relationship between technical assistance providers and prevention implementers. Prevention Science, 19(2), 250-259. Retrieved from http://link.springer.com/10.1007/s11121-017-0812-2(2018).
The Community Substance Use Environment: The Development and Predictive Ability of a Multi-method and Multiple-reporter Measure. Journal Of Community And Applied Social Psychology, 20(1), 57-71.(2010).
Universal prevention exposure as a moderator of the community context: Findings from the PROSPER project. American Journal Of Community Psychology, 57(1-2), 8-19.(2016).
The importance of the community context in the epidemiology of early adolescent substance use and delinquency in a rural sample. American Journal Of Community Psychology, 44(3-4), 287-301.(2009).
Understanding the link between social organization and crime in rural communities. Journal Of Rural And Community Development, 10(1), 109-127. Retrieved from http://journals.brandonu.ca/jrcd/article/view/980/221(2015).
Community readiness as a multidimensional construct. Journal Of Community Psychology, 35(3), 347-365.(2007).
A multi-level examination of how the organizational context relates to readiness to implement prevention and evidence-based programming in community settings. Evaluation And Program Planning, 48, 63-74.(2015).
The impact of a prevention delivery system on perceived social capital: The PROSPER project. Prevention Science, 15(2), 125-137.(2014).
The power of a collaborative relationship between technical assistance providers and community prevention teams: A correlational and longitudinal study. Evaluation And Program Planning, 54, 19-29.(2016).