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Adolescent peer networks and the potential for the diffusion of intervention effects. Prevention Science, 16(1), 133-144.(2015).
An adolescent substance prevention model blocks the effect of CHRNA5 genotype on smoking during high school. Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 18(2), 212-220.(2016).
Alcohol initiation outcomes of universal family-focused preventive interventions: One- and two-year follow-ups of a controlled study. Journal Of Studies On Alcohol, Supplement 13, 103-111.(1999).
An alternative method for sample size determination in substance misuse prevention research. International Journal Of The Addictions, 28(11), 1085-1094.(1993).
American Indian alcohol prevention research: A community advocate's perspective. In The Challenge of Participatory Research : Preventing Alcohol-related Problems in Ethnic Communities (CSAP Cultural Competence Series 3) (pp. 259-277). Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Retrieved from http://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015042083850;view=1up;seq=5(1995).
Analyzing data from experimental studies: A latent variable structural equation modeling approach. Journal Of Counseling Psychology, 45(1), 18-29.(1998).
Applying readily accessible graphical techniques to assess curvilinear relationships and detect outliers. The case of protective family processes. Evaluation And The Health Professions, 20(3), 353-364.(1997).
The article establishing a common language: The meaning of research-based and evidence-based programming (in the Human Sciences) . The Journal For Extension Professionals (Joe), 55(6). Retrieved from https://www.joe.org/joe/2017december/a2.php(2017).
Assertiveness among young rural adolescents: Relationship to alcohol use. Journal Of Child And Adolescent Substance Abuse, 14(3), 39-68.(2005).
Assessing a public health approach to delay onset and progression of adolescent substance use: Latent transition and log-linear analyses of longitudinal family preventive intervention outcomes. Journal Of Consulting And Clinical Psychology, 67(5), 619-630.(1999).
Assessing the benefits of a parenting skills training program: A theoretical approach to predicting direct and moderating effects. Family Relations, 48(1), 67-77.(1999).
Associations between alcohol dehydrogenase genes and alcohol use across early and middle adolescence: Moderation × Preventive interventionAbstract. Development And Psychopathology, 30(01), 297-313. Retrieved from https://www.cambridge.org/core/product/identifier/S0954579417000633/type/journal_article(2018).
Barriers to participation in family skills preventive interventions and their evaluations: A replication and extension. Family Relations, 45(3), 247-254.(1996).
Benefits of universal intervention effects on a youth protective shield 10 years after baseline. Journal Of Adolescent Health, 50(4), 414-417.(2012).
Brief family intervention effects on adolescent substance initiation: School-level growth curve analyses 6 years following baseline. Journal Of Consulting And Clinical Psychology, 72(3), 535-542.(2004).
Can mindful parenting be observed? Relations between observational ratings of mother-youth interactions and mothers' self-report of mindful parenting. Journal Of Family Psychology, 29(2), 276-282.(2015).
The Capable Families and Youth Project: Extension-university-community partnerships. Journal Of Extension, 39(3). Retrieved from http://www.joe.org/joe/2001june/a6.php(2001).
Cascading effects of interparental conflict in adolescence: Linking threat appraisals, self-efficacy, and adjustment. Development And Psychopathology, 27(Special Issue 01), 239-252.(2015).
Challenges in defining and developing the field of rural mental disorder preventive intervention research. American Journal Of Community Psychology, 25(4), 425-448. Retrieved from http://link.springer.com/journal/10464/25/4/page/1(1997).
Community and team member factors that influence the early phase functioning of community prevention teams: The PROSPER project. Journal Of Primary Prevention, 28(6), 485-504.(2007).
Community and team member factors that influence the operations phase of local prevention teams: The PROSPER project. Prevention Science, 8(3), 214-226.(2007).
The community epidemiology of underage drinking: Variation across communities in relations of risk to alcohol use. Prevention Science, 13(6), 551-561.(2012).
Community readiness as a multidimensional construct. Journal Of Community Psychology, 35(3), 347-365.(2007).
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).
Competency Training: The Strengthening Families Program for Parents and Youth 10‑14. OJJDP Family Strengthening Series, Juvenile Justice Bulletin, 11 pages. Washington, DC: U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. Retrieved from https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/ojjdp/182208.pdf(2000).
The conditioning of intervention effects on early adolescent alcohol use by maternal involvement and dopamine receptor D4 (DRD4) and serotonin transporter linked polymorphic region (5-HTTLPR) genetic variants. Development And Psychopathology, 27(Special Issue 01), 51-67.(2015).
Consumer-focused data collection in prevention program evaluation: Rationale and illustrations. Evaluation And The Health Professions, 16(3), 278-294.(1993).
A controlled parenting skills outcome study examining individual difference and attendance effects. Journal Of Marriage And The Family, 57(2), 449-464.(1995).
Culturally competent substance abuse prevention research among rural Native American communities. In Rural Substance Abuse: State of Knowledge and Issues. NIDA Research Monograph 168 (pp. 459-483). Rockville, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse. Retrieved from https://archives.drugabuse.gov/pdf/monographs/monograph168/459-483_Stubben.pdf(1997).
Dating and substance use in adolescent peer networks: A replication and extension. Addiction, 108(3), 638-647.(2013).
Delinquency and peer acceptance in adolescence: A within-person test of Moffitt's hypotheses. Developmental Psychology, 50(11), 2437-2448.(2014).
Delinquency and the structure of adolescent peer groups. Criminology, 49(1), 95-127.(2011).
Delinquent-oriented attitudes mediate the relation between parental inconsistent discipline and early adolescent behavior. Journal Of Family Psychology, 27(2), 293-302.(2013).
Developmental differences in early adolescent aggression: A gene × environment × intervention analysis. Journal Of Youth And Adolescence, 44(3), 581-597.(2015).
A developmental perspective on young adult romantic relationships: Examining family and individual factors in adolescence. Journal Of Youth And Adolescence, 47(7), 1499-1516. Retrieved from https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10964-018-0815-8(2018).
Different kinds of lonely: Dimensions of isolation and substance use in adolescence. Journal Of Youth And Adolescence, 47(8), 1755-1770. Retrieved from https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10964-018-0860-3(2018).
Differential susceptibility: The genetic moderation of peer pressure on alcohol use. Journal Of Youth And Adolescence, 44(10), 1841-1853. Retrieved from https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007%2Fs10964-015-0344-7.pdf(2015).
Diffusion of intervention effects: The impact of a family-based substance use prevention program on friends of participants. Journal Of Adolescent Health, 57(4), 433-440.(2015).
Dimensions of adolescent alcohol involvement as predictors of young-adult major depression. Journal Of Studies On Alcohol And Drugs, 69(2), 275-285.(2008).
Direct and indirect latent-variable parenting outcomes of two universal family-focused preventive interventions: Extending a public health-oriented research base. Journal Of Consulting And Clinical Psychology, 66(2), 385-399.(1998).
Do peers' parents matter? A new link between positive parenting and adolescent substance use. Journal Of Studies On Alcohol And Drugs, 73(3), 423-433.(2012).
The double standard at sexual debut: Gender, sexual behavior and adolescent peer acceptance. Sex Roles, 75(7-8), 377-392.(2016).
A dyadic approach to understanding the relationship of maternal knowledge of youths' activities to youths' problem behavior among rural adolescents. Journal Of Youth And Adolescence, 40(9), 1178-91.(2011).
Dynamic associations of network isolation and smoking behavior. Network Science, 5(3 (Network and Health), 257-277.(2017).
Early sexual initiation and mental health: A fleeting association or enduring change?. Journal Of Research On Adolescence, 27(3), 611-627.(2017).
Economic analysis of methamphetamine prevention effects and employer costs. Journal Of Studies On Alcohol And Drugs, 72(4), 577-585.(2011).
Effective recruitment of parents into family-focused prevention research: A comparison of two strategies. Psychology And Health, 9(5), 353-370.(1994).
Effects of a preventive intervention on adolescent substance use initiation, expectancies, and refusal intentions. Prevention Science, 4(2), 109-122.(2003).
Effects of a preventive parent-training intervention on observed family interactions: Proximal outcomes from Preparing for the Drug Free Years. Journal Of Community Psychology, 25(4), 337-352.(1997).
Effects of adolescent universal substance misuse preventive interventions on young adult depression symptoms: Mediational modeling. Journal Of Abnormal Child Psychology, 44(2), 257-268.(2016).
The effects of incentives and research requirements on participation rates for a community-based preventive intervention research study. The Journal Of Primary Prevention, 24(1), 25-41.(2003).
Effects of parent-child affective quality during high school years on subsequent substance use. International Journal Of Emotional Education, 4(1), 25-42. Retrieved from http://www.enseceurope.org/journal/Papers/ENSECV4I1P2.pdf(2012).
Effects of parenting and deviant peers on early to mid-adolescent conduct problems. Journal Of Abnormal Child Psychology, 40(8), 1249-1264.(2012).
Effects of PROSPER on the influence potential of prosocial versus antisocial youth in adolescent friendship networks. Journal Of Adolescent Health, 53(2), 174-179.(2013).
Effects of the "Preparing for the Drug Free Years" curriculum on growth in alcohol use and risk for alcohol use in early adolescence. Prevention Science, 1(3), 125-138.(2000).
Emergence of delinquency and depressed mood throughout adolescence as predictors of late adolescent problem substance use. Psychology Of Addictive Behaviors, 21(1), 13-24.(2007).
Emergence of mixed-sex friendship groups during adolescence: Developmental associations with substance use and delinquency. Developmental Psychology, 50(11), 2449-2461.(2014).
Engaging families in longitudinal preventive intervention research: Discrete-time survival analysis of socioeconomic and social-emotional risk factors. Journal Of Consulting And Clinical Psychology, 67(1), 157-163.(1999).
Engaging rural parents in family-focused programs to prevent youth substance abuse. The Journal Of Primary Prevention, 24(3), 223-242.(2004).
Evaluating the impact of implementation factors on family-based prevention programming: Methods for strengthening causal inference. Prevention Science, 15(2), 246-255.(2014).
Evaluation of a social contextual model of delinquency: A cross-study replication. Child Development, 73(1), 175-195.(2002).
Examining reciprocal influences among family climate, school attachment, and academic self-regulation: Implications for school success. Journal Of Family Psychology, 30(4), 442-452.(2016).
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).
Exit, cohesion, and consensus: Social psychological moderators of consensus among adolescent peer groups. Social Currents, 5(1), 49-66. Retrieved from http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/2329496517704859(2018).
Exploratory study of a preventive intervention with general population African American families. Journal Of Early Adolescence, 23(4), 435-468.(2003).
Extending previous cG×I findings on 5-HTTLPR's moderation of intervention effects on adolescent substance misuse initiation. Child Development, 88(6), 2001-2012. Retrieved from http://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/cdev.12666(2017).
Extension educators' perceptions of community readiness, knowledge of prevention science, and experience with collaboration. Journal Of Family And Consumer Science, 98(4), 20-26. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3798072/(2006).
The Extension Service as key mechanism for research and services delivery for prevention of mental health disorders in rural areas. American Journal Of Community Psychology, 25(4), 515-544.(1997).
Externalizing behaviors as predictors of substance initiation trajectories among rural adolescents. Journal Of Adolescent Health, 37(6), 493-501.(2005).
Factors Influencing the development of school bonding among middle school students. Journal Of Early Adolescence, 31(3), 463-487.(2011).
Factors that predict financial sustainability of community coalitions: Five years of findings from the PROSPER partnership project. Prevention Science, 16(1), 158-167.(2015).
Falling behind: Lingering costs of the high school transition for youth friendships and grades. Sociology Of Education, 91(2), 159-182. Retrieved from http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/001872675400700202(2018).
Family- and community-level predictors of parent support seeking. Journal Of Community Psychology, 30(2), 153-171.(2002).
The family context of adolescent vulnerability and resilience to alcohol use and abuse. Sociological Studies Of Children, 6, 55-86.(1994).
Family-centered preventive intervention science: Toward benefits to larger populations of children, youth, and families. Prevention Science, 3(3), 145-152.(2002).
Family-focused prevention intervention research: A pragmatic perspective on issues and future directions. In Drug Abuse Prevention Through Family Interventions. NIDA Research Monograph 177 (pp. 459-510). Rockville, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse. Retrieved from https://archives.drugabuse.gov/pdf/monographs/monograph177/459-510_Spoth.pdf(1998).
Family-focused preventive interventions: Evaluating parental risk moderation of substance use trajectories. Journal Of Family Psychology, 18(2), 293-301.(2004).
Finding a path to more reasonable conclusions about prevention: A response to Midford. Addiction, 103(7), 1171-1173.(2008).
Fostering Youth Engagement on Community Teams. Journal Of Youth Development: Bridging Research And Practice, 1(1), 601PA003. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3297413/(2006).
A framework for building community-partnership capacity to promote youth development and prevent substance-related problems: Practitioner and scientist tasks, resources and issues. Unpublished manuscript written for Annenberg Adolescent Mental Health Commission.(2003).
Friends as a bridge to parental influence: Implications for adolescent alcohol use. Social Forces, 92(3), 1061-1085.(2014).
Friends first? The peer network origins of adolescent dating. Journal Of Research On Adolescence, 26(2), 257-269.(2016).
Friendship group position and substance use. Addictive Behaviors, 39(5), 923-933.(2014).
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).
Further clear examples of the need for more reasonable conclusions and critiques about prevention. Addiction, 104(1), 154-155.(2009).
Gender moderation and social developmental mediation of the effect of a family-focused substance use preventive intervention on young adult alcohol abuse. Addictive Behaviors, 34(6-7), 599-605.(2009).
Gender moderation of the intergenerational transmission and stability of depressive symptoms from early adolescence to early adulthood. Journal Of Youth And Adolescence, 46(1), 248-260.(2017).
Gender-related quality of parent-child interactions and early adolescent problem behaviors: Exploratory study with midwestern samples. Journal Of Family Issues, 27(6), 826-849.(2006).
A generalizability approach to assessing the effects of ethnicity and training on observer ratings of family interactions. Journal Of Social And Personal Relationships, 20(2), 171-191.(2003).
Hanging out with which friends? Friendship-level predictors of unstructured and unsupervised socializing in adolescence. Journal Of Research On Adolescence, 22(4), 646-661.(2012).
Identifying program preferences through conjoint analysis: Illustrative results from a parent sample. American Journal Of Health Promotion, 8(2), 124-133.(1993).
Illustrating a framework for rural prevention research: Project Family studies of rural family participation and outcomes. In Preventing Childhood Disorders, Substance Abuse, and Delinquency (pp. 299-328). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.(1996).
Illustration of a market segmentation technique using family-focused prevention program preference data. Health Education Research, 11(2), 259-267.(1996).
Impact challenges in community science-with-practice: Lessons from PROSPER on transformative practitioner-scientist partnerships and prevention infrastructure development. American Journal Of Community Psychology, 48(1-2), 106-119.(2011).
The impact of a prevention delivery system on perceived social capital: The PROSPER project. Prevention Science, 15(2), 125-137.(2014).
Implementation of adolescent family-based substance use prevention programs in health care settings: Comparisons across conditions and programs. Health Education Journal, 71(1), 53-61.(2012).
Implementing universal competency-training interventions with rural families of young adolescents. Unpublished manuscript.(1997).
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).
Increasing School Success Through Partnership-Based Family Competency Training: Experimental Study of Long-Term Outcomes. School Psychology Quarterly, 23(1), 70-89.(2008).
Influence of a family-focused substance use preventive intervention on growth in adolescent depressive symptoms. Journal Of Research On Adolescence, 17(3), 541-564.(2007).
The interaction of conduct problems and depressed mood in relation to adolescent substance involvement and peer substance use. Drug And Alcohol Dependence, 96(3), 233-248.(2008).
Interaction style, problem-solving behavior, and family problem-solving effectiveness. Child Development, 66(1), 98-115.(1995).
Internalizing, social competence, and substance initiation: Influence of gender moderation and a preventive intervention. Subst Use Misuse, 39(6), 963-991.(2004).
Internalizing symptoms: Effects of a preventive intervention on developmental pathways from early adolescence to young adulthood. Journal Of Youth And Adolescence, 41(6), 788-801.(2012).
Internalizing symptoms, peer substance use, and substance use initiation. Journal Of Research On Adolescence, 26(4), 645-657.(2016).
Interparental boundary problems, parent-adolescent hostility, and adolescent-parent hostility: A family process model for adolescent aggression problems. Couple And Family Psychology: Research And Practice, 3(3), 141-155.(2014).
Interparental conflict and long-term adolescent substance use trajectories: The role of adolescent threat appraisals. Journal Of Family Psychology, 32(2), 175-185. Retrieved from https://content.apa.org/record/2018-14802-002(2018).
Interparental relationship sensitivity leads to adolescent internalizing problems: Different genotypes, different pathways. Journal Of Marriage And Family, 77(2), 329-343.(2015).
Investigating the potential causal relationship between parental knowledge and youth risky behavior: A propensity score analysis. Prevention Science, 15(6), 869-878.(2014).
Iowa Mexican immigrant families: Negotiating an optimal level of cultural assimilation. In The Illusion of Borders: The National Presence of Mexicanos in the United States (pp. 55-79). Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt.(2002).
Iowa substance abuse prevention needs assessment: Public survey findings. Research Monograph Report to the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention for the Iowa Department of Public Health. Cedar Falls, IA: University of Northern Iowa Center for Social and Behavioral Research.(1999).
Knowledge lability: Within-person changes in parental knowledge and their associations with adolescent problem behavior. Prevention Science, 17(2), 274-283.(2016).
Lability in the parent’s hostility and warmth toward their adolescent: Linkages to youth delinquency and substance use.. Developmental Psychology, 54(2), 348-361.(2018).
Longitudinal associations of alcohol involvement with subjective well-being in adolescence and prediction to alcohol problems in early adulthood. Journal Of Youth And Adolescence, 40(9), 1215-1224.(2011).
Longitudinal effects of a universal family-focused intervention on growth patterns of adolescent internalizing symptoms and polysubstance use: Gender comparisons. Journal Of Youth And Adolescence, 36(6), 725-740.(2007).
Longitudinal effects of universal preventive intervention on prescription drug misuse: Three randomized controlled trials with late adolescents and young adults. American Journal Of Public Health, 103(4), 665-672.(2013).
Longitudinal modeling of adolescent normative beliefs and substance initiation. Journal Of Alcohol And Drug Education, 49(2), 7-41.(2005).
Longitudinal relations among negative affect, substance use, and peer deviance during the transition from middle to late adolescence. Substance Use And Misuse, 44(8), 1142-1159.(2009).
Longitudinal substance initiation outcomes for a universal preventive intervention combining family and school programs. Psychology Of Addictive Behaviors, 16(2), 129-134.(2002).
Long-term effects of universal preventive interventions on methamphetamine use among adolescents. Archives Of Pediatrics And Adolescent Medicine, 160(9), 876-882.(2006).
Long-term effects of universal preventive interventions on prescription drug misuse. Addiction, 103(7), 1160-1168.(2008).
Long-term protective factor outcomes of evidence-based interventions implemented by community teams through a community-university partnership. Journal Of Primary Prevention, 30(5), 513-530.(2009).
The mediation of mothers' self-fulfilling effects on their children's alcohol use: Self-verification, informational conformity, and modeling processes. Journal Of Personality And Social Psychology, 95(2), 369-384.(2008).
Mining the network: Peers and adolescent health. Journal Of Adolescent Health, 47(4), 324-326.(2010).
Mixed picture of readiness for adoption of evidence-based prevention programs in communities: Exploratory surveys of state program delivery systems. American Journal Of Community Psychology, 55(3-4), 253-265.(2015).
A model of the effects of protective parent and peer factors on young adolescent alcohol refusal skills. The Journal Of Primary Prevention, 16(4), 373-394.(1996).
Modeling factors influencing enrollment in family-focused preventive intervention research. Prevention Science, 1(4), 213-225.(2000).
Modeling long-term parent outcomes of two universal family-focused preventive interventions: One-year follow-up results. Journal Of Consulting And Clinical Psychology, 67(6), 975-984.(1999).
A multidomain approach to understanding risk for underage drinking: Converging evidence from 5 data sets. American Journal Of Public Health, 102(11), 2080-2087.(2012).
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).
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Nurturant-involved parenting and adolescent substance use: Examining an internalizing pathway through adolescent social anxiety symptoms and substance refusal efficacy. Development And Psychopathology, 31(1), 247-260.(2019).
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Positive childhood experiences and positive adult functioning: Prosocial continuity and the role of adolescent substance use. Journal Of Adolescent Health, 49(2), 180-186.(2011).
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PROSPER partnership delivery system: Effects on adolescent conduct problem behavior outcomes through 6.5 years past baseline. Journal Of Adolescence, 45, 44-55.(2015).
PROSPER study of evidence-based intervention implementation quality by community-university partnerships. Journal Of Community Psychology, 35(8), 981-999.(2007).
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Reducing adolescents' aggressive and hostile behaviors: Randomized trial effects of a brief family intervention 4 years past baseline. Archives Of Pediatrics And Adolescent Medicine, 154(12), 1248-1257.(2000).
Reducing adolescents' growth in substance use and delinquency: Randomized trial effects of a parent-training prevention intervention. Prevention Science, 4(3), 203-212.(2003).
Replicating and extending a model of effects of universal preventive intervention during early adolescence on young adult substance misuse. Journal Of Consulting And Clinical Psychology, 84(10), 913-921.(2016).
Replication RCT of early universal prevention effects on young adult substance misuse. Journal Of Consulting And Clinical Psychology, 82(6), 949-963.(2014).
Research on family engagement in preventive interventions: Toward improved use of scientific findings in primary prevention practice. The Journal Of Primary Prevention, 21(2), 267-284.(2000).
Research on the Strengthening Families Program for Parents and Youth 10-14: Long-term effects, mechanisms, translation to public health, PROSPER partnership scale up. In Handbook of Adolescent Drug Use Prevention: Research, Intervention Strategies, and Practice (pp. 267-292). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.(2015).
Resource consumption of a diffusion model for prevention programs: The PROSPER delivery system. Journal Of Adolescent Health, 50(3), 256-263.(2012).
Revisiting “What they think”: Adolescent drinking and the importance of peer beliefs. Criminology, 52(3), 488-513.(2014).
Risk factors for substance use and adolescents’ symptoms of depression. Journal Of Adolescent Health, 60(1), 50-56.(2017).
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The role of assertiveness and decision making in early adolescent substance initiation: Mediating processes. Journal Of Research On Adolescence, 13(3), 301-328.(2003).
The role of family for youth friendships: Examining a social anxiety mechanism. Journal Of Youth And Adolescence, 47(2), 306-320. Retrieved from http://link.springer.com/10.1007/s10964-017-0738-9(2018).
The role of family for youth friendships: Examining a social anxiety mechanism. Journal Of Youth And Adolescence, 47(2), 306-320. Retrieved from http://link.springer.com/10.1007/s10964-017-0738-9(2018).
The role of the self-fulfilling prophecy in young adolescents' responsiveness to a substance use prevention program. Journal Of Applied Social Psychology, 43(9), 1784-1798.(2013).
Rural community partnership recruitment for an evidence-based family-focused prevention program: The PROSPER project. Rural Mental Health, 29(2), 23-28.(2004).
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School- and family-level income effects in a randomized controlled prevention trial: A multilevel analysis. In Family Support as Reflective Practice (pp. 250-265). London: Jessica Kingsley.(2006).
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