Predicting school suspension risk from eighth through tenth grade using the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire. Contemporary School Psychology. 23:270-289.. 2019.
Promoting SBIRT training for social work students across field settings. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions. 19:108-123.. 2019.
Race/ethnicity differences in trends of marijuana, cigarette, and alcohol use among 8th, 10th, and 12th graders in Washington State, 2004-2016. Prevention Science. 20:194-204.. 2019.
Reciprocal associations between early adolescent antisocial behavior and depressive symptoms: A longitudinal study in Victoria, Australia and Washington State, United States. Journal of Criminal Justice. 62:74-86.. 2019.
The social development model. The Oxford handbook of developmental and life-course criminology. :224-247.. 2019.
Time-varying effects of family smoking and family management on adolescent daily smoking: The moderating roles of behavioral disinhibition and anxiety. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 204:107572.. 2019.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force's opportunity to pursue a new strategy for behavioral health. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 56:315-317.. 2019.
Using existing data to advance knowledge about adolescent and emerging adult marijuana use in the context of changes in marijuana policies. Prevention Science. 20:291-299.. 2019.
Young adult unemployment and later depression and anxiety: Does childhood neighborhood matter? Journal of Youth and Adolescence. 48:30-42.. 2019.
Adolescent age of sexual initiation and subsequent adult health outcomes. American Journal of Public Health. 108:822-828.. 2018.
Childhood neighborhood context and adult substance use problems: The role of socio-economic status at the age of 30 years. Public Health. 165:58-66.. 2018.
Concurrent and prospective associations between substance-specific parenting practices and child cigarette, alcohol, and marijuana use. Journal of Adolescent Health. 62:681-687.. 2018.
Defining and achieving permanency among older youth in foster care. Children and Youth Services Review. 87:9-16.. 2018.
Developing relationship-building tools for foster families caring for teens who are LGBTQ2S. Child Welfare. 96:75-97.. 2018.
Direct and indirect effects of child abuse and environmental stress: A lifecourse perspective on adversity and depressive symptoms. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. 88:180-188.. 2018.
Effects of exposure to the Communities That Care prevention system on youth problem behaviors in a community-randomized trial: Employing an inverse probability weighting approach. Evaluation and the Health Professions. 41:270-289.. 2018.
Ensure healthy development for all youth. Grand challenges for social work and society. :18-35.. 2018.
Examination of cross-sectional associations of neighborhood deprivation and alcohol outlet density with hazardous drinking using a twin design. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs. 79:68-73.. 2018.
Implementing the Communities That Care prevention system: Challenges, solutions, and opportunities in an urban setting. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 55:S70-S81.. 2018.
Incorporating self-determination into substance abuse prevention programming for youth transitioning from foster care to adulthood. Child & Family Social Work. 23:281-288.. 2018.
IPV and the intergenerational transmission of violence. Domestic Violence Report. 23:49,57-60.. 2018.
Literature & Resource Review: Characteristics of Successful Foster, Adoptive and/or Kinship Caregivers of American Indian, Alaska Native, First Nations and Native Hawaiian (AIAN/FN/NH) Children and Suggested Training Themes for these Parents.. 2018.
Literature Review: Intercountry Adoption and Private Domestic Adoption. National Training & Development Curriculum for Foster and Adoptive Parents.. 2018.
Literature Review of Relative and Non-Relative Foster/Adoptive Parent Factors Related to Placement Stability and Permanence for Children and Youth.. 2018.
Long-term effects of the Communities That Care trial on substance use, antisocial behavior, and violence through age 21 years. American Journal of Public Health. 108:659-665.. 2018.