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Szyf M, Tang Y-Y, Hill KG, Musci R.  2016.  The dynamic epigenome and its implications for behavioral interventions: A role for epigenetics to inform disorder prevention and health promotion. Translational Behavioral Medicine: Practice, Policy and Research. 6:55-62.
Herrenkohl TI, Jung H.  2016.  Effects of child abuse, adolescent violence, peer approval, and pro-violence attitudes on intimate partner violence in adulthood. Criminal Behavior and Mental Health. 26:304-314.
Rhew IC, Hawkins JD, Murray DM, Fagan AA, Oesterle S, Abbott RD, Catalano RF.  2016.  Evaluation of community-level effects of Communities That Care on adolescent drug use and delinquency using a repeated cross-sectional design. Prevention Science. 17:177-187.
Harrop E, Catalano RF.  2016.  Evidence-based prevention for adolescent substance use. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America. 25:387-410.
Fleming CB, Guttmannova K, Cambron C, Rhew IC, Oesterle S.  2016.  Examination of the divergence in trends for adolescent marijuana use and marijuana-specific risk factors in Washington State. Journal of Adolescent Health. 59:269-275.
Kim BKE, Gilman AB, Hill KG, Hawkins JD.  2016.  Examining protective factors against violence among high-risk youth: Findings from the Seattle Social Development Project. Journal of Criminal Justice. 45:19-25.
Haggerty KP, Barkan SE, Skinner ML, Packard WB, Cole JJ.  2016.  Feasibility of Connecting, a substance-abuse prevention program for foster teens and their caregivers. Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research. 7:639-659.
Salazar AM, Haggerty KP, Roe SS.  2016.  Fostering Higher Education: A postsecondary access and retention intervention for youth with foster care experience. Children and Youth Services Review. 70:49-56.
Manhart LE, Epstein M, Bailey JA, Hill KG, Haggerty KP, Catalano RF.  2016.  HIV/Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention Messaging: Targeting Root Causes of Sexual Risk Behavior.. Sex Transm Dis. 43(2):71-7.
Guttmannova K, Lee C, Kilmer JR, Fleming CB, Rhew IC, Kosterman R, Larimer ME.  2016.  Impacts of changing marijuana policies on alcohol and other drug use in the United States. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. 40:33-46.
Roe S, Banta-Green CJ.  2016.  An initial evaluation of web-based overdose education. Substance Use & Misuse. 51:268-275.
Skinner ML, Hong S, Herrenkohl TI, Brown EC, Lee JO, Jung H.  2016.  Longitudinal effects of early childhood maltreatment on co-occurring substance misuse and mental health problems in adulthood: The role of adolescent alcohol use and depression. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs. 77:464-472.
Kosterman R, Bailey JA, Guttmannova K, Jones TM, Eisenberg N, Hill KG, Hawkins JD.  2016.  Marijuana legalization and parents’ attitudes, use, and parenting in Washington State. Journal of Adolescent Health. 59:450-456.
Lee JO, Jones TM, Kosterman R, Herrenkohl TI, Rhew IC, Catalano RF, Hawkins JD.  2016.  Mechanisms linking high school graduation to health disparities in young adulthood: A longitudinal analysis of the role of health behaviors, psychosocial stressors, and health insurance. Public Health. 139:61-69.
Herrenkohl TI, Jung H, Klika JB, Mason WA, Brown EC, Leeb RT, Herrenkohl RC.  2016.  Mediating and moderating effects of social support in the study of child abuse and adult physical and mental health. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. 86:573-583.
Blevins CE, Banes KE, Stephens RS, Walker DD, Roffman RA.  2016.  Motives for marijuana use among heavy-using high school students: An analysis of structure and utility of the Comprehensive Marijuana Motives Questionnaire.. Addict Behav. 57:42-7.
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.
Leung RK, Toumbourou JW, Hemphill SA, Catalano RF.  2016.  Peer group patterns of alcohol-using behaviors among early adolescents in Victoria, Australia, and Washington State, United States. Journal of Research on Adolescence. 26:902-917.
Hill KG, Woodward D, Woelfel T, Hawkins JD, Green S.  2016.  Planning for long-term follow-up: Strategies learned from longitudinal studies. Prevention Science. 17:806-818.
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.
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.
Mason WA, Fleming CB, Ringle JL, Hanson K, Gross TJ, Haggerty KP.  2016.  Prevalence of marijuana and other substance use before and after Washington State's change from legal medical marijuana to legal medical and nonmedical marijuana: Cohort comparisons in a sample of adolescents.. Subst Abus. 37(2):330-5.
Mason WA, Fleming CB, Haggerty KP.  2016.  Prevention of marijuana misuse: School-, family-, and community-based approaches. Marijuana and mental health. :199-225.
Catalano RF, Castro FG, Fagan AA, Greenberg MT, Haggerty KP.  2016.  Prevention programs and policies (Chapter 3). Facing Addiction in America: The Surgeon General’s Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health.
Leslie LK, Mehus CJ, Hawkins JD, Boat T, McCabe MA, Barkin S, Perrin E, Metzler C, Prado G, V. Tait F et al..  2016.  Primary health care: Potential home for family-focused preventive interventions. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 51:S106-S118.