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Effectiveness of Facebook groups to boost participation in a parenting intervention. Prevention Science. 20:894-903.. 2019.
The interplay between marijuana-specific risk factors and marijuana use over the course of adolescence. Prevention Science. 20:235-245.. 2019.
Initiation age, cumulative prevalence, and longitudinal patterns of handgun carrying among rural adolescents: A multistate study. Journal of Adolescent Health. 66:416-422.. 2020.
Marijuana legalization and youth marijuana, alcohol, and cigarette use and norms. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 59:309-316.. 2020.
Adult social environments and the use of combustible and electronic cigarettes: Opportunities for reducing smoking in the 30s. Nicotine & Tobacco Research. 23:518-526.. 2021.
Applying the social development model in middle childhood to promote healthy development: Effects from primary school through the 30s and across generations. Journal of Developmental and Life-Course Criminology. 7:66-86.. 2021.
E-cigarette use is associated with subsequent cigarette use among young adult nonsmokers, over and above a range of antecedent risk factors: A propensity score analysis. Addiction. 116:1224-1231.. 2021.
Long-term impacts and benefit-cost analysis of the Communities That Care prevention system at age 23, 12 years after baseline. Prevention Science. 22:452-463.. 2021.
Parent-focused prevention of adolescent health risk behavior: Study protocol for a multisite cluster-randomized trial implemented in pediatric primary care. Contemporary Clinical Trials. 112:106621.. 2022.
Simultaneous use of marijuana and alcohol: Potential prevention targets among young adults who use alcohol. Addictive Behaviors. 124:107118.. 2022.
Substance-specific risk factors among young adults: Potential prevention targets across cannabis-permissive environments. Substance Use and Misuse.. 2022.
Trajectories of handgun carrying in rural communities from early adolescence to young adulthood. JAMA Network Open. 5:e225127.. 2022.
Young adult opioid misuse indicates a general tendency toward substance use and is strongly predicted by general substance use risk. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 235:109442.. 2022.