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Substance-Related Disorders
Bailey JA, Samek DR, Keyes MA, Hill KG, Hicks BM, McGue M, Iacono WG, Epstein M, Catalano RF, Haggerty KP et al..  2014.  General and substance-specific predictors of young adult nicotine dependence, alcohol use disorder, and problem behavior: replication in two samples.. Drug Alcohol Depend. 138:161-8.
Gilman AB, Hill KG, Hawkins JD.  2014.  Long-term consequences of adolescent gang membership for adult functioning.. Am J Public Health. 104(5):938-45.
Toumbourou JW, Evans-Whipp TJ, Smith R, Hemphill SA, Herrenkohl TI, Catalano RF.  2014.  Adolescent predictors and environmental correlates of young adult alcohol use problems.. Addiction. 109(3):417-24.
Pantalone DW, Huh D, Nelson KM, Pearson CR, Simoni JM.  2014.  Prospective predictors of unprotected anal intercourse among HIV-seropositive men who have sex with men initiating antiretroviral therapy.. AIDS Behav. 18(1):78-87.
Hawkins JD, Oesterle S, Brown EC, Abbott RD, Catalano RF.  2014.  Youth problem behaviors 8 years after implementing the Communities That Care prevention system: A community-randomized trial.. JAMA Pediatr. 168(2):122-9.
Kristman-Valente AN, Brown EC, Herrenkohl TI.  2013.  Child physical and sexual abuse and cigarette smoking in adolescence and adulthood.. J Adolesc Health. 53(4):533-8.
Anyon Y, Moore M, Horevitz E, Whitaker K, Stone S, Shields JP.  2013.  Health risks, race, and adolescents' use of school-based health centers: policy and service recommendations.. J Behav Health Serv Res. 40(4):457-68.
Brody GH, Beach SRH, Hill KG, Howe GW, Prado G, Fullerton SM.  2013.  Using genetically informed, randomized prevention trials to test etiological hypotheses about child and adolescent drug use and psychopathology.. Am J Public Health. 103 Suppl 1:S19-24.
Pearson CR, Cassels S.  2014.  Place and sexual partnership transition among young American Indian and Alaska native women.. AIDS Behav. 18(8):1443-53.
Bailey JA, Hill KG, Guttmannova K, Oesterle S, Hawkins JD, Catalano RF, McMahon RJ.  2013.  The association between parent early adult drug use disorder and later observed parenting practices and child behavior problems: Testing alternate models.. Dev Psychol. 49(5):887-99.
Calsyn DA, Peavy M, Wells EA, Campbell ANC, Hatch-Maillette MA, Greenfield SF, Tross S.  2013.  Differences between men and women in condom use, attitudes, and skills in substance abuse treatment seekers.. Am J Addict. 22(2):150-7.
Rhew IC, Brown EC, Hawkins JD, Briney JS.  2013.  Sustained effects of the Communities That Care system on prevention service system transformation.. Am J Public Health. 103(3):529-35.
Kristman-Valente A, Wells EA.  2013.  The role of gender in the association between child maltreatment and substance use behavior: a systematic review of longitudinal research from 1995 to 2011.. Subst Use Misuse. 48(8):645-60.
Brown EC, Hawkins JD, Rhew IC, Shapiro VB, Abbott RD, Oesterle S, Arthur MW, Briney JS, Catalano RF.  2014.  Prevention system mediation of Communities That Care effects on youth outcomes. Prev Sci. 15(5):623-32.
Walton TO, Walker DD, Kaysen DL, Roffman RA, Mbilinyi L, Neighbors C.  2013.  Reaching soldiers with untreated substance use disorder: lessons learned in the development of a marketing campaign for the Warrior Check-Up study.. Subst Use Misuse. 48(10):908-21.
Monahan KC, Hawkins JD, Abbott RD.  2013.  The application of meta-analysis within a matched-pair randomized control trial: An illustration testing the effects of Communities That Care on delinquent behavior.. Prev Sci. 14(1):1-12.
Lee JO, Herrenkohl TI, Kosterman R, Small CM, Hawkins JD.  2013.  Educational inequalities in the co-occurrence of mental health and substance use problems, and its adult socio-economic consequences: a longitudinal study of young adults in a community sample.. Public Health. 127(8):745-53.
Espelage DL, Low S, Polanin JR, Brown EC.  2013.  The impact of a middle school program to reduce aggression, victimization, and sexual violence.. J Adolesc Health. 53(2):180-6.