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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.
Hartzler B, T Jackson R, Jones BE, Beadnell B, Calsyn DA.  2014.  Disseminating contingency management: impacts of staff training and implementation at an opiate treatment program.. J Subst Abuse Treat. 46(4):429-38.
Harrop E, Catalano RF.  2016.  Evidence-based prevention for adolescent substance use. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America. 25:387-410.
Hanson K, Caouette J, Haggerty K, Skinner M, Barkan S, Davis A, Sparkle B, Packard WB.  2023.  Income, ethnicity, and equality: Assessing racial disparities in foster care using a self-sufficiency range. American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) Advisor. 35(3):32-49.
Hanson K, Haggerty KP, Fleming CB, Skinner ML, Casey-Goldstein M, Mason W.A, Thompson RW, Redmond C.  2018.  Washington State retail marijuana legalization: Parent and adolescent preferences for marijuana messages in a sample of low-income families. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs. 79:309-317.
Haggerty KP.  2017.  Communities That Care. Encyclopedia of juvenile delinquency and justice.
Haggerty KP, Skinner ML, McGlynn-Wright A, Catalano RF, Crutchfield RD.  2013.  Parent and peer predictors of violent behavior of Black and White teens.. Violence Vict. 28(1):145-60.
Haggerty KP, Barkan SE, Caouette JD, Skinner ML, Hanson K.  2023.  Two-year risk behavior outcomes from Connecting, a prevention program for caregivers and youth in foster care. Prevention Science. 24(1):15-26.
Haggerty KP, Barton VJ, Catalano RF, Spearmon ML, Elion EC, Reese RC, Uehara ES.  2017.  Translating grand challenges from concept to community: The “Communities in Action” experience. Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research. 8:137-159.
Haggerty KP, Barkan SE, Skinner ML, Hanson K.  2021.  Proximal outcomes of Connecting, an evidence-based, family-focused prevention program for caregivers of adolescents in foster care. Children and Youth Services Review. 126:106009.
Haggerty KP, Klima T, Skinner ML, Catalano RF, Barkan SE.  2016.  Staying Connected with Your Teen® and the promise of self-directed prevention programs. Family-based prevention programs for children and adolescents: Theory, research, and large-scale dissemination. :209-228.
Haggerty KP, Shapiro VB.  2013.  Science-based prevention through Communities That Care: A model of social work practice for public health.. Soc Work Public Health. 28(3-4):349-65.
Haggerty KP, Carlini BH.  2020.  Commentary: Understanding the intergenerational transmission of substance use and problem behavior: Implications for future research and preventive interventions. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors. 34:894-897.
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.
Haggerty KP, Barkan SE, Caouette JD, Skinner ML, Hanson KG.  2023.  Family, mental health, and placement outcomes of a low-cost preventive intervention for youth in foster care. Children and Youth Services Review. 150:106973.
Haggerty KP, McGlynn-Wright A, Klima T.  2013.  Promising Parenting Programs for Reducing Adolescent Problem Behaviors.. J Child Serv. 8(4)
Haggerty KP, McCowan KJ.  2018.  Using the social development strategy to unleash the power of prevention. Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research. 9:741-763.
Haggerty KP, Skinner ML, Catalano RF, Abbott RD, Crutchfield RD.  2015.  Long-term effects of staying connected with your teen® on drug use frequency at age 20.. Prev Sci. 16(4):538-49.
Habib C, Toumbourou JW, McRitchie M, Williams J, Kremer P, McKenzie D, Catalano RF.  2014.  Prevalence and community variation in harmful levels of family conflict witnessed by children: implications for prevention.. Prev Sci. 15(5):757-66.