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Jolliffe D, Farrington DP, Piquero AR, Loeber R, Hill KG.  2017.  Systematic review of early risk factors for life-course-persistent, adolescence-limited, and late-onset offenders in prospective longitudinal studies. Aggression and Violent Behavior. 33:15-23.
Vanderwill LA, Salazar AM, Jenkins G, De Larwelle J, McMahon AK, Day A, Haggerty K.  2021.  Systematic literature review of foster and adoptive caregiver factors for increasing placement stability and permanency. Journal of Public Child Welfare. 15:487-527.
Fagan AA, Hanson K, Briney JS, Hawkins JD.  2012.  Sustaining the utilization and high quality implementation of tested and effective prevention programs using the Communities That Care prevention system.. Am J Community Psychol. 49(3-4):365-77.
Gloppen KM, Brown EC, Wagenaar BH, Hawkins JD, Rhew IC, Oesterle S.  2016.  Sustaining adoption of science-based prevention through Communities That Care. Journal of Community Psychology. 44:78-89.
Logan-Greene P, Nurius PS, Hooven C, Thompson EA.  2013.  The sustained impact of adolescent violence histories on early adulthood outcomes.. Vict Offender. 8(2):231-252.
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.
Hawkins JD, Oesterle S, Brown EC, Monahan KC, Abbott RD, Arthur MW, Catalano RF.  2012.  Sustained decreases in risk exposure and youth problem behaviors after installation of the Communities That Care prevention system in a randomized trial.. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 166(2):141-8.
Gloppen KM, Arthur MW, Hawkins JD, Shapiro VB.  2012.  Sustainability of the Communities That Care prevention system by coalitions participating in the Community Youth Development Study.. J Adolesc Health. 51(3):259-64.
Kuklinski MR, D. Crowley M, Dishion TJ, Wilson MN, Pelham, III WE, Shaw DS.  2020.  Supporting strategic investment in social programs: A cost analysis of the Family Check-Up. Prevention Science. 21:256-267.
Salazar AM, Haggerty KP, Barkan SE, Peterson R, Furlong ME, Kim E, Cole JJ, Colito JM.  2020.  Supporting LGBTQ+ foster teens: Development of a relationship-focused, self-guided curriculum for foster families. Sexuality Research and Social Policy. 17:239-251.
Miller SD, Mills SP, Elvidge CD, Lindsey DT, Lee TF, Hawkins JD.  2012.  Suomi satellite brings to light a unique frontier of nighttime environmental sensing capabilities.. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 109(39):15706-11.
Lewis JP.  2010.  Successful aging through the eyes of Alaska Natives: exploring generational differences among Alaska Natives.. J Cross Cult Gerontol. 25(4):385-96.
Lewis JP.  2011.  Successful aging through the eyes of Alaska Native elders. What it means to be an elder in Bristol Bay, AK.. Gerontologist. 51(4):540-9.
Guttmannova K, Oesterle S, Skinner ML, Kuklinski MR, Hultgren B, Rhew IC, Parker M, Briney JS, White HR.  2022.  Substance-specific risk factors among young adults: Potential prevention targets across cannabis-permissive environments. Substance Use and Misuse. 57(13):1923-1930.
Wells EA, Saxon AJ, Calsyn DA, Jackson TR, Donovan DM.  2010.  Study results from the Clinical Trials Network's first 10 years: where do they lead? J Subst Abuse Treat. 38 Suppl 1:S14-30.
Nurius PS, Green S, Logan-Greene P, Longhi D, Song C.  2016.  Stress pathways to health inequalities: Embedding ACEs within social and behavioral contexts.. Int Public Health J. 8(2):241-256.
McCroskey J, Pecora PJ, Franke T, Christie CA, Lorthridge J.  2012.  Strengthening families and communities to prevent child abuse and neglect: lessons from the Los Angeles Prevention Initiative Demonstration Project.. Child Welfare. 91(2):39-60.
Bailey JA, Hill KG, Meacham MC, Young SE, Hawkins JD.  2011.  Strategies for characterizing complex phenotypes and environments: General and specific family environmental predictors of young adult tobacco dependence, alcohol use disorder, and co-occurring problems.. Drug Alcohol Depend. 118(2-3):444-51.
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.
Matson PA, Ridenour T, Ialongo N, Spoth R, Prado G, Hammond CJ, Hawkins JD, Adger, Jr. H.  2022.  State-of-the-art in substance use prevention and early intervention: Applications to pediatric primary care settings. Prevention Science. 23:204-211.
Cambron C, Guttmannova K, Fleming CB.  2017.  State and national contexts in evaluating cannabis laws: A case study of Washington State. Journal of Drug Issues. 47:74-90.
Crowley DM, Dodge KA, W. Barnett S, Corso P, Duffy S, Graham P, Greenberg MT, Haskins R, Hill L, Jones DE et al..  2018.  Standards of evidence for conducting and reporting economic evaluations in prevention science. Prevention Science. 19:366-390.