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2016
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Salazar AM, Brown EC, Monahan KC, Catalano RF.  2016.  Psychometric properties of the Transitions From Foster Care Key Leader Survey. Evaluation and Program Planning. 55:91-102.
Mason WA, Fleming CB, Gross TJ, Thompson RW, Parra GJ, Haggerty KP, Snyder JJ.  2016.  Randomized trial of parent training to prevent adolescent problem behaviors during the high school transition. Journal of Family Psychology. 30:944-954.
Samek DR, Bailey JA, Hill KG, Wilson S, Lee S, Keyes MA, Epstein M, Smolen A, Miller M, Winters KC et al..  2016.  A test-replicate approach to candidate gene research on addiction and externalizing disorders: A collaboration across five longitudinal studies. Behavior Genetics. 46:608-626.
Samek DR, Bailey JA, Hill KG, Wilson S, Lee S, Keyes MA, Epstein M, Smolen A, Miller M, Winters KC et al..  2016.  A test-replicate approach to candidate gene research on addiction and externalizing disorders: A collaboration across five longitudinal studies. Behavior Genetics. 46:608-626.
Epstein M, Hill KG, Roe SS, Bailey JA, Iacono WG, McGue M, Kristman-Valente A, Catalano RF, Haggerty KP.  2016.  Time-varying effects of families and peers on adolescent marijuana use: Person-environment interactions across development.. Dev Psychopathol. :1-14.
2017
Gross TJ, Fleming CB, Mason WA, Haggerty KP.  2017.  Alabama Parenting Questionnaire-9: Longitudinal measurement invariance across parents and youth during the transition to high school. Assessment. 24:646-659.
Haggerty KP.  2017.  Communities That Care. Encyclopedia of juvenile delinquency and justice.
Skinner ML, Haggerty KP, Casey-Goldstein M, Thompson RW, Buddenberg L, Mason W.A.  2017.  Focus groups of parents and teens help develop messages to prevent early marijuana use in the context of legal retail sales. Substance Use and Misuse. 52:351-358.
Kim MJ, Mason W.A, Herrenkohl TI, Catalano RF, Toumbourou JW, Hemphill SA.  2017.  Influence of early onset of alcohol use on the development of adolescent alcohol problems: A longitudinal bi-national study. Prevention Science. 18:1-11.
Mason WA, Russo MJ, Chmelka MB, Herrenkohl RC, Herrenkohl TI.  2017.  Parent and peer pathways linking childhood experiences of abuse with marijuana use in adolescence and adulthood. Addictive Behaviors. 66:70-75.
Eddy JM, Martinez, Jr. CR, Grossman JB, Cearley JJ, Herrera D, Wheeler AC, Rempel JS, Foney D, Gau JM, Burraston BO et al..  2017.  A randomized controlled trial of a long-term professional mentoring program for children at risk: Outcomes across the first 5 years. Prevention Science. 18:899-910.
Prendergast LE, Leung R, Toumbourou JW, Taft A, McMorris BJ, Catalano RF.  2017.  Sexual behavior in early adolescence: A cross-national comparison of Australian and United States youth. Australian Journal of Psychology. 69:3-11.
Epstein M, Hill KG, Roe SS, Bailey JA, Iacono WG, McGue M, Kristman-Valente A, Catalano RF, Haggerty KP.  2017.  Time-varying effects of families and peers on adolescent marijuana use: Person-environment interactions across development. Development and Psychopathology. 29:887-900.
2018
Salazar AM, Jones KR, Amemiya J, Cherry A, Brown EC, Catalano RF, Monahan KC.  2018.  Defining and achieving permanency among older youth in foster care. Children and Youth Services Review. 87:9-16.
Salazar AM, McCowan KJ, Cole JJ, Skinner ML, Noell BR, Colito JM, Haggerty KP, Barkan SE.  2018.  Developing relationship-building tools for foster families caring for teens who are LGBTQ2S. Child Welfare. 96:75-97.
Sousa C, Mason W.A, Herrenkohl TI, Prince D, Herrenkohl RC, Russo MJ.  2018.  Direct and indirect effects of child abuse and environmental stress: A lifecourse perspective on adversity and depressive symptoms. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. 88:180-188.
Rhew IC, Kosterman R, Duncan GE, Mair C.  2018.  Examination of cross-sectional associations of neighborhood deprivation and alcohol outlet density with hazardous drinking using a twin design. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs. 79:68-73.
Day A, Haggerty KP, Murphy K, Wilson M, Drywater-Whitekiller V.  2018.  Literature & Resource Review: Characteristics of Successful Foster, Adoptive and/or Kinship Caregivers of American Indian, Alaska Native, First Nations and Native Hawaiian (AIAN/FN/NH) Children and Suggested Training Themes for these Parents.
Salazar AM, Vanderwill LA, De Larwelle JA, Jenkins GJ, McMahon AK, Day A, Haggerty KP.  2018.  Literature Review of Relative and Non-Relative Foster/Adoptive Parent Factors Related to Placement Stability and Permanence for Children and Youth.