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Alabama Parenting Questionnaire-9: Longitudinal measurement invariance across parents and youth during the transition to high school. Assessment. 24:646-659.. 2017.
A meta-analysis of depression during pregnancy and the risk of preterm birth, low birth weight, and intrauterine growth restriction.. Arch Gen Psychiatry. 67(10):1012-24.. 2010.
Impact of childhood trauma on the outcomes of a perinatal depression trial.. Depress Anxiety. 29(7):563-73.. 2012.
The interplay between marijuana-specific risk factors and marijuana use over the course of adolescence. Prevention Science. 20:235-245.. 2019.
Reading and math achievement among low-income, urban Latino youth: The role of immigration. American Journal of EducationAmerican Journal of Education. 122:199-246.. 2016.
The association between regular marijuana use and adult mental health outcomes. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 179:109-116.. 2017.
Examining explanatory mechanisms of the effects of early alcohol use on young adult alcohol dependence.. J Stud Alcohol Drugs. 73(3):379-90.. 2012.
Assessment of risk and protection in Native American youth: Steps toward conducting culturally relevant, sustainable prevention in Indian Country. Journal of Community Psychology. 43:346-362.. 2017.
Substance-specific risk factors among young adults: Potential prevention targets across cannabis-permissive environments. Substance Use and Misuse. 57(13):1923-1930.. 2022.
Parental alcohol use, parenting, and child on-time development. Infant and Child Development. 26:e2013.. 2017.
Sensitive periods for adolescent alcohol use initiation: Predicting the lifetime occurrence and chronicity of alcohol problems in adulthood.. J Stud Alcohol Drugs. 72(2):221-31.. 2011.
Using existing data to advance knowledge about adolescent and emerging adult marijuana use in the context of changes in marijuana policies. Prevention Science. 20:291-299.. 2019.
Impacts of changing marijuana policies on alcohol and other drug use in the United States. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. 40:33-46.. 2016.
Prevalence and community variation in harmful levels of family conflict witnessed by children: implications for prevention.. Prev Sci. 15(5):757-66.. 2014.
Family, mental health, and placement outcomes of a low-cost preventive intervention for youth in foster care. Children and Youth Services Review. 150:106973.. 2023.
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.. 2021.
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.. 2016.
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.. 2020.
Parent and peer predictors of violent behavior of Black and White teens.. Violence Vict. 28(1):145-60.. 2013.
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.. 2016.
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.. 2013.
Using the social development strategy to unleash the power of prevention. Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research. 9:741-763.. 2018.
Communities That Care. Encyclopedia of juvenile delinquency and justice.. 2017.
Long-term effects of staying connected with your teen® on drug use frequency at age 20.. Prev Sci. 16(4):538-49.. 2015.
Two-year risk behavior outcomes from Connecting, a prevention program for caregivers and youth in foster care. Prevention Science. 24(1):15-26.. 2023.