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Bibliographic Entry Environmental risks outweigh dopaminergic genetic risks for alcohol use and abuse from adolescence through early adulthood
Coley, Rebekah Levine; Sims, Jacqueline; & Carrano, Jennifer. (2017). Environmental risks outweigh dopaminergic genetic risks for alcohol use and abuse from adolescence through early adulthood. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 175, 106-118.
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Bibliographic Entry Peer Influence, Peer Selection and Adolescent Alcohol Use: a Simulation Study Using a Dynamic Network Model of Friendship Ties and Alcohol Use
Wang, C.; Hipp, J. R.; Butts, C. T.; Jose, R.; & Lakon, C. M. (2017). Peer Influence, Peer Selection and Adolescent Alcohol Use: a Simulation Study Using a Dynamic Network Model of Friendship Ties and Alcohol Use. Prevention Science, 18(4), 382-393.
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Bibliographic Entry Alcohol use from adolescence through early adulthood: An assessment of measurement invariance by age and gender
Fish, J. N.; Pollitt, A. M.; Schulenberg, J. E.; & Russell, S. T. (2017). Alcohol use from adolescence through early adulthood: An assessment of measurement invariance by age and gender. Addiction, 112(8), 1495-1507.
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Bibliographic Entry Measuring alcohol use across the transition to adulthood: Racial/ethnic, sexual identity, and educational differences
Fish, Jessica N.; Pollitt, Amanda M.; Schulenberg, John E.; & Russell, Stephen T. (2018). Measuring alcohol use across the transition to adulthood: Racial/ethnic, sexual identity, and educational differences. Addictive Behaviors, 77(Supplement C), 193-202.
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Bibliographic Entry Parent–Child Relationship Quality Directly and Indirectly Influences Hooking Up Behavior Reported in Young Adulthood through Alcohol Use in Adolescence
Johnson, Matthew D. (2013). Parent–Child Relationship Quality Directly and Indirectly Influences Hooking Up Behavior Reported in Young Adulthood through Alcohol Use in Adolescence. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 42(8), 1463-1472.
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Bibliographic Entry Alcohol Outlet Density and Young Women’s Perpetration of Violence Toward Male Intimate Partners
Iritani, Bonita J; Waller, Martha W; Halpern, Carolyn Tucker; Moracco, Kathryn E; Christ, Sharon L; & Flewelling, Robert L. (2013). Alcohol Outlet Density and Young Women’s Perpetration of Violence Toward Male Intimate Partners. Journal of Family Violence, 28(5), 459-470. PMCID: PMC3729475 NIHMSID: NIHMS481030
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Bibliographic Entry Longitudinal Relationships Between College Education and Patterns of Heavy Drinking: A Comparison Between Caucasians and African-Americans
Chen, Pan; & Jacobson, Kristen C. (2013). Longitudinal Relationships Between College Education and Patterns of Heavy Drinking: A Comparison Between Caucasians and African-Americans. Journal of Adolescent Health, 53(3), 356-362. PMCID: PMC3755047 NIHMSID: NIHMS472013
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Bibliographic Entry Family Structure and Adolescent Alcohol Use Problems: Extending Popular Explanations to American Indians
Eitle, Tamela McNulty; Johnson-Jennings, Michelle; & Eitle, David J. (2013). Family Structure and Adolescent Alcohol Use Problems: Extending Popular Explanations to American Indians. Social Science Research, 42(6), 1467-1479. PMCID: PMC3761382 NIHMSID: NIHMS498794
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Bibliographic Entry Alcohol peer influence of participating in organized school activities: A network approach
Fujimoto, K.; & Valente, T. W. (2013). Alcohol peer influence of participating in organized school activities: A network approach. Health Psychology, 32(10), 1084-1092. PMCID: PMC3971990 NIHMSID: NIHMS565303
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Bibliographic Entry Suicidal ideation and substance use among adolescents and young adults: A bidirectional relation?
Zhang, Xiaoyun; & Wu, Li-Tzy. (2014). Suicidal ideation and substance use among adolescents and young adults: A bidirectional relation? Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 142, 63-73. PMCID: PMC4129651 NIHMSID: NIHMS609602
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