The Add Health bibliography includes over 5,000 publications, presentations, unpublished manuscripts, and dissertations by Add Health researchers. To obtain a copy of any item, please contact the author. New users may want to refer to the user guides and documentation written by Add Health staff for help with understanding and analyzing Add Health data.
Sexual Self-Efficacy Is Linked to Adolescent Females’ Social Advantage. (2015). John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Vaughn, M. G. (Ed.). (2015). The Routledge International Handbook of Biosocial Criminology. Abingdon, Oxon, UK: Routledge.
Aguirre, Evelyn. (2015). Depressive symptoms and suicidality among survivors of intimate partner violence. Doctoral dissertation, California State University, Los Angeles.
Allen, Chenoa; & McNeely, C. (2015). Self-rated Health in Disparities Research: Construct Validity of SRH Across Racial/Ethnic Groups and Immigrant Generations Among U.S. Adolescents and Young Adults. Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine. Los Angeles, CA.
Alpman, A. (2015). Implementing Rubin's Alternative Multiple Imputation Method for Statistical Matching in Stata. Documents de Travail du Centre d'Economie de la Sorbonne: CES Working Papers.
Amialchuk, A.; & Gerhardinger, L. (2015). Contraceptive Use and Pregnancies in Adolescents' Romantic Relationships: Role of Relationship Activities and Parental Attitudes and Communication. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 36(2), 86-97.
Barber, Carolyn; & Wasson, Jillian Woodford. (2015). A Comparison of Adolescents’ Friendship Networks by Advanced Coursework Participation Status. Gifted Child Quarterly, 59(1), 23-37.
Bartels, Meike. (2015). Genetics of Wellbeing and Its Components Satisfaction with Life, Happiness, and Quality of Life: A Review and Meta-analysis of Heritability Studies. Behavior Genetics, 45(2), 137-156.
Bauldry, Shawn. (2015). Variation in the Protective Effect of Higher Education against Depression. Society and Mental Health.
Becker, StephenP; Langberg, JoshuaM; & Byars, KellyC. (2015). Advancing a Biopsychosocial and Contextual Model of Sleep in Adolescence: A Review and Introduction to the Special Issue. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 1-32.
Bergmann, Julie N.; & Stockman, Jamila K. (2015). How does Intimate Partner Violence Affect Condom and Oral Contraceptive Use in the United States? A Systematic Review of the Literature. Contraception, 0.
Bernert, RebeccaA; Kim, JoanneS; Iwata, NaomiG; & Perlis, MichaelL. (2015). Sleep Disturbances as an Evidence-Based Suicide Risk Factor. Current Psychiatry Reports, 17(3), 1-9.
Boucher, Vincent. (2015). STRUCTURAL HOMOPHILY. International Economic Review, 56(1), 235-264.
Boutwell, Brian B.; & Lewis, Richard. (2015). Some kind of madness: the biosocial origins of intimate partner violence. In Beaver, Kevin M., Barnes, J. C. & Boutwell, Brian B. (Eds.), The nurture versus biosocial debate in criminology (pp. 269-282). SAGE Publications.
Brutz, M.; & Meyer, F. G. (2015). A Modular Multiscale Approach to Overlapping Community Detection. ArXiv.org.
Cesur, Resul; Sabia, Joseph J.; & Tekin, Erdal. (2015). Combat Exposure and Migraine Headache: Evidence from Exogenous Deployment Assignment. Economics & Human Biology, 16, 81-99.
Chan, Zully. (2015). Mental health utilization among Asian-Americans: The role of acculturation. Doctoral dissertation, California State University, Los Angeles.
Converse, Patrick D.; Thackray, Michelle; Piccone, Katrina; Sudduth, Mary Margaret; Tocci, Michael C.; & Miloslavic, Stephanie A. (2015). Integrating self-control with physical attractiveness and cognitive ability to examine pathways to career success. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, n/a-n/a.
Cronley, C.; Jeong, S.; Davis, J. B.; & Madden, E. (2015). Effects of Homelessness and Child Maltreatment on the Likelihood of Engaging in Property and Violent Crime During Adulthood. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment.
Daw, Jonathan; Guo, Guang; & Harris, Kathie Mullan. (2015). Nurture Net of Nature: Re-Evaluating the Role of Shared Environments in Academic Achievement and Verbal Intelligence. Social Science Research, 0.