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The Add Health bibliography includes over 5,000 publications, presentations, unpublished manuscripts, and dissertations by Add Health researchers.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.


Martin-Storey, A.; Cheadle, J. E.; Skalamera, J. M.; & Crosnoe, R. (In press). Exploring the social integration of sexual minority youth across high school contexts. Child Development.

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.

Barber, Carolyn; & Wasson, Jillian Woodford. (2015). A Comparison of Adolescents’ Friendship Networks by Advanced Coursework Participation Status. Gifted Child Quarterly, 59(1), 23-37.

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.

Boucher, Vincent. (2015). STRUCTURAL HOMOPHILY. International Economic Review, 56(1), 235-264.

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.

Deng, Y.; Lee, K.; Lam, M. H.; & Lee, P. H. (2015). Understanding Sociobehavioral Mitigators of Depressive Symptoms among US Young Adults. Behavioral Medicine, 0.

Deutsch, Arielle R.; & Crockett, Lisa J. (2015). Gender, Generational Status, and Parent–Adolescent Sexual Communication: Implications for Latino/a Adolescent Sexual Behavior. Journal of Research on Adolescence.

Dunn, Erin C.; Richmond, Tracy K.; Milliren, Carly E.; & Subramanian, S. V. (2015). Using cross-classified multilevel models to disentangle school and neighborhood effects: An example focusing on smoking behaviors among adolescents in the United States. Health & Place, 31(0), 224-232.

Eitle, D.; Greene, K.; & Eitle, T. M. (2015). American indians, substance use, and sexual behavior: do predictors of sexually transmitted infections explain the race gap among young adults? Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 42(2), 64-7.

Espinoza, Benigna. (2015). Suicide ideation among sexually abused youth. Doctoral dissertation, California State University, Los Angeles.

Fatima, Y.; Doi, S. A. R.; & Mamun, A. A. (2015). Longitudinal impact of sleep on overweight and obesity in children and adolescents: a systematic review and bias-adjusted meta-analysis. Obesity Reviews, n/a-n/a.

Felson, Richard B.; & Kreager, Derek A. (2015). Group Differences in Delinquency: What Is There to Explain? Race and Justice, 5(1), 58-87.

Fine, Leigh E. (2015). Penalized or Privileged? Sexual Identity, Gender, and Postsecondary Educational Attainment. American Journal of Education, 121(2), 271-297.

Ford, Jodi L.; & Browning, Christopher R. (2015). Exposure to neighborhood immigrant concentration from adolescence to young adulthood and immune function among Latino young adults. Health & Place, 32(0), 59-64.

Hallbrooks, Landon Derrick. (2015). The effects of childhood abuse and maltreatment on educational achievement and the role of parental emotional and financial support. Doctoral dissertation, California State University, Los Angeles.

Hatzenbuehler, M. L.; McLaughlin, K. A.; & Xuan, Z. (2015). Social Networks and Sexual Orientation Disparities in Tobacco and Alcohol Use. J Stud Alcohol Drugs, 76(1), 117-126.