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The Add Health bibliography includes more than 6,000 journal articles, presentations, unpublished manuscripts, books, book chapters and dissertations by Add Health researchers. To obtain a copy of any item, please check the citation to see if a URL link to the article is available, or 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.

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Bearman, P. S.; & Brueckner, H. (2002). Opposite-Sex Twins and Adolescent Same-Sex Attraction. American Journal of Sociology, 107(5), 1179-1205.

Bennett, P. R. (2002). Multiple Locations of Disadvantage: Race, Racial Residential Separation and Educational Achievement. Master's thesis / Doctoral dissertation, University of Michigan.

Bersamin, M. (2002). Adolescent Contraceptive Use: The Role of Culture on Birth Control Use at First and Most Recent Sexual Intercourse. Master's thesis / Doctoral dissertation, University of California, Davis.

Blum, R. W. (2002). Mothers' Influence on Teen Sex: Connections that Promote Postponing Sexual Intercourse. Center for Adolescent Health and Development, University of Minnesota. Minneapolis.

Blum, R.; McNeely, C.; & Nonnemaker, J. (2002). Vulnerability, Risk, and Protection. Journal of Adolescent Health, 31S, 28-39.

Borowsky, I. W.; Ireland, M.; & Resnick, M. D. (2002). Violence risk and protective factors among youth held back in school. Ambul Pediatr, 2(6), 475-484.

Brinig, M. F.; & Nock, S. L. (2002). How Much Does Legal Status Matter: Adoptions by Kin Caregivers. Family Law Quarterly, 36(3), 449-474.

Brown Smith, N. C. (2002). Health Beliefs as Predictors of Parent-Teen Communications About Pregnancy, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Sexual Respect, and Sexual Morality. Master's thesis / Doctoral dissertation, University of Florida.

Brueckner, H.; & Bearman, P. (2002). Gendered Relations: Peer Influences on Sexual Debut Among Adolescents. Presented at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Carolina Population Center, Bethesda, MD.

Bryant, C.; & Wickrama, K. A. S. (2002). Influence of Community Context in Relationships Success Among Diverse Population. Front Annual Summer Institute, Family Research Consortium 3. Charlotte, NC.

Bynum, M. S.; & Kotchick, B. A. (2002). Parenting Practices and Well-Being in African-American Early Adolescents. Society for Research on Adolescence. New Orleans, LA.

Caldwell, R. M.; Cleveland, H. H.; & Lemos, A. (2002). Social Stress and Risk Behavior Among Minority Adolescents: Implications for Research and Practice. American Psychological Association. Chicago, IL.

Caldwell, R. M.; Cleveland, H. H.; Silverman, J.; & Tallent, R. (2002). Future Uncertainty: The Influence of Social Stress and Cognitive Processes on Vulnerability to Engage in Violent Behavior Among African American and Caucasian Adolescents. Association of Black Psychologists. San Diego, CA.

Campbell, M. (2002). The 'One-Drop Rule:' How Salient is Hypodescent for Multiracial Americans with African American Ancestry? American Sociological Association. Chicago, IL.

Campbell, M.; & Eggerling-Boeck, J. (2002). What About the Children? The Psychological and Social Well-Being of Multiracial Adolescents. American Sociological Association. Chicago, IL.

Cheng, M. M.; & Udry, J. R. (2002). Sexual behaviors of physically disabled adolescents in the United States. J Adolesc Health, 31(1), 48-58.

Clark, A. E.; & Lohéac, Y. (2002). It wasn't me, it was them! A study of social influence in risky behaviour by adolescents. Presented at the European Conference on Health Economists, Paris, France.

Clark, A. E.; & Lohéac, Y. (2002). It wasn't me, it was them! A study of social influence in risky behaviour by adolescents. Presented at the Spring Meeting of Young Economists, Paris, France.

Cleveland, H. H.; & Wiebe, R. P. (2002). Analysis of Shared Genetic and Environmental Influences on the Covariance of Adolescents' Aggressive Behaviors and Sexual Attitudes. American Society of Criminology. Chicago, IL.

Cota-Robles, S.; Neiss, M.; & Rowe, D. C. (2002). The Role of Puberty in Violent and Nonviolent Delinquency Among Anglo American, Mexican American, and African American Boys. Journal of Adolescent Research, 17(4), 364-376.