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The Add Health bibliography includes more than 6,000 journal articles, presentations, unpublished manuscripts, books, book chapters and dissertations by Add Health researchers.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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Hummer, Robert A.; & Hargrove, Taylor Woodland. (2018). Methodology session 2: Overview of ancillary study applications—Adding supplemental data to Add Health. 2018 Add Health Users Conference. Bethesda, MD.

Iratzoqui, A. (2018). Strain and Opportunity: A Theory of Repeat Victimization. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 33(8), 1366-1387.

Jackson, Margot I.; & Short, Susan E. (2018). Gender differences in biological function in young adulthood: An intragenerational perspective. RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences, 4(4), 98-119.

Jackson, Stacey. (2018). The relationship between birth order, suicidal ideation, and suicide attempts in adolescents. Master's thesis / Doctoral dissertation, California School for Professional Psychology, Alliant International University.

Jarmul, Jamie; Pletcher, Mark J.; Hassmiller Lich, Kristen; Wheeler, Stephanie B.; Weinberger, Morris; Avery, Christy L.; Jonas, Daniel E.; Earnshaw, Stephanie; & Pignone, Michael. (2018). Cardiovascular genetic risk testing for targeting statin therapy in the primary prevention of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, 11(4), e004171.

Jeanne, Thomas L.; Hooker, Elizabeth R.; Nguyen, Thuan; Messer, Lynne C.; Sacks, Rebecca M.; Andrea, Sarah B.; & Boone-Heinonen, Janne. (2018). High birth weight modifies association between adolescent physical activity and cardiometabolic health in women and not men. Preventive Medicine, 108, 29-35.

Jensen, T. M. (2018). A typology of interactional patterns between youth and their stepfathers: Associations with family relationship quality and youth well-being. Family Process.

Jensen, Todd M.; & Lippold, Melissa A. (2018). Patterns of stepfamily relationship quality and adolescents' short-term and long-term adjustment. Journal of Family Psychology.

Jensen, Todd M.; & Weller, Bridget E. (2018). Latent profiles of residential stepfamily relationship quality and family stability. Journal of Divorce and Remarriage.

Johnson, Moira Pauline. (2018). Early-life non-cognitive resources and health behaviors in young adulthood. Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America. Denver, CO.

Johxhe, Majlinda; & Corrado, Luisa. (2018). Body mass index and social interactions from adolescence to adulthood. 2018 Add Health Users Conference. Bethesda, MD.

Joyner, Kara; Balistreri, Kelly; & Kao, Grace. (2018). Racial diversity and attitudes towards interracial relationships. Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. Philadelphia, PA.

Joyner, Kara; Prince, Barbara F.; & Manning, Wendy. (2018). Context and the psychological well-being of sexual minority women in young adulthood. Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America. Denver, CO.

Kahn, Nicole F.; & Halpern, Carolyn T. (2018). Associations between patterns of sexual initiation, sexual partnering, and sexual health outcomes from adolescence to early adulthood. Archives of Sexual Behavior.

Kahn, Nicole Fran; & Halpern, Carolyn Tucker. (2018). Is gender-typed behavior associated with sexual orientation? Evidence from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health. Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America. Denver, CO.

Kahn, Nicole Fran; & Halpern, Carolyn Tucker. (2018). The Relationship Between Cognitive Ability and Experiences of Vaginal, Oral, and Anal Sex in the United States. Journal of Sex Research, 55(1), 99-105.

Kanazawa, Satoshi; & Still, Mary C. (2018). Is there really a beauty premium or an ugliness penalty on earnings? Journal of Business and Psychology, 33(2), 249-262.

Kanazawa, Satoshi; Hu, Shihao; & Larere, Adrien. (2018). Why do very unattractive workers earn so much? Economics and Human Biology, 29, 189-197.

Kanazawa, Satoshi; Segal, Nancy L.; & de Meza, David. (2018). Why are there more same-sex than opposite-sex dizygotic twins? Human Reproduction, 33(5), 930-934.

Kane, J. B.; Harris, K. M.; Morgan, S. P.; & Guilkey, D. K. (2018). Pathways of health and human capital from adolescence into young adulthood. Social Forces, 96(3), 949-976.