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Li, Yi & Guo, Guang (2020). Heterogeneous Peer Effects on Marijuana Use: Evidence from a Natural Experiment. Social Science & Medicine, 252, 112907.

Li, Yi; Woodberry, Robert; Liu, Hexuan; & Guo, Guang (2020). Why Are Women More Religious than Men? Do Risk Preferences and Genetic Risk Predispositions Explain the Gender Gap?. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 59(2), 289-310.

Tong, Guangyu & Guo, Guang (2020). The Life-Course Association of Birth-Weight Genes with Self-Rated Health. Biodemography and Social Biology, 65(3), 268-86.

Li, Yi & Guo, Guang (2016). Peer Influence on Aggressive Behavior, Smoking, and Sexual Behavior: A Study of Randomly-Assigned College Roommates. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 57(3), 297-318.

Liu, Hexuan & Guo, Guang (2016). Opportunities and Challenges of Big Data for the Social Sciences: The Case of Genomic Data. Social Science Research, 59, 13-22. PMCID: PMC5480284

Roettger, Michael E.; Boardman, Jason D.; Harris, Kathleen Mullan; & Guo, Guang (2016). The Association between the MAOA 2R Genotype and Delinquency over Time among Men. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 43(8), 1076-94. PMCID: PMC5640317

Daw, Jonathan D.; Guo, Guang; & Harris, Kathleen Mullan (2015). Nurture Net of Nature: Re-Evaluating the Role of Shared Environments in Academic Achievement and Verbal Intelligence. Social Science Research, 52, 422-39. PMCID: PMC4888873

Guo, Guang; Li, Yi; Owen, Craig; Wang, Hongyu; & Duncan, Greg J. (2015). A Natural Experiment of Peer Influences on Youth Alcohol Use. Social Science Research, 52, 193-207. PMCID: PMC6642063

Guo, Guang; Li, Yi; Wang, Hongyu; Cai, Tianji; & Duncan, Greg J. (2015). Peer Influence, Genetic Propensity, and Binge Drinking: A Natural Experiment and a Replication. American Journal of Sociology, 121(3), 914-54. PMCID: PMC6650272

Guo, Guang; Liu, Hexuan; Wang, Ling; Shen, Haipeng; & Hu, Wen (2015). The Genome-Wide Influence on Human BMI Depends on Physical Activity, Life Course, and Historical Period. Demography, 52(5), 1651-70. PMCID: PMC6642062