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The Add Health bibliography includes more than 8,000 journal articles, presentations, manuscripts, books, book chapters and dissertations using Add Health data sets. 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.

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Cancio, Roberto (2020). Military Cohorts, Substance Use, and Male-Perpetrated Intimate Partner Violence. Violence Against Women.

Cheatham, Leah P. & Randolph, Karen (2020). Education and Employment Transitions among Young Adults with Disabilities: Comparisons by Disability Status, Type and Severity. International Journal of Disability, Development and Education, 1-24.

Chen, Edith; Yu, Tianyi; Siliezar, Rebekah; Drage, Jane N.; Dezil, Johanna; Miller, Gregory E.; & Brody, Gene H. (2020). Evidence for skin-deep resilience using a co-twin control design: Effects on low-grade inflammation in a longitudinal study of youth. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity.

Chen, Xiaojin & Jiang, Xin (2020). Children's immigrant generational status and delinquency: The mediating effects of friendship networks. Social Science Research.

Childs, Kristina K.; Brady, Caitlin M.; Cameron, Alesha L. J.; & Kaukinen, Catherine (2020). The Role of Family Structure and Family Processes on Adolescent Problem Behavior. Deviant Behavior, 1-16.

Chung, Bobby W. (2020). Peers’ parents and educational attainment: The exposure effect. Labour Economics.

Chung, Samantha H.; Biely, Christopher; & Dudovitz, Rebecca (2020). Firearm access and adolescent health: Safety in numbers?. SSM - Population Health.

Clark, Brian & Shi, Ying (2020). Low-Income Female Students and the Reversal of the Black-White Gap in High School Graduation. AERA Open, 6(2).

Cole, Steven W.; Shanahan, Michael J.; Gaydosh, Lauren; & Harris, Kathleen Mullan (2020). Population-based RNA profiling in Add Health finds social disparities in inflammatory and antiviral gene regulation to emerge by young adulthood. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Coleman, Daniel; Feigelman, William; & Rosen, Zohn (2020). Association of High Traditional Masculinity and Risk of Suicide Death: Secondary Analysis of the Add Health Study. JAMA Psychiatry.