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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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Haynie, D.L. (1999). A Network Approach for Understanding Adolescent Delinquency.

Jaccard, J.; Dittus, P.; & Litardo, H. (1999). Parent-Adolescent Communication About Sex and Birth Control: Implications for Parent Based Interventions to Reduce Unintended Adolescent Pregnancy. In Miller, W. Severy, L. (Ed.), Advances in Population Research: Psychosocial Perspectives (pp. 189-226). London, UK: Kingsley.

Jacobson, K.C. (1999). Testing the Bioecological Model: Moderators of Genetic and Environmental Influences on Adolescent Adjustment.

Jacobson, K.C. & Rowe, D.C. (1999). Genetic and Environmental Influences on the Relationships Between Family Connectedness, School Connectedness, and Adolescent Depressed Mood: Sex Differences. Developmental Psychology, 35(4), 926-939.

Kaufman, J.M. (1999). Understanding Race and Violence: Why Life Experiences Matter.

Kern, L.J. (1999). Gottfredson and Hirschi's 'A General Theory of Crime': Testing the Complete Model.

Kilpatrick, M.; Ohanessian, C.; & Bartholomew, J.B. (1999). Adolescent Weight Management and Perceptions: An Analysis of the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health. Journal of School Health, 69(4), 148-152.

King, V.; Harris, K.M.; & Heard, H.E. (1999). Diversity in nonresident father involvement: Patterns and variation by race and ethnicity.

Kingery, Paul M.; Coggeshall, Mark B.; & Alford, Aaron A. (1999). Weapon carrying by youth: Risk factors and prevention. Education and Urban Society, 31(3), 309-333.

Kirby, J. (1999). Well-being of adolescents: Do co-resident grandparents matter?.