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Publications

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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Puskar, K.R.; Tusaie-Mumford, K.; Sereika, S.; & Lamb, J. (1999). Health Concers and Risk Behaviors of Rural Adolescents. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 16(2), 109-119.

Roche, K. (1999). Neighborhood Characteristics and Social Capital: Influences on the Association Between Parenting and Fighting and Delinquency Among Adolescent Males.

Roche, K.M.; Webster, D.; Alexander, C.S.; & Ensminger, M.E. (1999). Neighborhood effects on the association between parenting and adolescent males' fighting behaviors.

Rowe, D.C.; Almeida, D.; & Jacobson, K. (1999). School Context and Genetic Influences on Aggression in Adolescence. Psychological Science, 10(3), 277-280.

Rowe, D.C.; Jacobson, K.C.; & Van den Oord, E.J.C.G. (1999). Genetic and environmental influences on vocabulary IQ: Parental education level as moderator. Child Development, 70(5), 1151-1162.

Swisher, R.R. (1999). Neighborhood effects on adolescent college expectations.

Ward, C.L. (1999). Social Contexts, Development, and Juvenile Delinquency: A Community Perspective.

Bearman, Peter S. & Burns, Laura J. (1998). Adolescents, health, and school: Early analyses from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health. NASSP Bulletin, 82(601), 1-12.

Billy, J.O.G.; Grady, W.R.; Wenzlow, A.T.; Brener, N.D.; Collins, J.L.; & Kann, L. (1998). Contextual Influences on School Provision of Health Services. Journal of Adolescent Health, 27(1), 12-24.

Billy, J.O.G.; Wenzlow, A.T.; & Grady, W.R. (1998). User Documentation for the Add Health Contextual Database. Seattle: Battelle, Centers for Public Health Research and Evaluation.