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Ford, C. A.; Bearman, P. S.; & Moody, J. (1999). Foregone Health Care Among Adolescents. JAMA, The Journal of the American Medical Association. vol. 282 (23) pp. 2227-2234
Fors, S. W.; Crepaz, N.; & Hayes, D. M. (1999). Key Factors that Protect Against Health Risks in Youth: Further Evidence. American Journal of Health Behavior. vol. 23 (5) pp. 368-380
Gaughan, M. (1999). Predisposition and Pressure: Getting Drunk in Adolescent Friendships.
Goodman, E. (1999). The Role of Socioeconomic Status Gradients in Explaining Differences in US Adolescents' Health. American Journal of Public Health. vol. 89 (10) pp. 1522-1528 , PMCID: PMC1508793
Gordon-Larsen, P.; McMurray, R. G.; & Popkin, Barry M. (1999). Adolescent Physical Activity and Inactivity Vary by Ethnicity: The National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health. Journal of Pediatrics. vol. 135 (3) pp. 301-306
Harris, K. M. (1999). The Health Status and Risk Behavior of Adolescents in Immigrant Families. In Hernandez, D. J. (Ed.), Children of Immigrants: Health, Adjustment, and Public Assistance (pp. 286-347). Washington, DC: National Academy Press.
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. (Eds.), Advances in Population Research: Psychosocial Perspectives (pp. 189-226). London, UK: Kingsley.
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. vol. 35 (4) pp. 926-939