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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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Burke, A. L. (1999). Religion as Family Social Capital: Family Risk, Religiosity and Adolescent Problem Behavior. American Sociological Association. Chicago, IL.

Chan, R. (1999). Social Context, Adolescent Misconduct and Psychological Adjustment Among Chinese American and Filipino American Adolescents.

Craig, S. E. (1999). A Structural Equation Model of Contributing Factors to Adolescent Social Interest.

Erkut, S. & Tracy, A. J. (1999). Protective effects of sports participation on girls’ sexual behavior. Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association. Boston, MA.

Flores, S. A. (1999). Alcohol Use and Sexual Risk Behaviors in Adolescent Couples.

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