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McRee, J. N. (1999). Astride Sexual Maturity and Social Competence: Pubertal Development and Parent-Child Relationships in Modern Societies.

Meier, A. (1999). Social Capital and School Achievement: Mediating the Effects of Family Structure?. American Sociological Association. Chicago, IL.

Moody, J. (1999). The Structure of Adolescent Social Relations: Modeling Friendship in Dynamic Social Settings.

Mumford, E. A. (1999). Adolescent Smoking: The Role of Employment and Income.

Pesa, Jacqueline (1999). Psychosocial factors associated with dieting behaviors among female adolescents. Journal of School Health. vol. 69 (5) pp. 196-201

Pesa, Jacqueline A. & Turner, Lori W. (1999). Ethnic and racial differences in weight-loss behaviors among female adolescents: Results from a national survey. American Journal of Health Studies. vol. 15 (1) pp. 14-21

Puskar, K. R.; Tusaie-Mumford, K.; Sereika, S.; & Lamb, J. (1999). Health Concers and Risk Behaviors of Rural Adolescents. Journal of Community Health Nursing. vol. 16 (2) pp. 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. American Sociological Association. Chicago, IL.

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