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Stoddard, Sarah Anne, and J. Pierce. Forthcoming. "Alcohol and Marijuana Use and Intentions Among Adolescents: The Role of the Reasoned Action Approach and Positive Future Orientation." Youth and Society.
Patrick, Megan E., John E. Schulenberg, and Patrick M. O'Malley. 2016. "High School Substance Use as a Predictor of College Attendance, Completion, and Dropout: A National Multi-cohort Longitudinal Study." Youth and Society, 48(3): 425-447. PMCID: PMC4847148.
Martz, M., John E. Schulenberg, Megan E. Patrick, and D. Kloska. Forthcoming. ""I Am So Bored!": Prevalence Rates and Sociodemographic and Contextual Correlates of High Boredom Among American Adolescents." Youth and Society.
Williams, Abigail B., Joseph P. Ryan, Pamela E. Davis-Kean, Vonnie C. McLoyd, and John E. Schulenberg. Forthcoming. "The Discontinuity of Offending Among African American Youth in the Juvenile Justice System." Youth and Society.
Savolainen, Jukka, W. Alex Mason, Lorine A. Hughes, Hanna Ebeling, Tuula M. Hurtig, and Anja M. Taanila. 2015. "Pubertal Development and Sexual Intercourse Among Adolescent Girls: An Examination of Direct, Mediated, and Spurious Pathways." Youth and Society, 47(4): 520-538.