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Toledo Adolescent Relationships Study (TARS) Series

The Toledo Adolescent Relationships Study (TARS) Series explores the relationship qualities and the subjective meanings that motivate adolescent behavior. More specifically, this series seeks to examine the nature and meaning of adolescent relationship experiences (e.g. with family, peers, and dating partners) in an effort to discover how experiences associated with age, gender, race, and ethnicity influence the meaning of dating relationships. The series further investigates the relative impact of dating partners and peers on sexual behavior and contraceptive practices, as well as involvement in other problem behaviors that can contribute independently to sexual risk-taking. The longitudinal design of the Toledo Adolescent Relationship Study includes a schedule of follow-up interviews occurring one, three, and five years after the initial interview.

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2015
Copp, J.E.,  Kuhl, D.C.,  Giordano, P.C.,  Longmore, M.A.,  Manning, W.D. . Intimate partner violence in neighborhood context: The roles of structural disadvantage, subjective disorder, and emotional distress. Social Science Research. 53, 59-72.
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2015
Giordano, Peggy C.,  Kaufman, Angela M.,  Manning, Wendy D.,  Longmore, Monica A. Teen dating violence: The influence of friendships and school context. Sociological Focus. 48, (2), 150-171.
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2015
Lyons, Heidi A.,  Manning, Wendy D.,  Longmore, Monica A.,  Giordano, Peggy C. Gender and casual sexual activity from adolescence to emerging adulthood: Social and life course correlates. Journal of Sex Research. 52, (5), 543-557.
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2014
Copp, Jennifer E. Normative Beliefs, Financial Strains, and IPV in Young Adulthood. Dissertation, Bowling Green State University.
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2014
Copp, Jennifer E.,  Kuhl, Danielle,  Giordano, Peggy C.,  Longmore, Monica A.,  Manning, Wendy D. Neighborhood Disadvantage, Strain, and Intimate Partner Violence: Linking Structural Context to Emotional Response. 2014 Working Paper Series . Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State University, The Center for Family and Demographic Research.
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2014
Johnson, Wendi L.,  Giordano, Peggy C.,  Longmore, Monica A.,  Manning, Wendy D. Intimate partner violence and depressive symptoms during adolescence and young adulthood. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 55, (1), 39-55.
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2014
Johnson, Wendi L.,  Giordano, Peggy C.,  Manning, Wendy D.,  Longmore, Monica A. The Age-IPV Curve: Changes in Intimate Partner Violence Perpetration During Adolescence and Young Adulthood. 2014 Working Paper Series. Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State University, Center for Family and Demographic Research.
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2014
Kaufman, Angela M. Familial Background and Relationship-Specific Correlates of Intimate Partner Violence Across the Lifecourse. Dissertation, Bowling Green State University.
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2014
Longmore, Monica A.,  Manning, Wendy D.,  Giordano, Peggy C.,  Copp, Jennifer E. Intimate partner victimization, poor relationship quality, and depressive symptoms during young adulthood. Social Science Research. 48, 77-89.
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2014
Manning, Wendy D.,  Longmore, Monica A.,  Copp, Jennifer,  Giordano, Peggy C. The complexities of adolescent dating and sexual relationships: Fluidity, meaning(s), and implications for young adults' well-being. New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development. 144, 53-69.
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