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1999
Argue, Amy,  Johnson, David R.,  White, Lynn K. Age and religiosity: Evidence from a three-wave panel analysis. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. 38, (3), 423-435.
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1995
Johnson, David R. Alternative methods for the quantitative analysis of panel data in family research: Pooled time-series models. Journal of Marriage and Family. 57, (4), 1065-1077.
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2000
Knoester, Chris,  Booth, Alan . Barriers to divorce: When are they effective? When are they not?. Journal of Family Issues. 21, (1), 78-99.
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1995
Booth, Alan,  Johnson, David R.,  Branaman, Ann,  Sica, Alan . Belief and behavior: Does relgion matter in today's marriage?. Journal of Marriage and Family. 57, (3), 661-671.
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2001
Rogers, Stacy J.,  DeBoer, Danelle D. Changes in wives' income: Effects on marital happiness, psychological well-being, and the risk of divorce. Journal of Marriage and Family. 63, (2), 458 -
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1997
Zuo, Jiping . The effect of men's breadwinner status on their changing gender beliefs. Sex Roles. 37, (9/10), 799-816.
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2001
Amato, Paul R.,  Sobolewski, Juliana M. The effects of divorce and marital discord on adult children's psychological well-being. American Sociological Review. 66, (6), 900-921.
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1996
Amato, Paul R. Explaining the intergenerational transmission of divorce. Journal of Marriage and Family. 58, (3), 628-640.
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1987
White, Lynn K.,  Kim, Hyunju . The Family-Building Process: Childbearing Choices by Parity. Journal of Marriage and Family. 49, (2), 271-279.
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2002
Myers, Scott M.,  Booth, Alan . Forerunners of change in nontraditional gender ideology. Social Psychology Quarterly. 65, (1), 18-27.
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1997
Amato, Paul R.,  Booth, Alan . A Generation At Risk: Growing Up in an Era of Family Upheaval. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
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1999
Grzywacz, Joseph G. Growing up healthy: The ecology of child well-being. Family Relations. 48, (4), 433-435.
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2000
Rogers, Stacy J.,  Amato, Paul R. Have changes in gender relations affected marital quality?. Social Forces. 79, (2), 731-753.
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2007
Welch-Groves, Shannon T. The Influence of Parental Religiosity on Parent-Child Relationship Satisfaction. Dissertation, University of Northern Colorado.
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1996
Myers, Scott M. An interactive model of religiosity inheritance: The importance of family context. American Sociological Review. 61, (5), 858-866.
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1997
Rogers, Stacy J.,  Amato, Paul R. Is Marital Quality Declining? The Evidence from Two Generations. Social Forces. 75, (3), 1089-1100.
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1997
Amato, Paul R.,  Rogers, Stacy J. A longitudinal study of marital problems and subsequent divorce. Journal of Marriage and Family. 59, (3), 612-624.
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2001
Van Laningham, Jody,  Johnson, David R.,  Amato, Paul R. Marital happiness, marital duration, and the U-shaped curve: Evidence from a five-wave panel study. Social Forces. 79, (4), 1313-1341.
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1993
Booth, Alan,  Amato, Paul R.,  Johnson, David R.,  Edwards, John N. Marital Instability over the Life Course: Methodology Report for Fourth Wave. University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Department of Sociology.
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1998
Johnson, David R.,  Booth, Alan . Marital Quality: A Product of the Dyadic Environment or Individual Factors?. Social Forces. 76, (3), 883-904.
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1997
Myers, Scott M. Marital Uncertainty and Childbearing. Social Forces. 75, (4), 1271-1289.
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2000
Myers, Scott M. Moving into Adulthood: Family Residential Mobility and First-Union Transitions. Social Science Quarterly. 81, (3), 782-797.
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1995
Loomis, Laura Spencer,  Booth, Alan . Multigenerational Caregiving and Well-Being: The Myth of the Beleaguered Sandwich Generation. Journal of Family Issues. 16, (2), 131-148.
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2002
King, Valarie . Parental divorce and interpersonal trust in adult offspring. Journal of Marriage and Family. 64, (3), 642 -
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1995
Amato, Paul R.,  Loomis, Laura Spencer,  Booth, Alan . Parental Divorce, Marital Conflict, and Offspring Well-being during Early Adulthood. Social Forces. 73, (3), 895-915.
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