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2013
Hughes, Michael,  Kiecolt, K. Jill,  Keith, Verna M. How racial identity moderates the impact of financial stress on mental health among African Americans. Society and Mental Health.
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2011
Houle, Jason,  Staff, Jeremy,  Mortimer, Jeylan,  Uggen, Christopher,  Blackstone, Amy . The impact of sexual harassment on depressive symptoms during the early occupational career. Society and Mental Health. 1, 89-105.
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2011
Thoits, Peggy A. Perceived social support and the voluntary, mixed, or pressured use of mental health services. Society and Mental Health. 1, (1), 4-19.
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2012
Brown, Robyn Lewis,  Turner, R. Jay . Physical limitation and anger: Stress exposure and assessing the role of psychosocial resources. Society and Mental Health. 2, (2), 69-84.
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2012
Schnittker, J. The proximity of common unhappiness and misery. Society and Mental Health. 2, (3), 135-153.
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2011
Pare, Paul-Philippe,  Logan, Matthew W. Risks of minor and serious violent victimization in prison: The impact of inmates' mental disorders, physical disabilities, and physical size. Society and Mental Health. 1, (2), 106-123.
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2012
Cheadle, Jacob E.,  Goosby, Bridget J. The small-school friendship dynamics of adolescent depressive symptoms. Society and Mental Health. 2, 99-119.
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