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1982
Mott, Frank L.,  Mott, Susan H. Attitude Consistency Among American Youth. American Sociological Association Meetings. San Francisco, CA.
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1982
Mott, Frank L.,  Haurin, R. Jean . Being an only child: Effects on educational progression and career orientation. Journal of Family Issues. 3, (4), 575-593.
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1979
Mott, Frank L.,  Moore, Sylvia F. The causes of marital disruption among young American women: An interdisciplinary perspective. Journal of Marriage and Family. 41, 355-365.
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1981
Mott, Frank L.,  Shapiro, David . Complementarity of Work and Fertility Among Young American Mothers. Center for Human Resource Research, Mimeograph.
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1976
Mott, Frank L.,  Moore, Sylvia F. The determinants and consequences of occupational information for young women. Columbus, OH: Center for Human Resource Research, Ohio State University.
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1996
Mott, Frank L.,  Fondell, Michelle M.,  Hu, Paul N.,  Kowaleski-Jones, Lori,  Menaghan, Elizabeth G. The Determinants of First Sex by Age 14 in a High-Risk Adolescent Population. Family Planning Perspectives. 28, (1), 13-18.
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1990
Abma, Joyce C.,  Mott, Frank L. Determinants of Pregnancy Wantedness: Profiling the Population from an Interventionist Perspective. International Symposium on Public Policies Toward Unwanted Pregnancies. Pittsburgh, PA.
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1994
Abma, Joyce C.,  Mott, Frank L. Determinants of Pregnancy Wantedness: Profiling the Population from an Interventionist Perspective. Policy Studies Review. 13, (1/2), 39-62.
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1981
Mott, Frank L.,  Moore, Sylvia F. The Determinants of Remarriage among Young American Women. Meetings of the Population Association of America. Washington, DC.
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1991
Mott, Frank L. Developmental effects of infant care: The mediating role of gender and health. Journal of Social Issues. 47, (2), 139-158.
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1988
Marsiglio, William,  Mott, Frank L. Does Wanting to Become Pregnant with a First Child Affect Subsequent Maternal Behaviors and Infant Birth Weight?. Journal of Marriage and Family. 50, (4), 1023-1036.
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1982
D'Amico, Ronald,  Haurin, R. Jean,  Mott, Frank L. The Effects of Mothers Employment on Adolescent and Early Adult Outcomes of Young Men and Women. Center for Human Resource Research, .
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1982
Mott, Frank L. The Employment Revolution: Young American Women in the 1970s. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
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1985
Mott, Frank L. Evaluation of fertility data and analytical results from the 1983 (5th round) survey of the National Longitudinal Surveys of Work Experience of Youth. Columbus, OH: Center for Human Resource Research, Ohio State University.
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1979
Parnes, Herbert S.,  Nestel, Gilbert,  Chirikos, Thomas N.,  Daymont, Thomas N.,  Mott, Frank L.,  Parsons, Donald O.,  et al . From the Middle to the Later Years: Longitudinal Studies of the Preretirement and Retirement Experiences of Men. Columbus, OH: Center for Human Resource Research.
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1997
Menaghan, Elizabeth G.,  Kowaleski-Jones, Lori,  Mott, Frank L. The intergenerational costs of parental social stressors: Academic and social difficulties in early adolescence for children of young mothers. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 38, (1), 72-86.
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1980
Macke, Anne Statham,  Mott, Frank L. The intergenerational transmission of work and family attitudes. Research in Labor Economics. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.
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1990
Abma, Joyce C.,  Mott, Frank L. Is There a 'Bad Mother' Syndrome? Evidence of Overlapping High Risk Behavior During Pregnancy Among a National Cross-section of Young Mothers. Population Association of America Meetings. Toronto, Canada.
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1978
Shapiro, David,  Mott, Frank L. Labor force attachment during the early childbearing years: Evidence from the National Longitudinal Surveys of Young Women. Annales de l'INSEE. 30-31, 565-598.
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1979
Shapiro, David,  Mott, Frank L. Labor supply behavior of prospective and new mothers. Demography. 16, 199-208.
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1994
Shapiro, David,  Mott, Frank L. Long-Term Employment and Earnings of Women in Relation to Employment Behavior Surrounding the First Birth. Journal of Human Resources. 29, (2), 248-275.
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1991
Mott, Frank L.,  Quinlan, Stephen V. Maternal-Child Health Data from the NLSY: 1988 Tabulations and Summary Discussion. Columbus, OH: Center for Human Resource Research, Ohio State University.
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1978
Mott, Frank L. The NLS Mature Women's Cohort: A Socioeconomic Overview. Women's Changing Roles at Home and On the Job, Special Report. 26, National Commission on Manpower Policy.
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1993
Baker, Paula C.,  Keck, Canada K.,  Mott, Frank L.,  Quinlan, Stephen V. NLSY Child Handbook: A Guide to the 1986-1990 National Longitudinal Survey of Youth Child Data. Revised Edition. Columbus, OH: Center for Human Resource Research, Ohio State University.
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