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1999
Knight, Kevin,  Simpson, D. Dwayne,  Hiller, Matthew L. Three-year reincarceration outcomes for in-prison therapeutic community treatment in Texas. Prison Journal. 79, (3), 337-351.
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2014
Burstein, M.,  Beesdo-Baum, K.,  He, J.-P.,  Merikangas, K.R. . Threshold and subthreshold generalized anxiety disorder among US adolescents: Prevalence, sociodemographic, and clinical characteristics. Psychological Medicine. 44, (11), 2351-2362.
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2006
Palloni, Alberto,  McEniry, Mary,  Wong, Rebeca,  Pelaez, Martha . The tide to come: Elderly health in Latin America and the Carribbean. Journal of Aging and Health. 18, (2), 180-206.
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2004
Desmond, S.A. . Tied to a Bad Neighborhood: Do Social Ties Condition the Impact of Neighborhoods on Delinquency?. Pacific Sociological Association. San Francisco, CA.
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2014
Pyrooz, David C.,  Decker, Scott H.,  Webb, Vincent J. The ties that bind: Desistance from gangs. Crime and Delinquency. 60, (4), 491-516.
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2010
Gonzalez, Marco . The Ties That Bind: The Relationship Between Peer Relations and Student Achievement in the US and UK. City University of New York (CUNY) Children of Immigrants in School Conference. New York, NY.
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2003
Freese, J.,  Powell, B. Tilting at Twindmills: Rethinking Sociological Responses to Behavioral Genetics. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 44, 130-135.
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2009
Tong, Y. Time and neighborhood exposure, economic disparity and the volunteering of immigrant youth. Population Association of America Annual Meeting. Detroit, MI.
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2004
Nagin, D.S.,  Pogarsky, G. Time and punishment: Delayed consequences and criminal behavior. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 20, (4), 295-317.
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2011
Song, Younghwan . Time preference and time use: Do smokers exercise less?. Labour. 25, (3), 350-369.
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2007
Hitlin, S.,  Elder, Jr G.H. . Time, self, and the curiously abstract concept of agency. Sociological Theory. 25, (2), 170-191.
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1983
Brown, Charles,  Gilroy, Curtis,  Kohen, Andrew . Time-series evidence of the effect of the minimum wage on youth employment and unemployment. Journal of Human Resources. 18, (1), 3-31.
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2012
Shaw-Smith, Unique . Time to Consider: Timing of Parental Incarceration and Mastery. Charles E. Shanklin Graduate Symposium. Bowling Green, OH.
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1989
Osgood, D. Wayne, et al. . Time trends and age trends in arrests and self-reported illegal behavior. Criminology. 27, (3), 389-417.
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2005
Joyner, K.,  Peters, E.,  Yang, F. The timing and circumstances of early fatherhood. Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management. Washington, DC.
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2013
The, Natalie S.,  Richardson, Andrea S.,  Gordon-Larsen, Penny . Timing and duration of obesity in relation to diabetes: Findings from an ethnically diverse, nationally representative sample. Diabetes Care. 36, (4), 865-872.
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2007
Siennick, S.E. . The timing and mechanisms of the offending-depression link. Criminology. 45, (3), 701-734.
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2000
Lo, Celia C. Timing of drinking initiation: A trend study predicting drug use among high school seniors. Journal of Drug Issues. 30, (3), 525-554.
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2008
Lindley, Lisa L.,  Barnett, Corrie L.,  Brandt, Heather M.,  Hardin, James W.,  Burcin, Michelle . The timing of family instability and children's social development. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health. 40, (4), 212-217.
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2008
Spriggs, Aubrey L,  Halpern, Carolyn Tucker . Timing of sexual debut and initiation of postsecondary education by early adulthood. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health. 40, (3), 152-161.
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2006
Armour, S. Timing of sexual initiation and adolescent depression. American Sociological Association Annual Meeting. Montreal, Canada.
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2006
National Institute on Drug Abuse . Tobacco Addiction. NIDA Research Report Series. NIH Pub No. 06-4342, Bethesda, MD: United States Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health.
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2002
Wallace, J.M.,  Bachman, Jerald G.,  O'Malley, Patrick M.,  Johnston, Lloyd D.,  Schulenberg, John E.,  Cooper, S.M. . Tobacco, alcohol, and illicit drug use: Racial and ethnic differences among U.S. high school seniors, 1976-2000. Public Health Reports. 117, (Supplement 1), S67-S75.
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2003
Johnston, L.D.,  O'Malley, P.M. . Tobacco, alcohol, and other drug use in adolescence: Modern-day epidemics. Long-term Trends in the Well-being of Children and Youth. Washington, DC: Child Welfare League of America Press.
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2001
Office of Applied Studies . Tobacco and alcohol use among pregnant women. NHSDA Report. Rockville, MD: United States Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
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