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2011
Duke, N.N.,  Borowsky, I.W.,  Pettingell, S.L.,  Skay, C.L.,  McMorris, B.J. . Adolescent early death perception: Links to behavioral and life outcomes in young adulthood. Journal of Pediatric Health Care. 25, (4), 224-234.
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2008
Duke, N.N.,  Pettingell, S.L.,  Skay, C.L.,  Borowsky, I.W. . Adolescent early death perception vs. life expectancy as predictors of behavioral and life outcomes in young adulthood. 2008 Add Health Users Conference. Bethesda, MD.
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2001
Borowsky, I.W.,  Ireland, M.,  Resnick, M.D. . Adolescent suicide attempts: Risks and protectors. Pediatrics. 107, (3), 485-493.
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2013
Clark, C.J.,  Alonso, A.,  Susan, A.E.,  Connett, J.E.,  Brady, S.S.,  Resnick, M.D.,  Borowsky, I.W.,  Krueger, R.,  Suglia, S. Dating violence and cardiovascular risk in adulthood. 71st Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society. Miami, FL.
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2009
Borowsky, I.W.,  Ireland, M.,  Resnick, M.D. . Health status and behavioral outcomes for youth who anticipate a high likelihood of early death. Pediatrics. 124, (1), 81-88.
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1999
Borowsky, I.W. . A Multifaceted Approach: Preventing Youth Violence. Minnesota Physician. 13, (6), 26-27.
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2004
Borowsky, I.W.,  Ireland, M. Predictors of Future Fight-Related Injury Among Adolescents. Pediatrics. 113, (3 PT 1), 530-536.
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2003
Scal, P.,  Ireland, M.,  Borowsky, I.W. . Smoking Among American Adolescents: A Risk and Protective Factor Analysis. Journal of Community Health. 28, (2), 79-97.
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