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2010
Shahar, G.,  Henrich, C.C. . Do depressive symptoms erode self-esteem in early adolescence?. Self and Identity. 9, (4), 403-415.
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2006
Brookmeyer, K.A.,  Fanti, K.A.,  Henrich, C.C. . School and parent connectedness as protective factors for youth violence: An ecological multilevel approach. Society for Research on Adolescence Biennial Meeting. San Francisco, CA.
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2006
Fanti, K.A.,  Brookmeyer, K.A.,  Henrich, C.C. . School and parent connectedness as related to youth depression: An ecological multilevel approach. International Conference of Applied Psychology. Athens, Greece.
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2006
Kidd, S.,  Henrich, C.C.,  Brookmeyer, K.A.,  Davidson, L.,  King, R.A.,  Shahar, G. The social context of adolescent suicide attempts: Interactive effects of parent, peer, and school social relations. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior. 36, (4), 386-395.
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2004
Brookmeyer, K.A.,  Henrich, C.C.,  Shahr, G.,  Shrier, L. Social Support and HIV Risk in Adolescence: A Longitudinal Analysis. American Psychological Association. Honolulu, HI.
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2006
Henrich, C.C.,  Brookmeyer, K.A.,  Shrier, L.A.,  Shahar, G. Supportive relationships and sexual risk behavior in adolescence: An ecological-transactional approach. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. 31, (3), 286-297.
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2004
Henrich, C.C.,  Brookmeyer, K.A. . Trajectories of Violence Exposure and Academic Achievement Through Adolescence. Society for Research on Adolescence. Baltimore, MD.
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2005
Henrich, C.C.,  Brookmeyer, K.A.,  Shahar, G. Weapon violence in adolescence: Parent and school connectedness as protective factors. Journal of Adolescent Health. 37, (4), 306-312.
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