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2013
Simpkins, Sandra D.,  Schaefer, David R.,  Price, Chara D.,  Vest, Andrea E. Adolescent friendships, BMI, and physical activity: Untangling selection and influence through longitudinal social network analysis. Journal of Research on Adolescence. 23, (3), 537-549.
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2011
Schaefer, David R.,  Simpkins, Sandra D.,  Vest, Andrea E.,  Price, Chara D. The contribution of extracurricular activities to adolescent friendships: New insights through social network analysis . Developmental Psychology. 47, (4), 1141-1152.
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2012
Schaefer, David R.,  Haas, Steven A.,  Bishop, Nicholas J. A dynamic model of US adolescents' smoking and friendship networks. American Journal of Public Health. 102, (6), e12-e18.
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2005
Rodriguez, Nancy,  Katz, Charles,  Webb, Vincent J.,  Schaefer, David R. Examining the impact of individual, community, and market factors on methamphetamine use: A tale of two cities. Journal of Drug Issues. 35, (4), 665-693.
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2010
Haas, Steven A.,  Schaefer, David R.,  Kornienko, Olga . Health and the structure of adolescent social networks. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 51, (4), 424-439.
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2011
Schaefer, David R.,  Kornienko, Olga,  Fox, Andrew M. Misery does not love company: Network selection mechanisms and depression homophily. American Sociological Review. 76, (5), 764-785.
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2013
Schaefer, David R.,  Adams, Jimi,  Haas, Steven A. Social networks and smoking exploring the effects of peer influence and smoker popularity through simulations. Health Education and Behavior. 40, (Suppl. 1), 24s-32s.
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