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2003
Horwitz, A.V.,  Videon, T.M.,  Schmitz, M.,  Davis, D. Double Vision: Reply to Freese and Powell. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 44, (2), 136-141.
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2002
Videon, T.M. . The Effects of Parent-Adolescent Relationships and Parental Separation on Adolescent Well-Being. Journal of Marriage and Family. 64, (2), 489-503.
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2002
Videon, T.M. . The Effects of Parent-Adolescent Relationships and Parental Separation on Adolescent Well-Being: Testing a Contextual Model. Eighth International Conference of Social Stress. Portsmouth, NH.
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2003
Videon, T.M.,  Manning, C.K. . Influences on adolescent eating patterns: The importance of family meals. Journal of Adolescent Health. 32, (5), 365-373.
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2002
Videon, T.M. . Parental care to adolescents: Do fathers make unique contributions?. unpublished manuscript.
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2002
Videon, T.M. . Parental Divorce and Adolescent Smoking Behaviors. American Public Health Association. Philadelphia, PA.
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2002
Videon, T.M. . Parental Marital Dissolution, Parent-Adolescent Relations, and Adolescent Well-Being. Dissertation, Rutgers University.
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2005
Videon, T.M. . Parent-child relations and children's psychological well-being: Do dads matter?. Journal of Family Issues. 26, 55-78.
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2001
Horwitz, A.,  Videon, T.M.,  Schmitz, M.,  Davis, D. Possible social sources for assumed genetic influences in twin research: A study of adolescent depression and alcohol use. Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research at Rutgers University. New Brunswick, NJ.
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2002
Horwitz, A.V.,  Videon, T.M.,  Schmitz, M.,  Davis, D. Rethinking the Relationship Between Twins and Environments: Possible Social Sources for Presumed Genetic Influences in Twin Research. Eighth International Conference of Social Stress. Portsmouth, NH.
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2003
Horwitz, A.V.,  Videon, T.M.,  Schmitz, M.,  Davis, D. Rethinking Twins and Environments: Possible Social Sources for Assumed Genetic Influences in Twin Research. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 44, (2), 111-129.
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2002
Videon, T.M. . Who Plays and Who Benefits: Gender, Interscholastic Athletics and Academic Outcomes. Add Health Users Workshop. Bethesda, MD.
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2002
Videon, T.M. . Who Plays and Who Benefits? Gender, Interscholastic Athletics, and Academic Outcomes. Sociological Perspectives. 45, (4), 415-444.
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