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Separating Family-Level and Direct Exposure Effects of Smoking During Pregnancy on Offspring Externalizing Symptoms: Bridging the Behavior Genetic and Behavior Teratologic Divide

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11th January

It is premature to foreclose the possibility of a teratologic effect of maternal smoking during pregnancy on externalizing problems.



Do Dopamine Gene Variants and Prenatal Smoking Interactively Predict Youth Externalizing Behavior?

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12th May

Authors examine prenatal tobacco exposure and its effects on externalizing behaviors.


Research Blog – New Longitudinal Analysis Highlights Key Risk Factors for Smoking in LGBT Youth

Posted by Sarah in Featured, Research Blog. 1 Comment

19th February

New study investigates the effects of psychosocial variables and demographic differences in smoking habits among LGBT youth.



A Longitudinal Examination of Risk and Protective Factors for Cigarette Smoking Among Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Youth

18th February

Longitudinal study of the correlation between smoking habits and victimization, psychological stress, and social support in LGBTQ youth



A latent modeling approach to genotype-phenotype relationships: maternal problem behavior clusters, prenatal smoking, and MAOA genotype.

27th December

Study used latent modeling approach to genotype-phenotype relationships to examine problem behavior clusters and MAOA gene in pregnant women.



Youth Blog > LGBT Youth Can Kick Butt

Posted by Julia in Youth Blog. No Comments

18th January

Smoking is a big issue for LGBT youth. What does marketing have to do with it?






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