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Substance use patterns in 9 to 13-year-olds: Longitudinal findings from the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) study.
Sullivan RM, Wade NE, Wallace AL, Tapert SF, Pelham WE 3rd, Brown SA, Cloak CC, Feldstein Ewing SW, Madden PAF, Martz ME, Ross JM, Kaiver CM, Wirtz HG, Heitzeg MM, Lisdahl KM. Sullivan RM, et al. Among authors: cloak cc. Drug Alcohol Depend Rep. 2022 Dec;5:100120. doi: 10.1016/j.dadr.2022.100120. Epub 2022 Nov 15. Drug Alcohol Depend Rep. 2022. PMID: 36687306 Free PMC article.
Individual-, peer-, and parent-level substance use-related factors among 9- and 10-year-olds from the ABCD Study: Prevalence rates and sociodemographic differences.
Martz ME, Heitzeg MM, Lisdahl KM, Cloak CC, Ewing SWF, Gonzalez R, Haist F, LeBlanc KH, Madden PA, Ross JM, Sher KJ, Tapert SF, Thompson WK, Wade NE. Martz ME, et al. Among authors: cloak cc. Drug Alcohol Depend Rep. 2022 Jun;3:100037. doi: 10.1016/j.dadr.2022.100037. Epub 2022 Mar 3. Drug Alcohol Depend Rep. 2022. PMID: 35445220
Correspondence Between Perceived Pubertal Development and Hormone Levels in 9-10 Year-Olds From the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development Study.
Herting MM, Uban KA, Gonzalez MR, Baker FC, Kan EC, Thompson WK, Granger DA, Albaugh MD, Anokhin AP, Bagot KS, Banich MT, Barch DM, Baskin-Sommers A, Breslin FJ, Casey BJ, Chaarani B, Chang L, Clark DB, Cloak CC, Constable RT, Cottler LB, Dagher RK, Dapretto M, Dick AS, Dosenbach N, Dowling GJ, Dumas JA, Edwards S, Ernst T, Fair DA, Feldstein-Ewing SW, Freedman EG, Fuemmeler BF, Garavan H, Gee DG, Giedd JN, Glaser PEA, Goldstone A, Gray KM, Hawes SW, Heath AC, Heitzeg MM, Hewitt JK, Heyser CJ, Hoffman EA, Huber RS, Huestis MA, Hyde LW, Infante MA, Ivanova MY, Jacobus J, Jernigan TL, Karcher NR, Laird AR, LeBlanc KH, Lisdahl K, Luciana M, Luna B, Maes HH, Marshall AT, Mason MJ, McGlade EC, Morris AS, Nagel BJ, Neigh GN, Palmer CE, Paulus MP, Potter AS, Puttler LI, Rajapakse N, Rapuano K, Reeves G, Renshaw PF, Schirda C, Sher KJ, Sheth C, Shilling PD, Squeglia LM, Sutherland MT, Tapert SF, Tomko RL, Yurgelun-Todd D, Wade NE, Weiss SRB, Zucker RA, Sowell ER. Herting MM, et al. Among authors: cloak cc. Front Endocrinol (Lausanne). 2021 Feb 18;11:549928. doi: 10.3389/fendo.2020.549928. eCollection 2020. Front Endocrinol (Lausanne). 2021. PMID: 33679599 Free PMC article.
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