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Lanza, H. I., Pittman, P., & Hser, Y. I. (in press). Parenting with a substance abuse history: The moderating role of parenting behaviors on obesity and internalizing symptoms in adolescence. Youth and Society.
Lanza, H.I., Echols, L., & Graham, S. (2018). A silver lining: The role of ethnic diversity on co-occurring trajectories of weight status and peer victimization across early adolescence. Journal of Adolescent Health, 63, 554-560.
Lanza, H.I., & Teeter, H.R. (2018). Electronic nicotine delivery systems (ecigarette/vape) use and co-occurring health-risk behaviors among an ethnically diverse sample of young adults. Substance Use & Misuse, 1, 154-161. PMCID: PMC5825211
Lanza, H.I., Pittman, P., & Batshoun, J. (2017). Obesity and cigarette smoking: Extending the link to e-cigarette/vaping use. American Journal of Health Behavior, 41, 338-347. PMCID: PMC5506838
Lanza, H.I., Grella, C.E, & Chung, P.J. (2015). Adolescent obesity and future substance use: Incorporating the psychosocial context. Journal of Adolescence, 45, 20-30. PMCID: PMC4674346
Lanza, H.I., & Huang, D. (2015). Is obesity associated with school dropout? Key developmental and ethnic differences. Journal of School Health, 85, 663-670. PMCID: PMC4603989
Hser, Y.I., Lanza, H.I., Li, L., Khan, E., Evans, E., & Schulte, M. (2015). Maternal mental health and children’s internalizing and externalizing behaviors: Beyond maternal substance use disorders. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 24, 638- 648. PMCID: PMC4349431
Lanza, H.I., Grella, C.E., & Chung, P.J. (2014). Does adolescent weight status predict problematic substance use patterns? American Journal of Health Behavior, 38, 708-716. PMCID: PMC4066210
Huang, D., Lanza, H.I., & Anglin, M.D. (2014). Trajectory of adolescent obesity: Exploring the impact of prenatal to childhood experiences. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 23, 1090-1101. PMCID: PMC4201654
Lanza, H.I., Echols, L., & Graham, S. (2013). Deviating from the norm: Body mass index (BMI) differences and psychosocial adjustment among early adolescent girls. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 38, 376-386. PMCID: PMC3633251
Huang, D., Lanza, H.I., & Anglin, M.D. (2013). Association between adolescent substance use and obesity in young adulthood: A group-based dual trajectory analysis. Addictive Behaviors, 38, 2653-2660. PMCID: PMC377808
Lanza, H.I., Huang, D., Murphy, D.A., & Hser, Y.I. (2013). A latent class analysis of maternal responsiveness and autonomy-granting in early adolescence: Prediction to later adolescent sexual risk-taking. Journal of Early Adolescence, 33, 404-428. PMCID: PMC3697916
Huang, D., Lanza, H.I., Wright-Volel, K., & Anglin, M.D. (2013). Developmental trajectories of childhood obesity and risk behaviors in adolescence. Journal of Adolescence, 36, 139-148. PMCID: PMC3530618
Murphy, D.A., Marelich, W., Lanza, H.I., & Herbeck, D. (2012). Effects of maternal HIV on children’s psychosocial adjustment with peers and with their mothers.Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies, 7, 357-370. PMCID: PMC3532885
Huang, D., Lanza, H.I., Murphy, D.A., & Hser, Y.I. (2012). Parallel development of risk behaviors in adolescence: Potential pathways to co-occurrence. International Journal of Behavior Development, 36, 247-257. PMCID: PMC3904442
Lanza, H.I., & Drabick, D.A. (2011). Family routine moderates the relation between child impulsivity and oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) symptoms. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 39, 83-94. PMCID: PMC3066087
Drabick, D.A., Bubier, J., Chen, D., Price, J., & Lanza, H.I. (2011). Source-specific oppositional defiant disorder among inner-city children: Prospective prediction and moderators. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, 40, 23-35. PMCID: PMC3076609
Lanza, H.I., & Taylor, R.D. (2010). Parenting in moderation: Family routine moderates the relation between school disengagement and delinquent behaviors among African American adolescents. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 16, 540-547.