Publications

Commentary: Assumptions and features of longitudinal design

Genes, environment, and the etiology of alcoholism / Matthew McGue — Commentary : genes, rearing, and alcoholism / David C. Rowe — Alcohol challenge in high-risk individuals / David B. Newlin — Commentary : alcohol challenge in high-risk individuals : a discussion of Newlin's biobehavioral model / Peter R. Finn — Individual-level risk factors / Kenneth J. Sher — Commentary : studying individual-level risk factors for adolescent alcohol problems : the example of adolescent temperament / Laurie Chassin — Family and peer influences in the development of adolescent alcohol abuse / Theodore Jacob and Kenneth Leonard — Commentary : families, peers, and adolescent alcohol abuse : a paradigm to study multiple causes, mechanisms, and outcomes / Michael D. Newcomb — Sociodemographic, environmental, and cultural influences on adolescent drinking behavior / Bryan M. Johnstone — Commentary : adolescent drinking as collective behavior and performance / Robin Room — The impact of social and regulatory policy on drinking behavior / Eric Single — Commentary : alcohol availability and accessibility as part of the puzzle : thoughts on alcohol problems and young people / Harold D. Holder — Pathways to alcohol problems and alcoholism : a developmental account of the evidence for multiple alcoholism and for contextual contributions to risk / Robert A. Zucker — Commentary : developmental theory and alcohol-related phenomena : a discussion of Robert Zucker's paper “Pathways to alcohol problems and alcoholism” / Jeanette L. Johnson –Stepwise developmental model of alcoholism etiology / Ralph E. Tarter and Michael M. Vanyukov — Commentary : vulnerability for alcoholism / Kathleen Ries Merikangas — Latent variable path models in alcohol use research / J.J. McArdle, Fumiaki Hamagami, and Patricia Hulick — Commentary : covariance structure models and other statistical procedures for analyzing longitudinal data / Michael Windle — Assumptions and features of longitudinal designs : implications for etiological linkages / Richard M. Lerner, Francisco A. Villarruel, and Jonathan G. Tubman — Commentary : assumptions and features of longitudinal designs / Patrick M. O'Malley.