Aspects of parent-adolescent relationship
Assessing reciprocal association between drunkenness, drug use, and delinquency during adolescence: Separating within- and between-person effects
Child maltreatment and substance-use-related negative consequences: Longitudinal trajectories from early to mid adolescence
Does one Size Fit All?—Linking Parenting With Adolescent Substance Use and Adolescent Temperament
Evidence for a relationship between child maltreatment andabsenteeism among high-school students in Sweden
Explaining trajectories of adolescent drunkenness, drug use, and criminality
Gender differences in the association between emotionalmaltreatment with mental, emotional, and behavioralproblems in Swedish adolescents
Linking youths' mental, psychosocial, and emotional functioning to ICF-CY: Lessons learned. Disability and Rehabilitation.1-7.
Onset of substance use among early adolescents in Sweden
Parent-Adolescent Communication and Adolescent Delinquency
Participation profiles in domestic life and peer relations as experienced by adolescents with and without impairments and long-term health conditions.
Patterns of support to adolescents related to disability, family situation, harassment, and economy
Personality traits as predictors of early alcohol inebriation among young adolescents: Mediating effects by mental health and gender-specific patterns. Addictive Behaviors.
Structural relations between sources of parental knowledge, feelings of being overly controlled and risk behaviors in early adolescence.
The Junior Temperament and Character Inventory (JTCI): Psychometric Properties of Multi-Informant Ratings
The Role of Relational Support in the Longitudinal Links between Adolescent Sexual Harassment Victimization and Psychological Health
Well-Being, Mental Health Problems, and Alcohol Experiences Among Young Swedish Adolescents: A General Population Study
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