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Michael Everett Roettger

InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Boulder
DepartmentBehavioral Sci Inst-Admin

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    1. Marshall AD, Roettger ME, Mattern AC, Feinberg ME, Jones DE. Trauma exposure and aggression toward partners and children: Contextual influences of fear and anger. J Fam Psychol. 2018 Sep; 32(6):710-721. PMID: 29733661.
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    2. Jones D, Feinberg M, Hostetler M, Roettger M, Paul IM, Ehrenthal DB. Family and Child Outcomes 2 Years After a Transition to Parenthood Intervention. Fam Relat. 2018 Apr; 67(2):270-286. PMID: 30140113.
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    3. Feinberg ME, Jones DE, Hostetler ML, Roettger ME, Paul IM, Ehrenthal DB. Couple-Focused Prevention at the Transition to Parenthood, a Randomized Trial: Effects on Coparenting, Parenting, Family Violence, and Parent and Child Adjustment. Prev Sci. 2016 08; 17(6):751-64. PMID: 27334116.
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    4. Roettger ME, Boardman JD, Harris KM, Guo G. The association between the MAOA 2R genotype and delinquency over time among men: the interactive role of parental closeness and parental incarceration. Crim Justice Behav. 2016; 43(8):1076-1094. PMID: 29033475.
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    5. Feinberg ME, Jones DE, Roettger ME, Hostetler ML, Sakuma KL, Paul IM, Ehrenthal DB. Preventive Effects on Birth Outcomes: Buffering Impact of Maternal Stress, Depression, and Anxiety. Matern Child Health J. 2016 Jan; 20(1):56-65. PMID: 26194453.
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    6. Feinberg ME, Roettger ME, Jones DE, Paul IM, Kan ML. Effects of a psychosocial couple-based prevention program on adverse birth outcomes. Matern Child Health J. 2015 Jan; 19(1):102-11. PMID: 24969352; PMCID: PMC4321726.
    7. Feinberg ME, Jones DE, Roettger ME, Solmeyer A, Hostetler ML. Long-term follow-up of a randomized trial of family foundations: effects on children's emotional, behavioral, and school adjustment. J Fam Psychol. 2014 Dec; 28(6):821-31. PMID: 25485672.
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    8. Boardman JD, Menard S, Roettger ME, Knight KE, Boutwell BB, Smolen A. Genes in the dopaminergic system and delinquent behaviors across the life course: the role of social controls and risks. Crim Justice Behav. 2014 Jun; 41(6):713-731. PMID: 25419014.
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    9. Almazan EP, Roettger ME, Acosta PS. Measures of sexual minority status and suicide risk among young adults in the United States. Arch Suicide Res. 2014; 18(3):274-81. PMID: 24611686.
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    10. Boardman JD, Roettger ME, Domingue BW, McQueen MB, Haberstick BC, Harris KM. Gene-environment interactions related to body mass: School policies and social context as environmental moderators. J Theor Polit. 2012 Jul 01; 24(3):370-388. PMID: 23236222.
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    11. Swisher RR, Roettger ME. Father's Incarceration and Youth Delinquency and Depression: Examining Differences by Race and Ethnicity. J Res Adolesc. 2012 Dec 01; 22(4):597-603. PMID: 23264723.
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    12. Roettger ME, Boardman JD. Parental incarceration and gender-based risks for increased body mass index: evidence from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health in the United States. Am J Epidemiol. 2012 Apr 01; 175(7):636-44. PMID: 22437187; PMCID: PMC3324435.
    13. Roettger ME, Swisher RR, Kuhl DC, Chavez J. Paternal incarceration and trajectories of marijuana and other illegal drug use from adolescence into young adulthood: evidence from longitudinal panels of males and females in the United States. Addiction. 2011 Jan; 106(1):121-32. PMID: 20874861; PMCID: PMC3690823.
    14. Guo G, Ou XM, Roettger M, Shih JC. The VNTR 2 repeat in MAOA and delinquent behavior in adolescence and young adulthood: associations and MAOA promoter activity. Eur J Hum Genet. 2008 May; 16(5):626-34. PMID: 18212819; PMCID: PMC2922855.
    15. Guo G, Roettger ME, Shih JC. Contributions of the DAT1 and DRD2 genes to serious and violent delinquency among adolescents and young adults. Hum Genet. 2007 Mar; 121(1):125-36. PMID: 17120049.
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