Steven C. Martino
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The systematic influence of gain-and loss-framed messages on interest in and use of different types of health behavior
AJ Rothman, SC Martino, BT Bedell, JB Detweiler, P Salovey
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 25 (11), 1355-1369, 1999
Volunteerism and the life course: Investigating age-related agendas for action
AM Omoto, M Snyder, SC Martino
The Social Psychology of Aging, 181-197, 2018
Substance use trajectories from early adolescence to emerging adulthood: A comparison of smoking, binge drinking, and marijuana use
JS Tucker, PL Ellickson, M Orlando, SC Martino, DJ Klein
Journal of drug issues 35 (2), 307-332, 2005
Does watching sex on television predict teen pregnancy? Findings from a national longitudinal survey of youth
A Chandra, SC Martino, RL Collins, MN Elliott, SH Berry, DE Kanouse, ...
Pediatrics 122 (5), 1047-1054, 2008
Exposure to degrading versus nondegrading music lyrics and sexual behavior among youth
SC Martino, RL Collins, MN Elliott, A Strachman, DE Kanouse, SH Berry
Pediatrics 118 (2), e430-e441, 2006
Marijuana use from adolescence to young adulthood: multiple developmental trajectories and their associated outcomes.
PL Ellickson, SC Martino, RL Collins
Health Psychology 23 (3), 299, 2004
Timing of parent and child communication about sexuality relative to children's sexual behaviors
MK Beckett, MN Elliott, S Martino, DE Kanouse, R Corona, DJ Klein, ...
Pediatrics 125 (1), 34-42, 2010
Beyond the “big talk”: The roles of breadth and repetition in parent-adolescent communication about sexual topics
SC Martino, MN Elliott, R Corona, DE Kanouse, MA Schuster
Pediatrics 121 (3), e612-e618, 2008
Social cognitive processes mediating the relationship between exposure to television's sexual content and adolescents' sexual behavior.
SC Martino, RL Collins, DE Kanouse, M Elliott, SH Berry
Journal of personality and Social Psychology 89 (6), 914, 2005
Socio‐environmental influences on adolescents’ alcohol outcome expectancies: A prospective analysis
SC Martino, RL Collins, PL Ellickson, TL Schell, D McCaffrey
Addiction 101 (7), 971-983, 2006
Processes linking adolescent problems to substance-use problems in late young adulthood.
EJ D'Amico, PL Ellickson, RL Collins, S Martino, DJ Klein
Journal of studies on alcohol 66 (6), 766-775, 2005
Multiple trajectories of physical aggression among adolescent boys and girls
SC Martino, PL Ellickson, DJ Klein, D McCaffrey, MO Edelen
Aggressive behavior 34 (1), 61-75, 2008
Influence of new media on adolescent sexual health: Evidence and opportunities
RL Collins, SC Martino, R Shaw
RAND Corporation, 1-70, 2011
Taking patients’ narratives about clinicians from anecdote to science
M Schlesinger, R Grob, D Shaller, SC Martino, AM Parker, ML Finucane, ...
N Engl J Med 373 (7), 675-679, 2015
Cross-lagged relationships between substance use and intimate partner violence among a sample of young adult women.
SC Martino, RL Collins, PL Ellickson
Journal of studies on alcohol 66 (1), 139-148, 2005
Branding Behavior: The Strategy behind the TruthSM Campaign
WD Evans, J Wasserman, E Bertolotti, S Martino
Social Marketing Quarterly 8 (3), 17-29, 2002
Multiple trajectories of peer and parental influence and their association with the development of adolescent heavy drinking
SC Martino, PL Ellickson, DF McCaffrey
Addictive behaviors 34 (8), 693-700, 2009
Developmental trajectories of substance use from early to late adolescence: A comparison of rural and urban youth
SC Martino, PL Ellickson, DF McCaffrey
Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs 69 (3), 430-440, 2008
Relationships between adolescent sexual outcomes and exposure to sex in media: Robustness to propensity-based analysis.
RL Collins, SC Martino, MN Elliott, A Miu
Developmental psychology 47 (2), 585, 2011
Increased substance use and risky sexual behavior among migratory homeless youth: Exploring the role of social network composition
SC Martino, JS Tucker, G Ryan, SL Wenzel, D Golinelli, B Munjas
Journal of youth and adolescence 40, 1634-1648, 2011
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