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Johnson SB, Wang C. Why do adolescents say they are less healthy than their parents think they are? The importance of mental health varies by social class in a nationally representative sample. Pediatrics 2008;121(2):e307–313. abstract

Alriksson-Schmidt AI, Wallander J, Biasini F. Quality of Life and Resilience in Adolescents with a Mobility Disability. J Pediatr Psychol 2007 32: 370–379; doi:10.1093/jpepsy/jsl002. abstract

Kwan YK, Ip WC. Suicidality and migration among adolescents in Hong Kong. Death Studies 2007;31(1):45–66. abstract

Lesesne CA, Christine Kennedy C. Starting early: Promoting the mental health of women and girls throughout the life span. J Women's H 2005;14(9):754–763. abstract

Zullig KJ, Valois RF, Drane JW. Adolescent distinctions between quality of life and self-rated health in quality of life research. Health Qual Life Outcomes 2005;3(64):1–9. abstract html pdf [280K]

Zullig KJ, Valois RF, Huebner ES, Drane JW. Adolescent health-related quality of life and perceived satisfaction with life. Qual Life Res 2005;14(6) :1573–1584. abstract

Valois RF, Zullig KJ, Huebner ES, Drane JW. Life satisfaction and suicide among high school adolescents. Soc Indicators Res 2004;66:81–105. abstract

Zullig KJ, Valois RF, Huebner ES, Drane JW. Evaluating the performance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention core health-related quality of life scale with adolescents. Public Health Rep 2004;119(6):577–584. abstract html pdf [106K]

Coker AL, McKeown RE, Sanderson M, Davis KE et al. Severe dating violence and quality of life among South Carolina high school students. Am J Prev Med 2000;19(4):220–227. abstract

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