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Zullig KJ, Huebner ES, Patton JM, Murray KA. The brief multidimensional students' life satisfaction scale-college version. Am J Health Behav 2009;33(5):483-493. abstract

Martin LG, Schoeni RF, Freedman VA, Andreski P. Feeling better? Trends in general health status. J Gerontology--Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 2007;62:S11–S21. abstract

McCracken M, Jiles R, Blanck HM. Health behaviors of the young adult U.S. population: Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 2003. Prev Chronic Dis [serial online] 2007. abstract html

Zahran HS, Zack MM, Vernon-Smiley ME, Hertz MF. Health-related quality of life and behaviors risky to health among adults aged 18–24 years in secondary or higher education—United States, 2003–2005. J Adolesc Health 2007;41(4):389–397. abstract

Frank E, Carrera JS, Elon L, Hertzberg VS. Basic demographics, health practices, and health status of U.S. medical students. Am J Prev Med 2006;31(6):499–505. abstract

West AN, Weeks WB. Mental distress among younger veterans before, during, and after the invasion of Iraq. Psychiatr Serv 2006;57(2):244–248. abstract html

Zullig KJ, Ward RM, Horn T. The association between perceived spirituality, religiosity, and life satisfaction: The mediating role of self-rated health. Social Indicators Research 2006;79(2)255–274. abstract

Kimerling R, Baumrind N. Access to specialty mental health services among women in California. Psychiatr Serv 2005;56(6):729–734. abstract

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