Co-authors of the paper are Rick Kosterman.

15 April, 2017 (09:11) | clinical

The paper was published in the journal General Hospital Psychiatry. , the National Institute on Drug Abuse and National Institute of Mental Health funded the research.. Co-authors of the paper are Rick Kosterman, Alex Mason, David Hawkins and Todd Mr Kohl of Social Development Research Group in the UW School of Social Work, Elizabeth McCauley of the UW Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Liliana Lengua of the UW Department of Psychology.

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