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Brunwasser, Steven M; Freres, Derek R; Gillham, Jane E (2018) Youth Cognitive-Behavioral Depression Prevention: Testing Theory in a Randomized Controlled Trial. Cognit Ther Res 42:468-482
Siddique, Juned; de Chavez, Peter J; Howe, George et al. (2018) Limitations in Using Multiple Imputation to Harmonize Individual Participant Data for Meta-Analysis. Prev Sci 19:95-108
Brunwasser, Steven M; Gillham, Jane E (2018) Identifying Moderators of Response to the Penn Resiliency Program: A Synthesis Study. Prev Sci 19:38-48
Brown, C Hendricks; Brincks, Ahnalee; Huang, Shi et al. (2018) Two-Year Impact of Prevention Programs on Adolescent Depression: an Integrative Data Analysis Approach. Prev Sci 19:74-94
Brincks, Ahnalee; Montag, Samantha; Howe, George W et al. (2018) Addressing Methodologic Challenges and Minimizing Threats to Validity in Synthesizing Findings from Individual-Level Data Across Longitudinal Randomized Trials. Prev Sci 19:60-73
Vélez, Clorinda E; Krause, Elizabeth D; McKinnon, Allison et al. (2016) Social support seeking and early adolescent depression and anxiety symptoms: The moderating role of rumination. J Early Adolesc 36:1118-1143
Vélez, Clorinda E; Krause, Elizabeth D; Brunwasser, Steven M et al. (2014) Parent predictors of adolescents' explanatory style. J Early Adolesc 35:931-946
Cutuli, J J; Gillham, Jane E; Chaplin, Tara M et al. (2013) Preventing adolescents' externalizing and internalizing symptoms: Effects of the Penn Resiliency Program. Int J Emot Educ 5:67-79
Gillham, Jane E; Reivich, Karen J; Brunwasser, Steven M et al. (2012) Evaluation of a group cognitive-behavioral depression prevention program for young adolescents: a randomized effectiveness trial. J Clin Child Adolesc Psychol 41:621-39
Chaplin, Tara M; Gillham, Jane E; Seligman, Martin E P (2009) Gender, Anxiety, and Depressive Symptoms: A Longitudinal Study of Early Adolescents. J Early Adolesc 29:307-327

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