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Murphy DA, Chen X, Naar-King S, Parsons JT.  2012.  Alcohol and marijuana use outcomes in the Healthy Choices motivational interviewing intervention for HIV-positive youth.. AIDS Patient Care STDS. 26(2):95-100.
MacDonell K, Naar-King S, Huszti H, Belzer M.  2013.  Barriers to medication adherence in behaviorally and perinatally infected youth living with HIV.. AIDS Behav. 17(1):86-93.
Nichols SL, Lowe A, Zhang X, Garvie PA, Thornton S, Goldberger BA, Hou W, Goodenow MM, Sleasman JW.  2014.  Concordance between self-reported substance use and toxicology among HIV-infected and uninfected at risk youth.. Drug Alcohol Depend. 134:376-382.
Straub DM, Arrington-Sanders R, D Harris R, Willard N, Kapogiannis B, Emmanuel P, Futterman D, Ellen JM.  2011.  Correlates of HIV testing history among urban youth recruited through venue-based testing in 15 US cities.. Sex Transm Dis. 38(8):691-6.
Gamarel KE, Nichols S, Kahler CW, Westfall AO, Lally MA, Wilson CM.  2018.  A cross-sectional study examining associations between substance use frequency, problematic use and STIs among youth living with HIV.. Sex Transm Infect. 94(4):304-308.
Ellen JM, Greenberg L, Willard N, Stines S, Korelitz J, Boyer CB.  2015.  Cross-sectional survey comparing HIV risk behaviours of adolescent and young adult men who have sex with men only and men who have sex with men and women in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.. Sex Transm Infect. 91(6):458-61.
Starks TJ, MacDonell KKolmodin, Pennar AL, Dinaj-Koci V, Millar BM, Naar S.  2020.  Drug Use Among Adolescents and Young Adults with Unsuppressed HIV Who Use Alcohol: Identifying Patterns of Comorbid Drug Use and Associations with Mental Health.. AIDS Behav. 24(10):2975-2983.
Harper GW, Tyler ATimmons, Bruce D, Graham L, Wade RM.  2016.  Drugs, Sex, and Condoms: Identification and Interpretation of Race-Specific Cultural Messages Influencing Black Gay and Bisexual Young Men Living with HIV.. Am J Community Psychol. 58(3-4):463-476.
Starks TJ, S Jones S, Sauermilch D, Benedict M, Adebayo T, Cain D, Simpson KN.  2020.  Evaluating the impact of COVID-19: A cohort comparison study of drug use and risky sexual behavior among sexual minority men in the U.S.A. Drug Alcohol Depend. 216:108260.
Boyer CB, Greenberg L, Chutuape K, Walker B, Monte D, Kirk J, Ellen JM.  2017.  Exchange of Sex for Drugs or Money in Adolescents and Young Adults: An Examination of Sociodemographic Factors, HIV-Related Risk, and Community Context.. J Community Health. 42(1):90-100.
Cherenack EM, Wilson PA, Kreuzman AM, Price GN.  2016.  The Feasibility and Acceptability of Using Technology-Based Daily Diaries with HIV-Infected Young Men Who have Sex with Men: A Comparison of Internet and Voice Modalities.. AIDS Behav. 20(8):1744-53.
Sayegh CS, MacDonell KK, Clark LF, Dowshen NL, Naar S, Olson-Kennedy J, van den Berg JJ, Xu J, Belzer M.  2018.  The Impact of Cell Phone Support on Psychosocial Outcomes for Youth Living with HIV Nonadherent to Antiretroviral Therapy.. AIDS Behav. 22(10):3357-3362.
Naar-King S, Parsons JT, Murphy DA, Chen X, D Harris R, Belzer ME.  2009.  Improving health outcomes for youth living with the human immunodeficiency virus: a multisite randomized trial of a motivational intervention targeting multiple risk behaviors.. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 163(12):1092-8.
Brick LAnn D, Nugent NR, Kahana SY, Bruce D, Tanney MR, M Fernández I, Bauermeister JA.  2018.  Interaction Effects of Neighborhood Disadvantage and Individual Social Support on Frequency of Alcohol Use in Youth Living with HIV.. Am J Community Psychol. 61(3-4):276-284.
Tanney MR, Naar-King S, Murphy DA, Parsons JT, Janisse H.  2010.  Multiple risk behaviors among youth living with human immunodeficiency virus in five U.S. cities.. J Adolesc Health. 46(1):11-6.
Nichols SL, Bethel J, Garvie PA, Patton DE, Thornton S, Kapogiannis BG, Ren W, Major-Wilson H, Puga A, Woods SP.  2013.  Neurocognitive functioning in antiretroviral therapy-naïve youth with behaviorally acquired human immunodeficiency virus.. J Adolesc Health. 53(6):763-71.
Rudy BJ, Murphy DA, D Harris R, Muenz L, Ellen J.  2009.  Patient-related risks for nonadherence to antiretroviral therapy among HIV-infected youth in the United States: a study of prevalence and interactions.. AIDS Patient Care STDS. 23(3):185-94.
Gross IMoses, Hosek S, Richards MHeather, M Fernández I.  2016.  Predictors and Profiles of Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence Among African American Adolescents and Young Adult Males Living with HIV.. AIDS Patient Care STDS. 30(7):324-38.
MacDonell KKolmodin, Jacques-Tiura AJ, Naar S, Fernandez MIsabella.  2016.  Predictors of Self-Reported Adherence to Antiretroviral Medication in a Multisite Study of Ethnic and Racial Minority HIV-Positive Youth.. J Pediatr Psychol. 41(4):419-28.
Gamarel KE, Brown L, Kahler CW, M Fernández I, Bruce D, Nichols S.  2016.  Prevalence and correlates of substance use among youth living with HIV in clinical settings.. Drug Alcohol Depend. 169:11-18.
Kahn JA, Rudy BJ, Xu J, Kapogiannis B, Secord E, Gillison M.  2016.  Prevalence and risk factors for oral DNA tumor viruses in HIV-infected youth.. J Med Virol. 88(11):1944-52.
M Fernández I, Huszti HC, Wilson PA, Kahana S, Nichols S, Gonin R, Xu J, Kapogiannis BG.  2015.  Profiles of Risk Among HIV-Infected Youth in Clinic Settings.. AIDS Behav. 19(5):918-30.
Hosek SG, Harper GW, Lemos D, Burke-Miller J, Lee S, Friedman L, Martinez J.  2018.  Project ACCEPT: Evaluation of a Group-Based Intervention to Improve Engagement in Care for Youth Newly Diagnosed with HIV.. AIDS Behav. 22(8):2650-2661.
M Dolcini M, Harper GW, Boyer CB, Pollack LM.  2010.  Project ORE: A friendship-based intervention to prevent HIV/STI in urban African American adolescent females.. Health Educ Behav. 37(1):115-32.
Naar-King S, Kolmodin K, Parsons JT, Murphy D.  2010.  Psychosocial factors and substance use in high-risk youth living with HIV: a multi-site study.. AIDS Care. 22(4):475-82.
Brennan J, Kuhns LM, Johnson AK, Belzer M, Wilson EC, Garofalo R.  2012.  Syndemic theory and HIV-related risk among young transgender women: the role of multiple, co-occurring health problems and social marginalization.. Am J Public Health. 102(9):1751-7.
Gamarel KE, Nelson KM, Brown L, M Fernández I, Nichols S.  2017.  The Usefulness of the CRAFFT in Screening for Problematic Drug and Alcohol Use Among Youth Living with HIV.. AIDS Behav. 21(7):1868-1877.
van den Berg JJ, M Fernández I, Fava JL, Operario D, Rudy BJ, Wilson PA.  2017.  Using Syndemics Theory to Investigate Risk and Protective Factors Associated with Condomless Sex Among Youth Living with HIV in 17 U.S. Cities.. AIDS Behav. 21(3):833-844.
Jennings JM, Ellen JM, Deeds BGriffin, D Harris R, Muenz LR, Barnes W, Lee SS, Auerswald CL.  2009.  Youth living with HIV and partner-specific risk for the secondary transmission of HIV.. Sex Transm Dis. 36(7):439-44.
Nugent NR, Brown LK, Belzer M, Harper GW, Nachman S, Naar-King S.  2010.  Youth living with HIV and problem substance use: elevated distress is associated with nonadherence and sexual risk.. J Int Assoc Physicians AIDS Care (Chic). 9(2):113-5.