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Nichols SL, Bethel J, Kapogiannis BG, Li T, Woods SP, E Patton D, Ren W, Thornton SE, Major-Wilson HO, Puga AM et al..  2016.  Antiretroviral treatment initiation does not differentially alter neurocognitive functioning over time in youth with behaviorally acquired HIV.. J Neurovirol. 22(2):218-30.
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.
Tanner AE, Philbin MM, Ma A, Chambers BD, Nichols S, Lee S, J Fortenberry D.  2017.  Adolescent to Adult HIV Health Care Transition From the Perspective of Adult Providers in the United States.. J Adolesc Health. 61(4):434-439.
Starks TJ, Ewing SWFeldstei, Lovejoy T, Gurung S, Cain D, Fan CA, Naar S, Parsons JT.  2019.  Adolescent Male Couples-Based HIV Testing Intervention (We Test): Protocol for a Type 1, Hybrid Implementation-Effectiveness Trial.. JMIR Res Protoc. 8(6):e11186.
Philbin MM, Tanner AE, Ma A, Chambers BD, Ware S, Kinnard EN, Hussen SA, Lee S, J Fortenberry D.  2017.  Adolescent and Adult HIV Providers' Definitions of HIV-Infected Youths' Successful Transition to Adult Care in the United States.. AIDS Patient Care STDS. 31(10):421-427.
Dietz E, Clum GA, Chung S-E, Leonard L, Murphy DA, Perez LV, Harper GW, Ellen JM.  2010.  Adherence to scheduled appointments among HIV-infected female youth in five U.S. cities.. J Adolesc Health. 46(3):278-83.
Belzer ME, MacDonell KKolmodin, Ghosh S, Naar S, McAvoy-Banerjea J, Gurung S, Cain D, Fan CA, Parsons JT.  2018.  Adaptive Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence Interventions for Youth Living With HIV Through Text Message and Cell Phone Support With and Without Incentives: Protocol for a Sequential Multiple Assignment Randomized Trial (SMART).. JMIR Res Protoc. 7(12):e11183.

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