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D’Onofrio, B.M., Singh, A.L., Iliadou, A., Lambe, M., Hultman, C.M., Neiderhiser, J.M., Långström, N. & Lichtenstein, P. (2010). A quasi-experimental study of maternal smoking during pregnancy and offspring achievement. Child Development, 81(1), 80-100.

Evrony, H.*, Ulbricht, J.*, & Neiderhiser, J.M. (2010). Understanding Gene, Environment, and Gene× Environment Interaction Effects: The Example of Childhood Externalizing Disorders. In K.P. Tercyak (Ed.), Handbook of Genomics and the Family. Springer US: NY.

Horwitz, B.N.*, Neiderhiser, J.M., Ganiban, J.M., Spotts, E.L., Lichtenstein, P., & Reiss, D. (2010). Genetic and environmental influences on global family conflict. Journal of Family Psychology, 24(2), 217-220. NIHMS ID: 182171.

Leve, L.D., Harold, G.T., Ge, X., Neiderhiser, J.M. & Patterson, G. (2010). Refining intervention targets in family-based research: Lessons from quantitative behavioral genetics. Perspectives in Psychological Science, 5, 516-526. NIHMSID: 169685

Leve, L.D., Kerr, D.C., Shaw, D., Ge, X., Neiderhiser, J.M., Scaramella, L.V., Reid, J.B., Conger, R., & Reiss, D. (2010). Infant pathways to externalizing behavior: Evidence of genotype x environment interaction. Child Development, 81(1), 340-356. NIHMSID: 121808

Natsuaki, M.N., Ge, X., Leve, L.D., Neiderhiser, J.M., Shaw, D.S., Conger, R.D., Scaramella, L.V., Reid, J. & Reiss, D. (2010). Genetic liability, environment, and the development of fussiness in toddlers: The roles of maternal depression and parental responsiveness. Developmental Psychology, 46(5), 1147-1158. NIHMSID: 165798

Pemberton, C.K.*, Neiderhiser, J.M., Leve, L.D., Natsuaki, M.N., Shaw, D.S., Reiss, D. (2010). Influence of parental depressive symptoms on adopted toddler behaviors: An emerging developmental cascade of genetic and environmental effects. Development and Psychopathology, 22, 803-818. PMID: 20883583.