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T. R. Galardi, Settersten, R. A., Vuchinich, S., and Richards, L., Associations Between Incarcerated Fathers' Cumulative Childhood Risk and Contact With Their Children, Journal of Family Issues, 2015.
J. R. Fishman, Flatt, M. A., and Settersten, R. A., Bioidentical Hormones, Menopausal Women, and the Lure of the “Natural” in U.S. Anti-Aging Medicine, Social Science & Medicine, 2015.
R. A. Settersten, Ottusch, T. M., and Schneider, B., Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral SciencesBecoming Adult: Meanings of Markers to Adulthood, R. A. Scott and Kosslyn, S. M. Hoboken, NJ, USA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2015, pp. 1 - 16.
R. A. Settersten and McClelland, M. M., Just one wish for the study of human development, Research in Human Development, vol. 12, pp. 157-162, 2015.
A. Spiro, Settersten, R. A., and Aldwin, C., Long-term Outcomes of Military Service in Aging and the Life Course: A Positive Re-envisioning., The Gerontologist, 2015.
R. A. Settersten, The New Landscape of Early Adulthood: Implications for Broad-Access Higher Education, in Remaking College: The Changing Ecology of Higher Education, M. Stevens and Kirst, M. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2015, pp. 113-133.
V. Eicher, Settersten, R. A., Penic, S., Glaeser, S., Martenot, A., and Spini, D., Normative Climates of Parenthood across Europe: Judging Voluntary Childlessness and Working Parents, European Sociological Review, p. jcv083, 2015.
R. A. Settersten, Relationships in time and the life course: The significance of linked lives, Research in Human Development, vol. 12, no. 3-4, pp. 217 - 223, 2015.
S. T. Mejía, Settersten, R. A., Odden, M. C., and Hooker, K., Responses to Financial Loss During the Great Recession: An Examination of Sense of Control in Late Midlife., The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences, 2015.
J. L. Angel and Settersten, R. A., What Changing American Families Mean for Aging Policies, Public Policy & Aging Report, p. prv011, 2015.