Assari S, Caldwell CH, Zimmerman MA: Sex differences in the
association between testosterone and violent behaviors. Trauma monthly
19(3): e18040, 2014.
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Assari S, Smith JR, Caldwell CH, Zimmerman MA: Gender Differences in
Longitudinal Links between Neighborhood Fear, Parental Support, and
Depressive Symptoms among African American Emerging Adults. Societies
5: 151-170, 2015.

Assari S, Caldwell C, Zimmerman M: Perceived neighborhood safety at
age 15 predicts subjective health at age 33; Gender differences in a
racially diverse sample. International Journal of Preventive Medicine
6(3): 3021-331, 2015.

Assari S, Moghani Lankarani M, Caldwell CH, Zimmerman M: Anxiety
Symptoms During Adolescence Predicts Salivary Cortisol in Early
Adulthood Among Blacks; Sex differences. Int J Endocrinol Metab 13(4):
e18041, 2015.
PM26633980/PMC4659335

Assari S, Moghani Lankarani M, Malekahmadi MR, Caldwell CH, Zimmerman
M: Baseline Religion Involvement Predicts Subsequent Salivary Cortisol
Levels Among Male But not Female Black Youth. Int J Endocrinol Metab
13(4): e31790, 2015.
PM26633983/PMC4659332

Assari S, Caldwell CH, Zimmerman MA: Low parental support in late
adolescence predicts obesity in young adulthood; Gender differences in
a 12-year cohort of African Americans. J Diabetes Metab Disord 14: 47,
2015.
PM26029673/PMC4449598

Assari S, Caldwell CH, Zimmerman MA: Perceived Neighborhood Safety
During Adolescence Predicts Subsequent Deterioration of Subjective
Health Two Decades Later; Gender Differences in a Racially-Diverse
Sample. Int J Prev Med 6: 117, 2015.
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