Eun-Young Mun
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Handbook of longitudinal research: Design, measurement, and analysis
S Menard
Elsevier, 2007
2692007
Analyzing rater agreement: Manifest variable methods
A Von Eye, EY Mun
Psychology Press, 2014
2452014
Adolescent-to-young adulthood heavy drinking trajectories and their prospective predictors.
M Windle, EY Mun, RC Windle
Journal of studies on alcohol 66 (3), 313-322, 2005
2152005
Long‐term effects of brief substance use interventions for mandated college students: Sleeper effects of an in‐person personal feedback intervention
HR White, EY Mun, L Pugh, TJ Morgan
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 31 (8), 1380-1391, 2007
1362007
Associations between heavy drinking and changes in impulsive behavior among adolescent boys
HR White, NR Marmorstein, FT Crews, ME Bates, EY Mun, R Loeber
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 35 (2), 295-303, 2011
1152011
A model-based cluster analysis approach to adolescent problem behaviors and young adult outcomes
EY Mun, M Windle, LM Schainker
Development and psychopathology 20 (1), 291-318, 2008
1072008
Heart rate variability response to alcohol, placebo, and emotional picture cue challenges: Effects of 0.1‐Hz stimulation
EG Vaschillo, ME Bates, B Vaschillo, P Lehrer, T Udo, EY Mun, S Ray
Psychophysiology 45 (5), 847-858, 2008
1032008
Brief motivational interventions for college student drinking may not be as powerful as we think: An individual participant‐level data meta‐analysis
D Huh, EY Mun, ME Larimer, HR White, AE Ray, IC Rhew, SY Kim, Y Jiao, ...
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 39 (5), 919-931, 2015
1002015
Temperamental characteristics as predictors of externalizing and internalizing child behavior problems in the contexts of high and low parental psychopathology
E Young Mun, HE Fitzgerald, A Von Eye, LI Puttler, RA Zucker
Infant Mental Health Journal: Official Publication of The World Association …, 2001
942001
Finding groups using model-based cluster analysis: heterogeneous emotional self-regulatory processes and heavy alcohol use risk.
EY Mun, A von Eye, ME Bates, EG Vaschillo
Developmental psychology 44 (2), 481, 2008
912008
Advances in configural frequency analysis
A Von Eye, P Mair, EY Mun
Guilford Press, 2010
802010
Do brief personalized feedback interventions work for mandated students or is it just getting caught that works?
HR White, EY Mun, TJ Morgan
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 22 (1), 107, 2008
732008
Moderators of the dynamic link between alcohol use and aggressive behavior among adolescent males
HR White, P Fite, D Pardini, EY Mun, R Loeber
Journal of abnormal child psychology 41 (2), 211-222, 2013
722013
Log-linear modeling: Concepts, interpretation, and applications
A von Eye, EY Mun
Wiley, 2013
70*2013
Effects of institutional confinement for delinquency on levels of depression and anxiety among male adolescents
HR White, J Shi, P Hirschfield, EY Mun, R Loeber
Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice 8 (4), 295-313, 2010
662010
A peer-led high school transition program increases graduation rates among Latino males
VL Johnson, P Simon, EY Mun
The Journal of Educational Research 107 (3), 186-196, 2014
642014
Racial differences in trajectories of heavy drinking and regular marijuana use from ages 13 to 24 among African-American and White males
AK Finlay, HR White, EY Mun, CC Cronley, C Lee
Drug and alcohol dependence 121 (1-2), 118-123, 2012
612012
Do drinking motives distinguish extreme drinking college students from their peers?
HR White, KG Anderson, AE Ray, EY Mun
Addictive behaviors 60, 213-218, 2016
602016
Changes in drinking before a mandated brief intervention with college students
TJ Morgan, HR White, EY Mun
Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs 69 (2), 286-290, 2008
512008
Racial differences in the consequences of childhood maltreatment for adolescent and young adult depression, heavy drinking, and violence
C Lee, C Cronley, HR White, EY Mun, M Stouthamer-Loeber, R Loeber
Journal of Adolescent Health 50 (5), 443-449, 2012
502012
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