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  • Cookston, J.T., I. Sandler, J. Miles and S.L. Braver. 2008. Effects of father and mother parenting on children’s mental health in high- and low-conflict divorces. Family Court Review 46: 282-296.

  • Cookston, J.T. and M.J. Aceves. 2007. Violent victimization, aggression, and parent-adolescent relations: Quality parenting as a buffer for violently victimized youth. Journal of Youth and Adolescence 36.

  • Cookston, J.T., S.L. Braver, W.A. Griffin, S.R. De Lusé and J.C. Miles. 2007. Effects of the Dads for Life intervention on interparental conflict and coparenting in the two years after divorce. Family process 46: 123-37.

  • Sandler, I.N., S.L. Braver, T. Genalo and J.T. Cookston. 2007. Predicting readiness to adopt evidence-based programs for divorcing families: champions, attitudes, and access to funding. The American journal of orthopsychiatry 77: 573-81.

  • Cookston, J.T. and A.K. Finlay. 2006. Paternal involvement and adolescent adjustment: Longitudinal findings from Add Health. Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Father 4: 137-158.

  • Cookston, J.T., S.L. Braver and W.A. Griffin. 2005. Prevention programs for divorced nonresident fathers. Family Court Review 43: 81-96.

  • Cookston, J.T., J. Williams, S.L. Braver, W.A. Griffin and I.N. Sandler. 2005. Promoting better fathering among divorced non-resident fathers. In W. M. Pinsof & J. Lebow (Eds.), Family Psychology: The art of the science. Oxford University Press.

  • Cookston, J.T. and S.L. Braver. 2003. Controversies, clarifications, and consequences of divorce's legacy: Introduction to the Special Collection. Family Relations: Interdisciplinary Journal of Applied Family Studies 52: 314-317.

  • Cookston, J.T., L. Rew, H. Becker, S. Khosropour and S. Martinez. 2003. Measuring cultural awareness in nursing student. Journal of Nursing Education 42: 249- 257.

  • Cookston, J.T., R.A. Ainslie and A.W. Harrist. 2003. Affliative and instrumental marital discord, mother’s negative affect, and children’s negative interactions with unfamiliar peers. Journal of Child and Family Studies 12: 185-200.

  • Cookston, J.T., H. Becker and v. Kulberg. 2002. Mailed survey follow-ups: Are post-card reminders more cost-effective than second questionnaires? Western Journal of Nursing 22: 642-246.

  • Cookston, J.T., S.L. Braver, I. Sandler and T. Genalo. 2002. Prospects for expanded court-based services for children of divorce. Family Court Review 40: 190-203.

  • Cookston, J.T., S.L. Braver and B.R. Cohen. 2002. Experiences of family law attorneys regarding current issues in family law: Results of a survey conducted at a bar association conference. Family Relations 51: 325-334.

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