Margaret Kuklinski

Principal Investigator
Email: mrk63@uw.edu    
Phone: 206-221-1956

SDRG Publications
Crowley, D. Max, Dodge, Kenneth A., Barnett, W. Steven, Corso, Phaedra, Duffy, Sarah, Graham, Phillip, Greenberg, Mark T., Haskins, Ron, Hill, Laura, Jones, Damon E., Karoly, Lynn, Kuklinski, Margaret R., Plotnick, Robert (2018). Standards of evidence for conducting and reporting economic evaluations in prevention science. Prevention Science, Advance online publication. doi: 10.1007/s11121-017-0858-1.

Briney, John S., Brown, Eric C., Kuklinski, Margaret R., Oesterle, Sabrina, Hawkins, J. David (2017). Testing the question-behavior effect of self-administered surveys measuring youth drug use. Journal of Adolescent Health, 61(6), 743-746.

Kuklinski, Margaret R. (2015). Benefit-cost analysis of prevention and intervention programs for youth and young adults: Introduction to the special issue. Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis, 6(3), 455-470.

Oesterle, Sabrina, Hawkins, J. David, Kuklinski, Margaret R., Fagan, Abigail A., Fleming, Christopher, Rhew, Isaac C., Brown, Eric C., Abbott, Robert D., Catalano, Richard F. (2015). Effects of Communities That Care on malesí and femalesí drug use and delinquency 9 years after baseline in a community-randomized trial. American Journal of Community Psychology, 56(3), 217-228.

Kuklinski, Margaret R., Fagan, Abigail A., Hawkins, J. David, Briney, John S., Catalano, Richard F. (2015). Benefit-cost analysis of a randomized evaluation of Communities That Care: Monetizing intervention effects on the initiation of delinquency and substance use through grade 12. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 11(2), 162-192.

Crowley, D. Max, Hill, Laura Griner, Kuklinski, Margaret R., Jones, Damon E. (2014). Research priorities for economic analyses of prevention: Current issues and future directions. Prevention Science, 15(6), 789-798.

Hawkins, J. David, Catalano, Richard F., Kuklinski, Margaret R. (2014). Communities That Care. In Bruinsma, G. & Weisburd, D. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of criminology and criminal justice. (pp 393-408). Springer Science+Business Media.

Kuklinski, Margaret R., Hawkins, J. David, Plotnick, Robert, Abbott, Robert D., Reid, Carolina K. (2013). How has the economic downturn affected communities and implementation of science-based prevention in the randomized trial of Communities That Care?. American Journal of Community Psychology, 51(3-4), 370-384.

Hawkins, J. David, Catalano, Richard F., Kuklinski, Margaret R. (2012). Communities That Care: Bridging science and community practice to prevent adolescent health and behavior problems, including violence. Social and economic costs of violence: Workshop summary. National Research Council and Institute of Medicine Forum on Global Violence Prevention. (pp 121-139). Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.

Hawkins, J. David, Kuklinski, Margaret R., Fagan, Abigail A. (2012). Reducing barriers to learning through Communities That Care. Better: Evidence-Based Education, 4(2), 8-9.

Kuklinski, Margaret R., Briney, John S., Hawkins, J. David, Catalano, Richard F. (2012). Cost-benefit analysis of Communities That Care outcomes at eighth grade. Prevention Science, 13(2), 150-161.

Hawkins, J. David, Catalano, Richard F., Kuklinski, Margaret R. (2011). Mobilizing communities to implement tested and effective programs to help youth avoid risky behaviors: The Communities That Care approach (Child Trends Research Brief, October 2011. Publication #2011-25). Washington, DC: Child Trends.


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