Lin Fang
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Substance use among early adolescent girls: Risk and protective factors
SP Schinke, L Fang, KCA Cole
Journal of Adolescent Health 43 (2), 191-194, 2008
Agency–university partnership for evidence-based practice in social work
JL Bellamy, SE Bledsoe, EJ Mullen, L Fang, JI Manuel
Journal of Social Work Education 44 (3), 55-76, 2008
Preparing social work practitioners to use evidence-based practice: A comparison of experiences from an implementation project
JI Manuel, EJ Mullen, L Fang, JL Bellamy, SE Bledsoe
Research on Social Work Practice 19 (5), 613-627, 2009
Brief report: the emotional distress in a community after the terrorist attack on the world trade center
H Chen, H Chung, T Chen, L Fang, JP Chen
Community Mental Health Journal 39 (2), 157-165, 2003
Social media and social work education: Understanding and dealing with the new digital world
L Fang, F Mishna, VF Zhang, M Van Wert, M Bogo
Social work in health care 53 (9), 800-814, 2014
Two-year outcomes of a randomized, family-based substance use prevention trial for Asian American adolescent girls.
L Fang, SP Schinke
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 27 (3), 788, 2013
Preventing substance use among adolescent girls: 1-year outcomes of a computerized, mother–daughter program
SP Schinke, L Fang, KC Cole
Addictive behaviors 34 (12), 1060-1064, 2009
Gender-specific intervention to reduce underage drinking among early adolescent girls: A test of a computer-mediated, mother-daughter program
SP Schinke, KCA Cole, L Fang
Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs 70 (1), 70-77, 2009
Preventing substance use among early Asian–American adolescent girls: Initial evaluation of a web-based, mother–daughter program
L Fang, SP Schinke, KCA Cole
Journal of Adolescent Health 47 (5), 529-532, 2010
Adverse childhood experiences, gender, and HIV risk behaviors: Results from a population-based sample
L Fang, DM Chuang, Y Lee
Preventive medicine reports 4, 113-120, 2016
Computer-delivered, parent-involvement intervention to prevent substance use among adolescent girls
SP Schinke, L Fang, KC Cole
Preventive medicine 49 (5), 429-435, 2009
“Canadian Experience” discourse and anti-racialism in a “post-racial” society
J Ku, R Bhuyan, I Sakamoto, D Jeyapal, L Fang
Ethnic and Racial Studies 42 (2), 291-310, 2019
Preventing substance use among Black and Hispanic adolescent girls: Results from a computer-delivered, mother–daughter intervention approach
SP Schinke, L Fang, KC Cole, S Cohen-Cutler
Substance use & misuse 46 (1), 35-45, 2011
Complementary alternative medicine use among Chinese Americans: findings from a community mental health service population
L Fang, SP Schinke
Psychiatric Services 58 (3), 402-404, 2007
Substance use behavior among early-adolescent Asian American girls: the impact of psychological and family factors
L Fang, K Barnes-Ceeney, SP Schinke
Women & Health 51 (7), 623-642, 2011
Is there a relationship between adverse childhood experiences and problem drinking behaviors? Findings from a population-based sample
L Fang, S McNeil
Public health 150, 34-42, 2017
Social support, mental health needs, and HIV risk behaviors: a gender-specific, correlation study
L Fang, DM Chuang, M Al-Raes
BMC public health 19, 1-8, 2019
Undergraduate student experiences with text-based online counselling
L Fang, S Tarshis, L McInroy, F Mishna
The British Journal of Social Work 48 (6), 1774-1790, 2018
A web-based, health promotion program for adolescent girls and their mothers who reside in public housing
TM Schwinn, S Schinke, L Fang, S Kandasamy
Addictive behaviors 39 (4), 757-760, 2014
# socialwork: Informal use of information and communication technology in social work
F Mishna, J Sanders, S Fantus, L Fang, A Greenblatt, M Bogo, B Milne
Clinical Social Work Journal 49, 85-99, 2021
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