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Coleman, P. K. (2006). Resolution of unwanted pregnancy during adolescence through abortion versus childbirth: Individual and family predictors and psychological consequences. The Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 35, 903-911.
Coleman, P. K., Reardon, D. C., & Lee, M. B. (2006). Women’s preferences for information and ratings of the seriousness of complications related to elective medical procedures. Journal of Medical Ethics, 32. 435-438.
Coleman, P. K. (2006). Induced Abortion and increased risk of substance use: A review of the evidence. Current Women’s Health Reviews 1, 21-34.
Coleman, P. K., Maxey, D. C., Coyle, C., & Rue, V. (2005). Associations between voluntary and involuntary forms of perinatal loss and child maltreatment among low income, single mothers. Acta Paediatrica, 94.
Coleman, P. K., Reardon, D. C., & Cougle, J. (2005). Substance use among pregnant women in the context of previous reproductive loss and desire for current pregnancy. British Journal of Health Psychology, 10, 255-268.
Cougle, J., Reardon, D. C., & Coleman, P. K. (2005). Generalized anxiety associated with unintended pregnancy: A cohort study of the 1995 National Survey of Family Growth. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 19 (10), 137-142.
Coleman, P. K., Reardon, D. C., Strahan, T., & Cougle, J. (2005). The psychology of abortion: A review and suggestions for future research. Psychology & Health, 20, 237-271.
Reardon, D. C., Coleman, P. K., & Cougle, J. (2004). Substance Use Associated with Unintended Pregnancy Outcomes in the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 26, 369-383.
Rue, V. M., Coleman, P. K., Rue, J. J., & Reardon, D. C. (2004). The context of elective abortion and traumatic stress: A comparison of U. S. and Russian Women. Medical Science Monitor, 10, SR5-16.
Reardon, D. C., Cougle, J., Rue, V. M., Shuping, M., Coleman, P. K., & Ney, P. G. (2003). Psychiatric admissions of low-income women following abortion and childbirth. Canadian Medical Association Journal. 168, 1253-1256.