Nathaniel R. Riggs
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Association of electronic cigarette use with initiation of combustible tobacco product smoking in early adolescence
AM Leventhal, DR Strong, MG Kirkpatrick, JB Unger, S Sussman, ...
Jama 314 (7), 700-707, 2015
8082015
The mediational role of neurocognition in the behavioral outcomes of a social-emotional prevention program in elementary school students: Effects of the PATHS curriculum
NR Riggs, MT Greenberg, CA Kusché, MA Pentz
Prevention science 7 (1), 91-102, 2006
6022006
Executive function and the promotion of social–emotional competence
NR Riggs, LB Jahromi, RP Razza, JE Dillworth-Bart, U Mueller
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 27 (4), 300-309, 2006
4422006
Concurrent and 2-year longitudinal relations between executive function and the behavior of 1st and 2nd grade children
NR Riggs, CB Blair, MT Greenberg
Child Neuropsychology 9 (4), 267-276, 2004
3632004
After-school youth development programs: A developmental-ecological model of current research
NR Riggs, MT Greenberg
Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review 7 (3), 177-190, 2004
1752004
Adolescent to emerging adulthood smoking trajectories: when do smoking trajectories diverge, and do they predict early adulthood nicotine dependence?
NR Riggs, CP Chou, C Li, MA Pentz
Nicotine & Tobacco Research 9 (11), 1147-1154, 2007
1702007
Executive cognitive function and food intake in children
NR Riggs, D Spruijt-Metz, KL Sakuma, CP Chou, MA Pentz
Journal of nutrition education and behavior 42 (6), 398-403, 2010
1502010
Momentary assessment of affect, physical feeling states, and physical activity in children.
GF Dunton, J Huh, AM Leventhal, N Riggs, D Hedeker, D Spruijt-Metz, ...
Health Psychology 33 (3), 255, 2014
1392014
The PATHS curriculum: Theory and research on neurocognitive development and school success
MT Greenberg, CA Kusché, N Riggs
Building academic success on social and emotional learning: What does the …, 2004
1312004
Executive cognitive function as a correlate and predictor of child food intake and physical activity
N Riggs, CP Chou, D Spruijt-Metz, MA Pentz
Child Neuropsychology 16 (3), 279-292, 2010
1292010
Identifying patterns of eating and physical activity in children: a latent class analysis of obesity risk
J Huh, NR Riggs, D Spruijt‐Metz, CP Chou, Z Huang, MA Pentz
Obesity 19 (3), 652-658, 2011
1122011
Preventing risk for obesity by promoting self-regulation and decision-making skills: pilot results from the PATHWAYS to health program (PATHWAYS)
NR Riggs, KLK Sakuma, MA Pentz
Evaluation Review 31 (3), 287-310, 2007
1032007
Social networks and community prevention coalitions
ME Feinberg, NR Riggs, MT Greenberg
Journal of Primary Prevention 26 (4), 279-298, 2005
942005
Parent, peer, and executive function relationships to early adolescent e-cigarette use: a substance use pathway?
MA Pentz, HS Shin, N Riggs, JB Unger, KL Collison, CP Chou
Addictive behaviors 42, 73-78, 2015
902015
Examining the potential of community-based after-school programs for Latino youth
NR Riggs, AM Bohnert, MD Guzman, D Davidson
American Journal of Community Psychology 45 (3), 417-429, 2010
902010
Resilience as regulation of developmental and family processes
D MacPhee, E Lunkenheimer, N Riggs
Family Relations 64 (1), 153-175, 2015
872015
Relationships between executive cognitive function and lifetime substance use and obesity-related behaviors in fourth grade youth
NR Riggs, D Spruijt-Metz, CP Chou, MA Pentz
Child Neuropsychology 18 (1), 1-11, 2012
862012
Designing culturally responsive organized after-school activities
SD Simpkins, NR Riggs, B Ngo, A Vest Ettekal, D Okamoto
Journal of Adolescent Research 32 (1), 11-36, 2017
712017
After‐school program attendance and the social development of rural latino children of immigrant families
NR Riggs
Journal of Community Psychology 34 (1), 75-87, 2006
702006
Moderators in the academic development of migrant Latino children attending after-school programs
NR Riggs, MT Greenberg
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 25 (3), 349-367, 2004
652004
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