Elizabeth Ozer, PhD

Title(s)Professor, Pediatrics
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address550 16th Street, #4417
San Francisco CA 94158
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    Stanford UniversityPhD1992Counseling and Health Psychology
    Stanford UniversityMA1988Psychology
    University of Michigan BA1982Psychology
    University of California, San Francisco, CA2018Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Champion Training

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    Elizabeth Ozer is Professor of Pediatrics & Associate Vice Provost, Faculty Equity, Office of Diversity and Outreach, at the University of California, SF (UCSF). She also serves as Director of Fellows Research Training in Adolescent & Young Adult Medicine. Dr. Ozer is a psychologist whose research has focused primarily on the health of adolescents, young adults, and women. She has served as either Principal Investigator or Co-Investigator of multiple U.S. federally funded grants focused on decreasing adolescent risky behavior through improving the care provided by the health care system and the primary care provider. This research has tested models for increasing the screening and counseling of adolescents in primary care as well as evaluated the effect of provider screening and counseling on adolescent behavior across multiple health risk areas. Recent Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) and National Science Foundation funded research has explored ways that technology can be incorporated into successful models of prevention for teenagers, with a current transdisciplinary collaboration with computer scientists to design, implement, and investigate a self-adaptive personalized behavior change system for adolescent preventive health (with a focus on reducing adolescent alcohol use).

    In addition to intervention research, Dr. Ozer and colleagues have examined ethnic/racial disparities in the delivery of preventive services, rates of screening for depression in primary care, and trends in depression, nutrition, and physical activity screening. Extending beyond the adolescent age-group, recent work has emphasized young adult preventive health care. Dr. Ozer is currently PI of a Maternal & Child Health (MCHB) funded Adolescent/Young Adult Health Network with a focus on developing a national transdisciplinary research agenda for adolescent and young adult health and to translate research into practice.

    Dr. Ozer is Chair of the University of California System-Wide Committee on the Status of Women; and a member of the UCSF Advisory Committee on the Status of Women and the Campus Council on Faculty Life. In 2007, she served as a visiting professor at the University of Melbourne.

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    ADVANCE Partnership: Ensuring Fair Access to Career-enhancing Opportunities on Medical School Faculties
    National Science Foundation Aug 15, 2023 - Jul 31, 2026
    Role: Co-Investigator
    MCH Adolescent and Young Adult Health Research Network (AYAH-RN)
    MCHB UA6MC27378Sep 1, 2022 - Aug 31, 2027
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Implementation of Health-E You/Salud iTu to Promote Adolescent-Centered Contraceptive Care
    PCORI Jun 1, 2021 - Mar 31, 2024
    Role: Co-Investigator
    Leadership Equity Advances Diversity (LEAD): Increasing Women and Underrepresented Minority Faculty in Leadership Positions
    UC Office of the President Oct 1, 2020 - Sep 30, 2023
    Role: Principal Investigator
    SCH: ChangeGradients: Promoting Adolescent Health Behavior Change with Clinically Integrated Sample-Efficient Policy Gradient Methods
    NIH R01CA247705Dec 13, 2019 - Nov 30, 2023
    Role: Principal Investigator
    State Adolescent and Young Adult Health Capacity Building Program
    HRSA U45MC27709Sep 1, 2018 - Aug 31, 2023
    Role: Co-Investigator
    Health Quest: Engaging Adolescents in Health Careers with Technology-Rich Personalized Learning
    NIH - Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA) R25OD021880-01A1Sep 1, 2017 - Jul 31, 2023
    Role: Co-Principal Investigator
    Reducing Health Disparities in Unintended Pregnancies Among Hispanic Adolescents Using a Patient-Centered Computer-Based Clinic Intervention
    Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute SC15-1502-27481Nov 1, 2015 - Oct 31, 2018
    Role: Co-Investigator
    SCH INT: Collaborative Research: A Self-Adaptive Personalized Behavior Change System for Adolescent Preventive Healthcare
    National Science Foundation IIS-1344670Oct 1, 2013 - Sep 30, 2017
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Biomedical Research Career Identification in Graduate Education (BRIDGE)
    NIH R01GM107782Sep 1, 2013 - Jun 30, 2017
    Role: Co-Principal Investigator
    Leadership Education in Adolescent Health
    MCHB T71MC00003Jul 1, 2013 - Jun 30, 2027
    Role: Co-Investigator
    Adolescents Learning Coping Skills and Problem Solving Using an Interactive Graphic Novella
    National Science Foundation Jan 1, 2012 - Dec 31, 2014
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Improving Adolescent Primary Care Through An Interactive Behavioral Health Module
    NIH R21HS020997Sep 1, 2011 - Aug 31, 2014
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Improving Adolescent Primary Care through the Integration of an Interactive Behavioral Module
    Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality Jan 1, 2011 - Dec 31, 2013
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Re-orienting general practice systems toward youth friendly care: a cluster randomized controlled trial" - based at University of Melbourne
    NHMRC Jan 1, 2009 - Dec 31, 2013
    Role: Co-Investigator
    Influences on the Translation of an Evidence-based HIV/STI Intervention into Practice
    National Institutes of Mental Health Jan 1, 2009 - Dec 31, 2012
    Role: Co-Investigator
    Primary Care Prevention Access and Risk-Taking Projec
    University of Melbourne Jan 1, 2006 - Dec 31, 2010
    Role: Associate Investigator
    Adolescent Preventive Services: Disparities and Outcomes
    National Institute of Nursing Research Jan 1, 2005 - Dec 31, 2007
    Role: Co-Principal Investigator
    Evaluation of Adolescent Clinical Preventive Services
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, through a cooperative agreement with the American Association of Medical Colleges Jan 1, 2003 - Dec 31, 2004
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Combining Work and Family: Parental Employment and Adolescent Risk Behavior
    Hellman Family Award for Early Career Faculty, University of California, San Francisco Jan 1, 2002 - Dec 31, 2002
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Evaluation of Adolescent Clinical Preventive Services
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention through a cooperative agreement with the American Association of Medical Colleges Jan 1, 2001 - Dec 31, 2003
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Implementing Adolescent Preventive Guidelines
    Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Jan 1, 2000 - Dec 31, 2003
    Role: Co-Principal Investigator
    5 year grant to implement and evaluate a clinical preventive service intervention for adolescents in managed health care settings in California
    The California Wellness Foundation Jan 1, 1995 - Dec 31, 2000
    Role: Co-Investigator and Project Director
    NIH F31MH009959Sep 1, 1990
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Narrative Play-Promoting Adolescent Health With Interactive Games. JAMA. 2024 Apr 11. Sinha A, Rowe J, Ozer E. PMID: 38602666.
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    2. Supporting Adolescent Engagement with Artificial Intelligence-Driven Digital Health Behavior Change Interventions. J Med Internet Res. 2023 05 24; 25:e40306. Giovanelli A, Rowe J, Taylor M, Berna M, Tebb KP, Penilla C, Pugatch M, Lester J, Ozer EM. PMID: 37223987; PMCID: PMC10248780.
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    3. Albert Bandura (1925-2021). Am Psychol. 2022 04; 77(3):483-484. Ozer EM. PMID: 35238591.
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    4. Adolescent Technology-use Rules and Sleep in a Large Representative Sample. J Adolesc Health. 2022 04; 70(4):682-685. Giovanelli A, Ozer EJ, Adams SH, Park MJ, Ozer EM. PMID: 34991931.
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    5. "What's Important to You, Max?": The Influence of Goals on Engagement in an Interactive Narrative for Adolescent Health Behavior Change. Interact Storytell (2021). 2021 Dec; 13138:379-392. Mott M, Mott B, Rowe J, Ozer E, Giovanelli A, Berna M, Pugatch M, Tebb K, Penilla C, Lester J. PMID: 36354310; PMCID: PMC9639365.
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    6. Delivering Anticipatory Guidance About Technology Use to Adolescents in Primary Care: Rates in a Representative California Sample. J Adolesc Health. 2021 12; 69(6):1044-1047. Giovanelli A, Adams SH, Jane Park M, Ozer EM. PMID: 34301469.
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    7. Evaluating the sustainability of a cancer screening intervention through a PRISM: The PreView experience. Prev Med Rep. 2021 Sep; 23:101443. Walsh J, Potter M, Ozer E, Gildengorin G, Dass N, Green L. PMID: 34189023; PMCID: PMC8219887.
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    8. Using Standardized Patients to Augment Communication Skills and Self-Efficacy in Caring for Transgender Youth. Acad Pediatr. 2021 Nov-Dec; 21(8):1441-1448. Vance SR, Dentoni-Lasofsky B, Ozer E, Deutsch MB, Meyers MJ, Buckelew SM. PMID: 34022426.
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    9. Adolescent Risk Behavior Screening and Interventions in Hospital Settings: A Scoping Review. Pediatrics. 2021 04; 147(4). Pfaff N, DaSilva A, Ozer E, Vemula Kaiser S. PMID: 33785635.
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    10. Improving contraceptive use among Latina adolescents: A cluster-randomized controlled trial evaluating an mHealth application, Health-E You/Salud iTu. Contraception. 2021 09; 104(3):246-253. Tebb KP, Rodriguez F, Pollack LM, Adams S, Rico R, Renteria R, Trieu SL, Hwang L, Brindis CD, Ozer E, Puffer M. PMID: 33744300.
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    11. Electronic Health Risk Behavior Screening With Integrated Feedback Among Adolescents in Primary Care: Randomized Controlled Trial. J Med Internet Res. 2021 03 12; 23(3):e24135. Richardson L, Parker EO, Zhou C, Kientz J, Ozer E, McCarty C. PMID: 33709942; PMCID: PMC7998326.
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    12. Leveraging Technology to Improve Health in Adolescence: A Developmental Science Perspective. J Adolesc Health. 2020 08; 67(2S):S7-S13. Giovanelli A, Ozer EM, Dahl RE. PMID: 32718517; PMCID: PMC8765767.
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    13. Innovative Digital Technologies to Improve Adolescent and Young Adult Health. J Adolesc Health. 2020 08; 67(2S):S3. Ozer EM, Lester JC. PMID: 32718512; PMCID: PMC7378482.
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    14. Digital Health Technology to Enhance Adolescent and Young Adult Clinical Preventive Services: Affordances and Challenges. J Adolesc Health. 2020 08; 67(2S):S24-S33. Wong CA, Madanay F, Ozer EM, Harris SK, Moore M, Master SO, Moreno M, Weitzman ER. PMID: 32718511.
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    15. Fostering Engagement in Health Behavior Change: Iterative Development of an Interactive Narrative Environment to Enhance Adolescent Preventive Health Services. J Adolesc Health. 2020 08; 67(2S):S34-S44. Ozer EM, Rowe J, Tebb KP, Berna M, Penilla C, Giovanelli A, Jasik C, Lester JC. PMID: 32718513; PMCID: PMC9575382.
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    16. A Pediatric Transgender Medicine Curriculum for Multidisciplinary Trainees. MedEdPORTAL. 2020 04 03; 16:10896. Vance SR, Buckelew SM, Dentoni-Lasofsky B, Ozer E, Deutsch MB, Meyers M. PMID: 32352033; PMCID: PMC7187914.
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    17. PreView: a Randomized Trial of a Multi-site Intervention in Diverse Primary Care to Increase Rates of Age-Appropriate Cancer Screening. J Gen Intern Med. 2020 02; 35(2):449-456. Walsh J, Potter M, Salazar R, Ozer E, Gildengorin G, Dass N, Green L. PMID: 31728894; PMCID: PMC7018926.
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    18. Experiences With Querying Gender Identity Across Seven Adolescent Medicine Sites. J Adolesc Health. 2018 10; 63(4):506-508. Guss CE, Inwards-Breland DJ, Ozer E, Vance SR. PMID: 30115506.
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    19. Teaching paediatric transgender care. Clin Teach. 2018 06; 15(3):214-220. Vance SR, Lasofsky B, Ozer E, Buckelew SM. PMID: 29573566.
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    20. Assessing the effectiveness of a patient-centred computer-based clinic intervention, Health-E You/Salud iTu, to reduce health disparities in unintended pregnancies among Hispanic adolescents: study protocol for a cluster randomised control trial. BMJ Open. 2018 01 10; 8(1):e018201. Tebb KP, Rodriguez F, Pollack LM, Trieu SL, Hwang L, Puffer M, Adams S, Ozer EM, Brindis CD. PMID: 29326184; PMCID: PMC5780691.
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    21. Research on Clinical Preventive Services for Adolescents and Young Adults: Where Are We and Where Do We Need to Go? J Adolesc Health. 2017 Mar; 60(3):249-260. Harris SK, Aalsma MC, Weitzman ER, Garcia-Huidobro D, Wong C, Hadland SE, Santelli J, Park MJ, Ozer EM. PMID: 28011064; PMCID: PMC5549464.
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    22. Teen Preferences for Clinic-Based Behavior Screens: Who, Where, When, and How? J Adolesc Health. 2016 12; 59(6):722-724. Jasik CB, Berna M, Martin M, Ozer EM. PMID: 27884300.
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    23. Does screening for and intervening with multiple health compromising behaviours and mental health disorders amongst young people attending primary care improve health outcomes? A systematic review. BMC Fam Pract. 2016 08 04; 17:104. Webb MJ, Kauer SD, Ozer EM, Haller DM, Sanci LA. PMID: 27488823; PMCID: PMC4973106.
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    24. Dream Teens: Adolescents-Led Participatory Project in Portugal in the Context of the Economic Recession. Health Promot Pract. 2018 01; 19(1):51-59. Frasquilho D, Ozer EJ, Ozer EM, Branquinho C, Camacho I, Reis M, Tomé G, Santos T, Gomes P, Cruz J, Ramiro L, Gaspar T, Simões C, Piatt AA, Holsen I, Gaspar de Matos M. PMID: 27466268.
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    25. Use of theory in computer-based interventions to reduce alcohol use among adolescents and young adults: a systematic review. BMC Public Health. 2016 06 17; 16:517. Tebb KP, Erenrich RK, Jasik CB, Berna MS, Lester JC, Ozer EM. PMID: 27317330; PMCID: PMC4912758.
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    26. Responding to Young People's Health Risks in Primary Care: A Cluster Randomised Trial of Training Clinicians in Screening and Motivational Interviewing. PLoS One. 2015; 10(9):e0137581. Sanci L, Chondros P, Sawyer S, Pirkis J, Ozer E, Hegarty K, Yang F, Grabsch B, Shiell A, Cahill H, Ambresin AE, Patterson E, Patton G. PMID: 26422235; PMCID: PMC4589315.
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    27. Implementing a brief evidence-based HIV intervention: a mixed methods examination of compliance fidelity. Transl Behav Med. 2014 Dec; 4(4):424-33. Dolcini MM, Catania JA, Gandelman A, Ozer EM. PMID: 25584091; PMCID: PMC4286556.
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    28. Functions of non-suicidal self-injury in adolescents and young adults with Borderline Personality Disorder symptoms. Psychiatry Res. 2014 May 15; 216(2):217-22. Sadeh N, Londahl-Shaller EA, Piatigorsky A, Fordwood S, Stuart BK, McNiel DE, Klonsky ED, Ozer EM, Yaeger AM. PMID: 24594204.
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    29. Seizing the opportunity: improving young adult preventive health care. Adolesc Med State Art Rev. 2013 Dec; 24(3):507-25. Ozer EM, Scott JT, Brindis CD. PMID: 24654545.
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    30. Receipt of preventive health services in young adults. J Adolesc Health. 2013 Jan; 52(1):42-9. Lau JS, Adams SH, Irwin CE, Ozer EM. PMID: 23260833; PMCID: PMC3574866.
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    31. The prevention access and risk taking in young people (PARTY) project protocol: a cluster randomised controlled trial of health risk screening and motivational interviewing for young people presenting to general practice. BMC Public Health. 2012 Jun 06; 12:400. Sanci L, Grabsch B, Chondros P, Shiell A, Pirkis J, Sawyer S, Hegarty K, Patterson E, Cahill H, Ozer E, Seymour J, Patton G. PMID: 22672481; PMCID: PMC3533834.
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    32. Adolescence and the social determinants of health. Lancet. 2012 Apr 28; 379(9826):1641-52. Viner RM, Ozer EM, Denny S, Marmot M, Resnick M, Fatusi A, Currie C. PMID: 22538179.
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    33. Young adult preventive health care guidelines: there but can't be found. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2012 Mar; 166(3):240-7. Ozer EM, Urquhart JT, Brindis CD, Park MJ, Irwin CE. PMID: 22393182.
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    34. The association of BMI status with adolescent preventive screening. Pediatrics. 2011 Aug; 128(2):e317-23. Jasik CB, Adams SH, Irwin CE, Ozer E. PMID: 21768313; PMCID: PMC3146353.
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    35. Does delivering preventive services in primary care reduce adolescent risky behavior? J Adolesc Health. 2011 Nov; 49(5):476-82. Ozer EM, Adams SH, Orrell-Valente JK, Wibbelsman CJ, Lustig JL, Millstein SG, Garber AK, Irwin CE. PMID: 22018561.
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    36. Are adolescents being screened for emotional distress in primary care? J Adolesc Health. 2009 Jun; 44(6):520-7. Ozer EM, Zahnd EG, Adams SH, Husting SR, Wibbelsman CJ, Norman KP, Smiga SM. PMID: 19465315.
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    37. Adolescent preventive services: rates and disparities in preventive health topics covered during routine medical care in a California sample. J Adolesc Health. 2009 Jun; 44(6):536-45. Adams SH, Husting S, Zahnd E, Ozer EM. PMID: 19465317; PMCID: PMC2730825.
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    38. Increasing clinician self-efficacy for screening and counseling adolescents for risky health behaviors: results of an intervention. J Adolesc Health. 2008 Aug; 43(2):198-200. Buckelew SM, Adams SH, Irwin CE, Gee S, Ozer EM. PMID: 18639796.
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    39. The adolescent primary care visit: time to build on strengths. J Adolesc Health. 2007 Dec; 41(6):519-20. Ozer EM. PMID: 18023777.
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    40. Increasing the screening and counseling of adolescents for risky health behaviors: a primary care intervention. Pediatrics. 2005 Apr; 115(4):960-8. Ozer EM, Adams SH, Lustig JL, Gee S, Garber AK, Gardner LR, Rehbein M, Addison L, Irwin CE. PMID: 15805371.
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    41. Provider self-efficacy and the screening of adolescents for risky health behaviors. J Adolesc Health. 2004 Aug; 35(2):101-7. Ozer EM, Adams SH, Gardner LR, Mailloux DE, Wibbelsman CJ, Irwin CE. PMID: 15261638.
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    42. Adolescents' access to health services and clinical preventive health care: crossing the great divide. Pediatr Ann. 2002 Sep; 31(9):575-81. Brindis C, Park MJ, Ozer EM, Irwin CE. PMID: 12271742.
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    43. Can it be done? Implementing adolescent clinical preventive services. Health Serv Res. 2001 Dec; 36(6 Pt 2):150-65. Ozer EM, Adams SH, Lustig JL, Millstein SG, Camfield K, El-Diwany S, Volpe S, Irwin CE. PMID: 16148966; PMCID: PMC1383612.
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    44. Improving the delivery of adolescent clinical preventive services through skills-based training. Pediatrics. 2001 May; 107(5):1100-7. Lustig JL, Ozer EM, Adams SH, Wibbelsman CJ, Fuster CD, Bonar RW, Irwin CE. PMID: 11331693.
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    45. Preventive services in a health maintenance organization: how well do pediatricians screen and educate adolescent patients? Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2000 Feb; 154(2):173-9. Halpern-Felsher BL, Ozer EM, Millstein SG, Wibbelsman CJ, Fuster CD, Elster AB, Irwin CE. PMID: 10665605.
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    46. The impact of work-family systems on women's psychological health: an introduction. Womens Health. 1998; 4(4):281-3. Ozer EM. PMID: 9916541.
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    47. Does child care involvement increase or decrease distress among dual-earner couples? Womens Health. 1998; 4(4):285-311. Ozer EM, Barnett RC, Brennan RT, Sperling J. PMID: 9916542.
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    48. Women and health: in search of a paradigm. Womens Health. 1995; 1(1):3-26. Chesney MA, Ozer EM. PMID: 9373371.
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    49. The impact of childcare responsibility and self-efficacy on the psychological health of working mothers. Psychology of Women Quarterly. 1995; 315-335. Ozer, E. M.
    50. Women's health: In search of a paradigm. Women's Health: Research on Gender, Behavior and Policy. 1995; 1(1):3-26. Chesney, M. Ozer, E. M.
    51. Mechanisms governing empowerment effects: a self-efficacy analysis. J Pers Soc Psychol. 1990 Mar; 58(3):472-86. Ozer EM, Bandura A. PMID: 2324938.
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