Examples of publications from the New England Family Study include:

  1. Buka SL, Lipsitt LP, Tsuang MT. Birth complications and psychological deviancy: A 25-year prospective inquiry. Acta Pediatrica Japonica 1988; 30:537-546. Lipsitt PD, Buka SL, Lipsitt LP. Delinquency risk as a function of early intelligence scores. In King RC, Colliers JK, eds. Social Applications and Issues in Psychology. B.V.: Elsevier Science Publishers 1989; 327-337.
  2. Lipsitt PD, Buka SL, Lipsitt LP. Early intelligence scores and subsequent delinquency: A prospective study. American Journal of Family Therapy 1990; 18:192-198.
  3. Buka SL, Tsuang MT, Lipsitt LP. Pregnancy/delivery complications and psychiatric diagnosis. Archives General Psychiatry 1993; 50:151-56.
  4. McKay JR, Buka SL. Issues in the treatment of antisocial adolescent substance abusers. Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse 1994; 3:59-81.
  5. Clapper RL, Buka SL, Goldfield EC, Lipsitt LP, Tsuang MT: Adolescent problem behaviors as predictors of adult alcohol diagnoses. International Journal of the Addictions 1995; 30:507-523.
  6. Klebanoff MA, Zemel BS, Buka SL, Zierler S. Long term follow-up of participants in the Collaborative Perinatal Project subjects. Pediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology 1998;12:334-346.
  7. Kremen WS, Buka SL, Seidman LJ, Goldstein JM, Koren D, Tsuang M. IQ decline during childhood and adult psychotic symptoms in a community sample: A 19-year longitudinal study. American Journal of Psychiatry 1998; 155:672-677.
  8. Buka SL, Satz P, Seidman LJ. Defining learning disabilities: the role of longitudinal studies. Thalamus. Journal of the International Academy of Research in Learning Disabilities 1998; 16:14-29.
  9. Yiu VWY, Buka SL, Zurakowski D, McCormick M, Brenner BM, Jabs K. Effects of birthweight on blood pressure in childhood. American Journal of Kidney Diseases 1999; 33:253-260.
  10. Buka SL, Goldstein JM, Seidman LJ, Zornberg G, Donatelli JA, Denny LR, Tsuang MT. Prenatal complications, genetic vulnerability, and schizophrenia: The New England Longitudinal Studies of Schizophrenia. Psychiatric Annals 1999; 29(3):151-156.
  11. Tomeo CA , Rich-Edwards JW, Michels KB, Berkey CS, Hunter DJ, Frazier AL, Willett WC, Buka SL. Reproducibility and validity of maternal recall of pregnancy related events. Epidemiology 1999; 10(6):774-777.
  12. Zornberg G, Buka SL, Tsuang MT. Hypoxic ischemia-related fetal/neonatal complications and risk of schizophrenia: A 19-year longitudinal study. American Journal of Psychiatry 2000; 157:196-202.
  13. Buka SL, Goldstein JM, Seidman LJ, Tsuang MT. Maternal recall of pregnancy history: Accuracy and bias in schizophrenia research. Schizophrenia Bulletin 2000; 26(2):335-345.
  14. Zornberg GL, Buka SL, Tsuang MT. At issue: the problem of obstetrical complications and schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Bulletin 2000; 26(2):249-254.
  15. Goldstein JM, Seidman LJ, Buka SL, Horton NJ, Donatelli JL, Rieder RO, Tsuang MT. Impact of genetic vulnerability and hypoxia on overall intelligence by age 7 in offspring at high risk for schizophrenia compared with affective psychoses. Schizophrenia Bulletin 2000; 26(2):323-334.
  16. Seidman LJ, Buka SL, Goldstein JM, Horton NJ, Rieder RO, Tsuang MT. The relationship of prenatal and perinatal complications to cognitive functioning at age 7 in the New England Cohorts of the National Collaborative Perinatal Project. Schizophrenia Bulletin 2000; 6(2):309-321.
  17. Nyberg K, Buka SL, Lipsitt LP. Maternal medication as a potential risk factor for adult drug abuse in a North American cohort. Epidemiology 2000; 11:715-716.
  18. Buka SL, Tsuang MT, Torrey EF, Klebanoff MA, Bernstein D, Yolken RH. Maternal infections and subsequent psychosis among offspring: A 40-year prospective study. Archives General Psychiatry 2001; 58:1032-1037.
  19. Buka SL, Tsuang, MT, Torrey, EF, Klebanoff, MA, Wagner, RL, Yolken, RH. Maternal cytokine levels during pregnancy and adult psychosis. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity 2001; 15:411-420.
  20. Gilman SE, Kawachi I, Fitzmaurice GM, Buka SL. Socioeconomic status in childhood and the lifetime risk of major depression. International Journal of Epidemiology 2002; 31:359-367.
  21. Piquero AR, Buka SL. Linking juvenile and adult patterns of criminal activity in the Providence cohort of the National Collaborative Perinatal Project. Journal of Criminal Justice 2002; 30(4):259-272.
  22. McGrath J, Buka SL, Eyles D, Mowry B, Yolken R. Low maternal vitamin D as a risk factor for schizophrenia: a pilot study using banked sera. Schizophrenia Research (in press).
  23. Buka SL, Shenassa ED, Niaura R. Elevated risk of tobacco dependence among offspring of mothers who smoke during pregnancy: A 30-year prospective study. American Journal of Psychiatry (in press).
  24. Gilman SE, Kawachi I, Fitzmaurice GM, Buka SL. Family disruption in childhood and risk of adult depression. American Journal of Psychiatry (in press).
  25. Piquero AR , Buka SL. Longitudinal studies. Investigating Race and Gender differences in specialization in violence. In Silverman, RA, Thornberry, TP, Cohen, B, Krisberg, B, eds. Crime and Justice at the Millenium: Essays by and in Honor of Marvin E. Wolfgang.
  26. Buka SL. Principles of Developmental Epidemiology: In White SH, Pillemer DB, eds. Developmental Psychology and the Social Changes of Our Time. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2003.