Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

An exploration of practitioners’ perceptions and beliefs about trauma-informed youth drug prevention programs: A qualitative study. 
Shin, S. H., Bouchard, L. M., & Montemayor, B. (2021). Prevention Science, 1-12.

Preventing E-cigarette use among high-risk adolescents: A trauma-informed prevention approach. 
Shin, S. H. (2021). Addictive Behaviors, 115.

Impact of a comprehensive hospital-based program to remove unsafe items from infant’s sleeping area: A prospective longitudinal study.
Shin, S. H., Ksinan Jiskrova G., Kimbrough, T., Trowbridge, K., Lee, E., & Ayers, C. E. (2019). Clinical Pediatrics.

Evaluation of yoga for preventing adolescent substance use risk factors in a middle school setting: A preliminary group-randomized controlled trial.
Butzer, B., LoRusso, A., Shin, S. H., & Khalsa, S. S. (2017). Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 46(3), 603-632.

A review of school-based drug-prevention program evaluations in the 1990s.
Shin, S. H. (2002). American Journal of Health Education, May-June, 139-147.