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2003
Myrstol, Brad . Alcohol use among Anchorage Arrestees. Alaska Justice Forum. 19, (4), 3-4.
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2001
Heliotis, Joanna,  Kuck, Sarah,  Hunt, Dana . Analytic Guide for ADAM. Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring (ADAM) Program. Washington, DC: United States Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
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2006
Decker, Scott H.,  Katz, Charles M.,  Webb, Vincent J. Assessing the validity of self-reports by gang members: Results from the Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring Program. Crime and Delinquency. 52, (2), 232-252.
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2004
Webb, Vincent J.,  Katz, Charles M.,  Decker, Scott H. Assessing the Validity of Self-Reports by Gang Members: Results From the Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring Program. Conference of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Las Vegas, NV.
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2010
Kposowa, Augustine Joseph,  Adams, Michelle A.,  Tsunokai, Glenn T. Citizenship status and arrest patterns in the United States: Evidence from the Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring program. Crime, Law and Social Change. 53, (2), 159-181.
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2006
Ross, Michael W.,  Risser, Jan,  Peters, Ronald J. Cocaine use and syphilis trends: Findings from the Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring (ADAM) program and syphilis epidemiology in Houston. American Journal on Addictions. 15, (6), 473-477.
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2003
Yang, Y. Michael,  Gerstein, Dean R. A comparison of two arrestee drug use estimation methods. Joint Statistical Meetings. San Francisco, CA.
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2008
Wood, Darryl S. Criterion validity of self-reported drug use among Alaska Native and non-Native arrestees in Anchorage, Alaska. Criminal Justice Studies. 21, (1), 49-60.
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2006
Johnson, Bruce D.,  Golub, Andrew . Dependence on and treatment for street drugs among Manhattan arrestees. New Research on Street Drugs. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
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2007
Gorman, Dennis M.,  Huber, J. Charles, Jr. . Do medical cannabis laws encourage cannabis use?. International Journal of Drug Policy. 18, (3), 160-167.
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2003
Falkowski, Carol L. Drug Abuse Trends. Center City, MN: Hazelden Foundation.
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2013
Golub, Andrew,  Brownstein, Henry H. Drug generations in the 2000s: An analysis of arrestee data. Journal of Drug Issues. 43, (3), 335-356.
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2004
Burke, Cynthia . Drug Use Among Adult Arrestees in San Diego County. CJ Bulletin. San Diego, CA: SANDAG, Criminal Justice Research Division.
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2005
Beckett, Katherine,  Nyrop, Kris,  Pfingst, Lori,  Bowen, Melissa . Drug use, drug possession arrests, and the question of race: Lessons from Seattle. Social Problems. 52, (3), 419-441.
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2005
Jones, Peter R. Drug use trends across the DUF/ADAM divide: 1988-2002. Boston, MA.
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2003
Myrstol, Brad . Drug use trends among Anchorage arrestees: 1999-2001. Alaska Justice Forum. 19, (4), 1, 10-12.
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2005
Lord, Vivian B.,  Friday, Paul C.,  Brennan, Pauline K. The effects of interviewer characteristics on arrestees' responses to drug-related questions. Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice. 1, (1), 36-55.
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2005
Rodriguez, Nancy,  Katz, Charles,  Webb, Vincent J.,  Schaefer, David R. Examining the impact of individual, community, and market factors on methamphetamine use: A tale of two cities. Journal of Drug Issues. 35, (4), 665-693.
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2012
Miller, Riane N.,  Kuhns, Joseph B. Exploring the impact of medical marijuana laws on the validity of self-reported marijuana use among juvenile arrestees over time. Criminal Justice Policy Review. 23, (1), 40-66.
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2004
Yacoubian, George S., Jr.,  Peters, Ronald J. Exploring the prevalence and correlates of methamphetamine use: Findings from Sacramento's ADAM program. Journal of Drug Education. 34, (3), 281-294.
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2011
Griffin, Marie L.,  Rodriguez, Nancy . The gendered nature of drug acquisition behavior within marijuana and crack drug markets. Crime and Delinquency. 57, (3), 408-431.
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2004
Golub, Andrew,  Johnson, Bruce D. How Much Do Manhattan-Arrestees Spend on Drugs?. Final Report to the National Institute of Justice Regarding Monitoring Drug Markets in Manhattan with ADAM. NIJ 207147, New York, NY: National Development and Research Institutes, Inc..
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2009
Dave, Dhaval . Illicit drug use among arrestees, prices and policy. Journal of Urban Economics. 63, (2), 694-714.
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2005
Golub, Andrew,  Liberty, Hillary James,  Johnson, Bruce D. Inaccuracies in self-reports and urinalysis tests: Impacts on monitoring marijuana use trends among arrestees. Journal of Drug Issues. 35, (4), 941-965.
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