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2016
Chen, Lian-Yu,  Crum, Rosa M.,  Strain, Eric C.,  Alexander, G. Caleb,  Kaufmann, Christopher,  Mojtabai, Ramin . Prescriptions, nonmedical use, and emergency department visits involving prescription stimulants. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. e297-e304.
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2015
Chen, Lian-Yu,  Crum, R.,  Kaufmann, Christopher N.,  Martins, Silvia S.,  Strain, Eric C.,  Mojtabai, R. Patterns of concurrent substance use among prescription stimulant misusers: Results from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 146, e245
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2014
Chen, Lian-Yu,  Crum, Rosa M.,  Martins, Silvia S.,  Kaufmann, Christopher N.,  Strain, Eric C.,  Mojtabai, Ramin . Patterns of concurrent substance use among nonmedical ADHD stimulant users: Results from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 142, 86-90.
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2014
Chen, Lian-Yu,  Strain, Eric C.,  Crum, Rosa M.,  Storr, Carla L.,  Mojtabai, Ramin . Sources of nonmedically used prescription stimulants: Differences in onset, recency and severity of misuse in a population-based study. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 145, 106-112.
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2013
Chen, Lian-Yu,  Crum, Rosa M.,  Martins, Silvia S.,  Kaufmann, Christopher N.,  Strain, Eric C.,  Mojtabai, Ramin . Service use and barriers to mental health care among adults with major depression and comorbid substance dependence. Psychiatric Services. 64, (9), 863-870.
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2013
Chen, Lian-Yu,  Strain, Eric C.,  Crum, Rosa M.,  Mojtabai, Ramin . Gender differences in substance abuse treatment and barriers to care among persons with substance use disorders with and without comorbid major depression. Journal of Addiction Medicine. 71, (5), 325-334.
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