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2010
Han, Beth,  Gfroerer, Joseph C.,  Colliver, James D. Associations between duration of illicit drug use and health conditions: Results from the 2005-2007 National Surveys on Drug Use and Health. Annals of Epidemiology. 20, (4), 289-297.
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2013
Muhuri, Pradip K.,  Gfroerer, Joseph C.,  Davies, M. Christine . Associations of Nonmedical Pain Reliever Use and Initiation of Heroin Use in the United States. CBHDQ Data Review. Rockville, MD: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality.
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2013
Pemberton, Michael R.,  Bose, Jonaki,  Kilmer, Greta,  Kroutil, Larry A.,  Forman-Hoffman, Valerie L.,  Gfroerer, Joseph C. Comparison of NSDUH Health and Health Care Utilization Estimates to Other National Data Sources. CBHSQ Data Review. Rockville, MD: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality.
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2011
Hedden, Sarra L.,  Gfroerer, Joseph C. Correlates of perceiving a need for treatment among adults with substance use disorder: Results from a National Survey. Addictive Behaviors. 36, (12), 1213
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2010
Novak, Scott P.,  Colpe, Lisa J.,  Barker, Peggy R.,  Gfroerer, Joseph C. Development of a brief mental health impairment scale using a nationally representative sample in the USA. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research. 19, (S1), 49-60.
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2013
Lee, Hae Kook,  Han, Beth,  Gfroerer, Joseph C. Differences in the prevalence rates and correlates of alcohol use and binge alcohol use among five Asian American subpopulations. Addictive Behaviors. 38, (3), 1816-1823.
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1997
Woodward, Albert,  Epstein, Joan F.,  Gfroerer, Joseph C.,  Melnick, Daniel,  Thoreson, Richard,  Willson, Douglas . The drug abuse treatment gap: Recent estimates. Health Care Financing Review. 18, (3), 5-17.
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1990
Kopstein, Andrea,  Gfroerer, Joseph C. Drug use patterns and demographics of employed drug users: Data from the 1988 National Household Survey on Drug Abuse. NIDA Research Monograph. 100, 11-24.
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2007
Gfroerer, Joseph C.,  Larson, Sharon L.,  Colliver, James D. Drug use patterns and trends in rural communities. Journal of Rural Health. 23, (Supp), 10-15.
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1988
Adams, Edgar H.,  Gfroerer, Joseph C. Elevated risk of cocaine use in adults. Psychiatric Annals. 18, (9), 523-527.
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1989
Adams, Edgar H.,  Gfroerer, Joseph C.,  Rouse, Beatrice A. Epidemiology of substance abuse including alcohol and cigarette smoking. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 562, 14-20.
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2002
Gfroerer, Joseph C.,  Wu, Li-Tzy,  Penne, Michael A. Initiation of Marijuana Use: Trends, Patterns, and Implications. Analytic Series: A-17. SMA 02-3711, Rockville, MD: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Office of Applied Studies.
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1999
Gfroerer, Joseph C.,  Epstein, Joan F. Marijuana initiates and their impact on future drug abuse treatment need. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 54, (3), 229-237.
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2006
Colliver, James D.,  Kroutil, Larry A.,  Dai, Lanting,  Gfroerer, Joseph C. Misuse of Prescription Drugs: Data from the 2002, 2003, and 2004 National Surveys on Drug Use and Health. Analytic Series A-28. SMA 06-4192, Rockville, MD: United States Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Office of Applied Studies.
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2008
Herman-Stahl, Mindy A.,  Ashley, Olivia Silber,  Penne, Michael A.,  Bauman, Karl E.,  Williams, Jason,  Sanchez, Rebecca P.,  Loomis, Kellie M.,  Williams, Megan S.,  Gfroerer, Joseph C. Moderation and mediation in the relationship between mothers' or fathers' serious psychological distress and adolescent substance use: Findings from a national sample. Journal of Adolescent Health. 43, (12), 141-150.
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2011
Muhuri, Pradip K.,  Gfroerer, Joseph C. Mortality associated with illegal drug use among adults in the United States. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse. 37, 155-164.
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2008
Colliver, James D.,  Gfroerer, Joseph C. Motive for nonmedical use of prescription pain relievers in the National Survey on Drug Use and Health. Journal of Pain. 9, (6), 487-489.
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2010
Aldworth, Jeremy,  Colpe, Lisa J.,  Gfroerer, Joseph C.,  Novak, Scott P.,  Chromy, James R.,  Barker P.R.,  Barnett-Walker, Kortnee,  Karg, Rhonda S.,  Morton, Katherine B.,  Spagnola, Katherine . The National Survey on Drug Use and Health Mental Health Surveillance Study: Calibration analysis. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research. 19, (S1), 61-87.
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2010
Colpe, Lisa J.,  Barker, Peggy R.,  Karg, Rhonda S.,  Batts, Kathy R.,  Morton, Katherine B.,  Gfroerer, Joseph C.,  Stolzenberg, Stephanie J.,  Cunningham, David B.,  First, Michael B.,  Aldworth, Jeremy . The National Survey on Drug Use and Health Mental Health Surveillance Study: Calibration study design and field procedures. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research. 19, (S1), 36-48.
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1993
Gfroerer, Joseph C. An Overview of the National Household Survey on Drug Abuse and Related Methodological Research. meeting of the American Statistical Association, Survey Research Section. Washington, DC.
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2004
Miller, Jacqueline W.,  Gfroerer, Joseph C.,  Brewer, Robert D.,  Naimi, Timothy S.,  Mokdad, Ali,  Giles, Wayne H. Prevalence of adult binge drinking: A comparison of two national surveys. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 27, (3), 197-204.
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1997
Gfroerer, Joseph C.,  Wright, Doug A.,  Kopstein, Andrea . Prevalence of youth substance use: The impact of methodological differences between two national surveys. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 47, (1), 19-30.
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2006
Colliver, James D.,  Compton, Wilson M.,  Gfroerer, Joseph C.,  Condon, Timothy . Projecting drug use among aging baby boomers in 2020. Annals of Epidemiology. 16, (4), 257-265.
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2003
Kessler, Ronald C.,  Barker, Peggy R.,  Colpe, Lisa J.,  Epstein, Joan F.,  Gfroerer, Joseph C.,  Hiripi, Eva,  Howes, Mary J.,  Normand, Sharon-Lise T.,  Manderscheid, Ronald W.,  Walters, Ellen E.,  Zaslavsky, Alan M. Screening for serious mental illness in the general population. Archives of General Psychiatry. 60, (2), 184-189.
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2009
Colpe, Lisa J.,  Epstein, Joan F.,  Barker, Peggy R.,  Gfroerer, Joseph C. Screening for serious mental illness in the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH). Annals of Epidemiology. 19, (3), 210-211.
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