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2014
Kopak, Albert M.,  Vartanian, Lisa,  Hoffmann, Norman G.,  Hunt, Dana E. The connections between substance dependence, offense type, and offense severity. Journal of Drug Issues. 44, (3), 291-307.
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2011
Gillmore, Mary Rogers,  Chen, Angela Chia-Chen.,  Haas, Steven A.,  Kopak, Albert M.,  Robillard, Alyssa G. Do family and parenting factors in adolescence influence condom use in early adulthood in a multiethnic sample of young adults?. Journal of Youth and Adolescence. 40, (11), 1503-1518.
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2014
Kopak, Albert M.,  Smith-Ruiz, Dorothy . DSM-5 substance use disorders and offense types among women in the criminal justice system. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation. 53, (6), 433-454.
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2012
Kopak, Albert M.,  Hawley, F. Frederick . Family warmth and delinquency among Mexican American and White youth: Detailing the causal variables. OJJDP Journal of Juvenile Justice. 1, (2), 52-67.
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2014
Kopak, Albert M.,  Hoffmann, Norman G. Pathways between substance use, dependence, offense type, and offense severity. Criminal Justice Policy Review. 25, (6), 743-760.
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2014
Kopak, Albert M. Protective factors against substance use among multiethnic gang-affiliated youth. Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice. 12, (3), 194-217.
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2013
Kopak, Albert M. The relative importance of immigrant generation for Mexican Americans' alcohol and tobacco use from adolescence to early adulthood. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health. 15, (3), 569-576.
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