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2002
Yacoubian, George S. Assessing the temporal relationship between race and ecstasy use among high school seniors. Journal of Drug Education. 32, (3), 213-225.
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2002
Yacoubian, George S.,  Peters, Ronald J., Jr.,  Urbach, Blake J.,  Johnson, Regina J. Comparing drug use between welfare-receiving arrestees and non-welfare-receiving arrestees. Journal of Drug Education. 32, (2), 139-147.
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2003
Yacoubian, George S.,  VanderWall, Kristine L.,  Johnson, Regina J.,  Urbach, Blake J.,  Peters, Ronald J. Comparing the validity of self-reported recent drug use between adult and juvenile arrestees. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs. 35, (2), 279-284.
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2003
Yacoubian, George S. Correlates of ecstasy use among high school seniors surveyed through Monitoring the Future. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy. 10, (1), 65-72.
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1999
Yacoubian, George S. A drug use typology for treatment intervention. Western Criminology Review. 1, (2),
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2002
Yacoubian, George S. Estimating the prevalence of recent ecstasy use among national arrestees. Federal Probation. 66, (3), 17-18.
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2002
Yacoubian, George S. Exploring benzodiazepine use among Houston arrestees. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs. 34, (4), 393-399.
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2002
Yacoubian, George S.,  Urbach, B. J. . To pee or not to pee: Reconsidering the need for urinalysis. Journal of Drug Education. 32, (4), 261-270.
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