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1978
Segal, David R.,  Bachman, Jerald G.,  Dowdell, Faye . Military service for female and black youth: A perceived mobility opportunity. Youth and Society. 10, (2), 127-134.
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1978
O'Malley, Patrick M.,  Bachman, Jerald G.,  Johnston, Lloyd D. Drug use and military plans of high school seniors. Youth and Society. 10, (1), 65-77.
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1978
Segal, David R.,  Bachman, Jerald G. The military as an educational and training institution: A comparison among post-high school alternatives. Youth and Society. 10, (1), 47-64.
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1978
Bachman, Jerald G.,  O'Malley, Patrick M.,  Johnston, Jerome . Adolescence to adulthood: A study of change and stability in the lives of young men. Youth in Transition, vol. 6. Ann Arbor, MI: Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan.
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1981
Johnston, Lloyd D.,  O'Malley, Patrick M.,  Bachman, Jerald G. Marijuana Decriminalization: The Impact on Youth. Monitoring the Future Occasional Papers. 13, Ann Arbor, MI: Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan.
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2008
Messersmith, Emily E.,  Bachman, Jerald G.,  Schulenberg, John E. The optimism of American youth. Young People Facing the Future: An International Survey. Paris: Fondation pour l'innovation politique.
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1993
Wallace, J.M., Jr.,  Bachman, Jerald G. Validity of self-reports in student-based studies on minority populations: Issues and concerns. Drug Abuse Among Minority Youth: Methodological Issues and Recent Research Advances. Rockville, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse.
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1986
Bachman, Jerald G.,  Johnston, Lloyd D.,  O'Malley, Patrick M. Recent findings from 'Monitoring the Future: A Continuing Study of the Lifestyles and Values of Youth'. Research on the Quality of Life. Ann Arbor: Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research.
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1999
Wallace, John M., Jr.,  Forman, Tyrone A.,  Guthrie, Barbara J.,  Bachman, Jerald G.,  O'Malley, Patrick M.,  Johnston, Lloyd D. The Epidemiology of Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Use Among Black Youth. Journal of Studies on Alcohol. 60, (6), 800-809.
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1991
Bachman, Jerald G.,  Johnston, Lloyd D.,  O'Malley, Patrick M. How changes in drug use are linked to perceived risks and disapproval: Evidence from national studies that youth and young adults respond to information about the consequences of drug use. Persuasive Communication and Drug Abuse Prevention. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
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1993
Johnston, Lloyd D.,  O'Malley, Patrick M.,  Bachman, Jerald G. National Survey Results on Drug Use from the Monitoring the Future Study, 1975-1992. Volume 1: Secondary School Students. Rockville, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse.
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1984
O'Malley, Patrick M.,  Bachman, Jerald G.,  Johnston, Lloyd D. Period, age, and cohort effects on substance use among American youth, 1976-82. American Journal of Public Health. 74, (7), 682-688.
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1992
Johnston, Lloyd D.,  O'Malley, Patrick M.,  Bachman, Jerald G. Smoking, Drinking, and Illicit Drug Use Among American Secondary School Students, College Students, and Young Adults, 1975-1991. Volume I: Secondary school students. Rockville, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse.
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1992
Johnston, Lloyd D.,  O'Malley, Patrick M.,  Bachman, Jerald G. Smoking, Drinking, and Illicit Drug Use Among American Secondary School Students, College Students, and Young Adults, 1975-1991. Volume II: College Students and Young Adults. Rockville, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse.
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