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1999
An, Lawrence C.,  O'Malley, Patrick M.,  Schulenberg, John E.,  Bachman, Jerald G.,  Johnston, Lloyd D. Changes at the High End of Risk in Cigarette Smoking Among US High School Seniors, 1976-1995. American Journal of Public Health. 89, (5), 699-705.
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1999
Bachman, Jerald G.,  Freedman-Doan, Peter,  O'Malley, Patrick M.,  Johnston, Lloyd D.,  Segal, David R. Changing patterns of drug use among U.S. military recruits before and after enlistment. American Journal of Public Health. 89, (5), 372-377.
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2005
Delva, Jorge,  Wallace, John M., Jr.,  O'Malley, Patrick M.,  Bachman, Jerald G.,  Johnston, Lloyd D.,  Schulenberg, John E. The epidemiology of alcohol, marijuana, and cocaine use among Mexican American, Puerto Rican, Cuban American, and other Latin American eighth-grade students in the United States: 1991-2002. American Journal of Public Health. 95, (4), 696-702.
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1998
Bachman, Jerald G.,  Johnston, Lloyd D.,  O'Malley, Patrick M. Explaining recent increases in students' marijuana use: Impacts of perceived risks and disapproval, 1976 through 1996. American Journal of Public Health. 88, (6), 887-892.
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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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2004
Merline, Alicia C.,  O'Malley, Patrick M.,  Schulenberg, John E.,  Bachman, Jerald G.,  Johnston, Lloyd D. Substance Use Among Adults 35 Years of Age: Prevalence, Adulthood Predictors, and Impact of Adolescent Substance Use. American Journal of Public Health. 94, (1), 96-102.
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