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2013
Dollar, Cindy Brooks,  Ray, Bradley . Adult nonmedical prescription drug use: An examination of bond theory. Deviant Behavior. 34, (11), 932-949.
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2014
Lee, Joongyeup,  Menard, Scott,  Bouffard, Lena A. Extending interactional theory: The labeling dimension. Deviant Behavior. 35, (1), 1-19.
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2014
Ford, Jason A. Poor health, strain, and substance use. Deviant Behavior. 35, (8), 654-667.
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1998
Adams, Mike S.,  Johnson, James D.,  Evans, T. David . Racial differences in informal labeling effects. Deviant Behavior. 19, (2), 157-171.
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2014
Menard, Scott,  Pollock, Wendi . Self reports of being falsely accused of criminal behavior. Deviant Behavior. 35, (5), 378-393.
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2014
Black, Pamela,  Joseph, Lauren J. Still dazed and confused: Midlife marijuana use by the baby boom generation. Deviant Behavior. 35, (10), 822-841.
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2012
Nowacki, Jeffrey S. Sugar, spice, and street codes: The influences of gender and family attachment on street code adoption. Deviant Behavior. 33, (10), 831-844.
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1999
Nielsen, Amie L. Testing Sampson and Laub's life course theory: Age, race/ethnicity, and drunkenness. Deviant Behavior. 20, (2), 129-151.
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1997
Hayes, Hennessey D. Using integrated theory to explain the movement into juvenile delinquency. Deviant Behavior. 18, (2), 161-184.
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