Log In/Create Account

Publications Search Results

Use the search box below to revise your search, or start a new search. Users may wish to consult What's Included in the Bibliography.

 
 
 
 
Pub. Year
Citation
2005
Ford, Jason A. The connection between heavy drinking and juvenile delinquency during adolescence. Sociological Spectrum. 25, (6), 629-650.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2011
Ford, Jason A.,  Watkins, William C.,  Blumenstein, Lindsey . Correlates of salvia divinorum use in a national sample: Findings from the 2009 national survey on drug use and health. Addictive Behaviors.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2001
Nielsen, Amie L.,  Ford, Jason A. Drinking patterns among Hispanic adolescents: Results from a national household survey. Journal of Studies on Alcohol. 62, (4), 448-456.
Full Text Options: Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2011
Ford, Jason A.,  Schroeder, Ryan D. Higher education and criminal offending over the life course. Sociological Spectrum. 31, (1), 32-58.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2012
Ford, Jason A.,  McCutcheon, James . The misuse of Ambien among adolescents: Prevalence and correlates in a national sample. Addictive Behaviors. 37, (12), 1389-1394.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2014
Rigg, Khary K.,  Ford, Jason A. The misuse of benzodiazepines among adolescents: Psychosocial risk factors in a national sample. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 137, 137-142.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2009
Ford, Jason A. Misuse of over-the-counter cough or cold medications among adolescents: Prevalence and correlates in a national sample. Journal of Adolescent Health. 44, (5), 505-507.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2009
Ford, Jason A. Nonmedical prescription drug use among adolescents: The influence of bonds to family and school. Youth and Society. 40, (3), 336-352.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2008
Ford, Jason A.,  Rivera, Fernando I. Nonmedical prescription drug use among Hispanics. Journal of Drug Issues. 38, (1), 285
Full Text Options: Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2008
Ford, Jason A. Nonmedical prescription drug use and delinquency: An analysis with a national sample. Journal of Drug Issues. 28, (2), 493-516.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2014
Ford, Jason A. Poor health, strain, and substance use. Deviant Behavior. 35, (8), 654-667.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2014
Ford, Jason A.,  Reckdenwald, Amy,  Marquardt, Briana . Prescription drug misuse and gender. Substance Use and Misuse.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2012
Schroeder, Ryan D.,  Ford, Jason A. Prescription drug misuse: A test of three competing criminological theories. Journal of Drug Issues. 42, (1), 4-27.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2014
Ford, Jason A.,  Rigg, Khary K. Racial/ethnic differences in factors that place adolescents at risk for prescription opioid misuse. Prevention Science.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2011
Ford, Jason A.,  Lacerenza, Christina . The relationship between source of diversion and prescription drug misuse, abuse, and dependence. Substance Use and Misuse. 46, (6), 819-827.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2012
Ford, Jason A.,  Hill, Terrence D. Religiosity and adolescent substance use: Evidence from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health. Substance Use and Misuse. 47, (7), 787-798.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2005
Ford, Jason A. Substance use, the social bond, and delinquency. Sociological Inquiry. 75, (1), 109-128.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
[1]