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1999
Van Etten, Michelle L.,  Anthony, James C. Comparative epidemiology of initial drug opportunities and transitions to first use: Marijuana, cocaine, hallucinogens and heroin. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 54, (2), 117-125.
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1998
Neumark, Y.D.,  Delva, J.,  Anthony, James C. The epidemiology of adolescent inhalant drug involvement. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. 152, (8), 781-786.
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1997
Van Etten, Michelle L.,  Neumark, Yehuda D.,  Anthony, James C. Initial opportunity to use marijuana and the transition to first use: United States, 1979-1994. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 49, (1), 1-7.
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1999
Van Etten, Michelle L.,  Neumark, Yehuda D.,  Anthony, James C. Male-female differences in the earliest stages of drug involvement. Addiction. 94, (9), 1413-1419.
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2000
Petronis, Kenneth R.,  Anthony, James C. Perceived risk of cocaine use and experience with cocaine: Do they cluster within US neighborhoods and cities?. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 57, (3), 183-192.
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1998
Delva, J.,  Furr, C.D.,  Anthony, James C. Personal characteristics associated with injecting drug use among Latinas in the United States of America. Revista Panamericana de Salud Publica / Pan American Journal of Public Health. 4, (5), 341-345.
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2000
Bobashev, G.V.,  Anthony, James C. Use of alternating logistic regression in studies of drug-use clustering. Substance Use and Misuse. 35, (6-8), 1051-1073.
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