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A Novel Method for Understanding and Countering Claims of Reduced Risk Cigarettes, James Nonnemaker, Ph.D.
A New Method for Measuring the Public Health Impact of Increased Access to Potential Reduced Exposure Products, Joseph Terza, Ph.D.
A New Method for Measuring the Public Health Impact of Increased Access to Potential Reduced Exposure Products, Joseph Terza, Ph.D.
State Alcohol Policy and Motor Vehicle Fatalities Among Young Adults, Michael Morrisey, Ph.D.
Tobacco Harm Reduction: Implications for Nicotine Addiction and Public Health, Kenneth Warner, Ph.D.
A Study of Online Counseling and Internet Use Among Family Drug Court Participants, Susanna Nemes, Ph.D.
Reimbursement Policy for Online Substance Abuse Treatment, Farrokh Alemi, Ph.D.
Informing Consumers about the Relative Health Risks of Different Nicotine Delivery Products, K. Michael Cummings, Ph.D., M.P.H.
Naltrexone for Alcoholism: Factors Influencing the Use of a New Pharmacotherapy, Richard Rawson, Ph.D.
The Role of the Built Environment in Risk and Protection for Drug Abuse: Policy Implications, Jose Szapocznik, Ph.D.
Analysis of the Efficacy of Screening, Blocking and Ratings Technologies for Preventing Youth Access to Alcohol- and Tobacco-related Web Sites, Kathryn Montgomery, Ph.D.
The Implementation of LAAM: Factors Affecting the Use of a New Opiate Addiction Treatment Alternative, Richard Rawson, Ph.D.
 
   
 
 
     
   
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