Joseph J Palamar
Joseph J Palamar
New York University School of Medicine
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei nyu.edu
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Correlates of intentions to use cannabis among US high school seniors in the case of cannabis legalization
JJ Palamar, DC Ompad, E Petkova
International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (3), 424-435, 2014
1292014
Poly-club-drug use among gay and bisexual men: a longitudinal analysis
PN Halkitis, JJ Palamar, PP Mukherjee
Drug and alcohol dependence 89 (2-3), 153-160, 2007
1242007
Demographic trends of binge alcohol use and alcohol use disorders among older adults in the United States, 2005–2014
BH Han, AA Moore, S Sherman, KM Keyes, JJ Palamar
Drug and alcohol dependence 170, 198-207, 2017
1122017
Demographic trends among older cannabis users in the United States, 2006–13
BH Han, S Sherman, PM Mauro, SS Martins, J Rotenberg, JJ Palamar
Addiction 112 (3), 516-525, 2017
1092017
Self-reported use of novel psychoactive substances in a US nationally representative survey: Prevalence, correlates, and a call for new survey methods to prevent underreporting
JJ Palamar, SS Martins, MK Su, DC Ompad
Drug and alcohol dependence 156, 112-119, 2015
1002015
Detection of “bath salts” and other novel psychoactive substances in hair samples of ecstasy/MDMA/“Molly” users
JJ Palamar, A Salomone, M Vincenti, CM Cleland
Drug and alcohol dependence 161, 200-205, 2016
912016
Powder cocaine and crack use in the United States: An examination of risk for arrest and socioeconomic disparities in use
JJ Palamar, S Davies, DC Ompad, CM Cleland, M Weitzman
Drug and alcohol dependence 149, 108-116, 2015
832015
Hookah use among US high school seniors
JJ Palamar, S Zhou, S Sherman, M Weitzman
Pediatrics 134 (2), 227-234, 2014
832014
Nonmedical opioid use and heroin use in a nationally representative sample of us high school seniors
JJ Palamar, JA Shearston, EW Dawson, P Mateu-Gelabert, DC Ompad
Drug and alcohol dependence 158, 132-138, 2016
792016
Longitudinal modeling of methamphetamine use and sexual risk behaviors in gay and bisexual men
PN Halkitis, PP Mukherjee, JJ Palamar
AIDS and Behavior 13 (4), 783, 2009
792009
Cluster (school) RCT of ParentCorps: impact on kindergarten academic achievement
LM Brotman, S Dawson-McClure, EJ Calzada, KY Huang, D Kamboukos, ...
Pediatrics 131 (5), e1521-e1529, 2013
762013
Comorbidities and quality of life among breast cancer survivors: a prospective study
MR Fu, D Axelrod, AA Guth, CM Cleland, CE Ryan, KR Weaver, JM Qiu, ...
Journal of personalized medicine 5 (3), 229-242, 2015
732015
Synthetic cannabinoid use in a nationally representative sample of US high school seniors
JJ Palamar, P Acosta
Drug and alcohol dependence 149, 194-202, 2015
732015
Multi‐level modeling to explain methamphetamine use among gay and bisexual men
PN Halkitis, PP Mukherjee, JJ Palamar
Addiction 102, 76-83, 2007
662007
Self-reported use of novel psychoactive substances among attendees of electronic dance music venues
JJ Palamar, P Acosta, S Sherman, DC Ompad, CM Cleland
The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 42 (6), 624-632, 2016
652016
Analysis of HIV medication adherence in relation to person and treatment characteristics using hierarchical linear modeling
P Halkitis, J Palamar, P Mukherjee
AIDS patient care and STDs 22 (4), 323-335, 2008
652008
Evaluation of subjective effects of aripiprazole and methamphetamine in methamphetamine-dependent volunteers
TF Newton, MS Reid, R De La Garza, JJ Mahoney III, A Abad, R Condos, ...
International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology 11 (8), 1037-1045, 2008
602008
Multivariate modeling of club drug use initiation among gay and bisexual men
PN Halkitis, JJ Palamar
Substance use & misuse 43 (7), 871-879, 2008
582008
GHB use among gay and bisexual men
PN Halkitis, JJ Palamar
Addictive Behaviors 31 (11), 2135-2139, 2006
572006
Moving on from representativeness: testing the utility of the Global Drug Survey
MJ Barratt, JA Ferris, R Zahnow, JJ Palamar, LJ Maier, AR Winstock
Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment 11, 1178221817716391, 2017
562017
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