Dennis M. Gorman
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Spatial dynamics of alcohol availability, neighborhood structure and violent crime.
DM Gorman, PW Speer, PJ Gruenewald, EW Labouvie
Journal of studies on alcohol 62 (5), 628-636, 2001
Dynamics of the drug-crime relationship
HR White, DM Gorman
National Institute of Justice, 2000
Alcohol outlet density and violence: a geospatial analysis
L Zhu, DM Gorman, S Horel
Alcohol and alcoholism 39 (4), 369-375, 2004
American Artifacts
JD Prown, K Haltman
East Lansing: Michigan State University, 2000
Violent crime and alcohol availability: relationships in an urban community
PW Speer, DM Gorman, EW Labouvie, MJ Ontkush
Journal of public health policy 19 (3), 303-318, 1998
Agent-based modeling of drinking behavior: a preliminary model and potential applications to theory and practice
DM Gorman, J Mezic, I Mezic, PJ Gruenewald
American journal of public health 96 (11), 2055-2060, 2006
The irrelevance of evidence in the development of school-based drug prevention policy, 1986-1996
DM Gorman
Evaluation review 22 (1), 118-146, 1998
Quantifying geographic variations in associations between alcohol distribution and violence: a comparison of geographically weighted regression and spatially varying …
LA Waller, L Zhu, CA Gotway, DM Gorman, PJ Gruenewald
Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment 21 (5), 573-588, 2007
Community-based approaches for the prevention of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use
M Aguirre-Molina, DM Gorman
Annual review of public health 17 (1), 337-358, 1996
Risk of assaultive violence and alcohol availability in New Jersey.
DM Gorman, PW Speer, EW Labouvie, AP Subaiya
American journal of public health 88 (1), 97-100, 1998
Drug ‘hot‐spots’, alcohol availability and violence
DM Gorman, L Zhu, S Horel
Drug and alcohol review 24 (6), 507-513, 2005
Drinking as an epidemic—a simple mathematical model with recovery and relapse
F Sánchez, X Wang, C Castillo-Chávez, DM Gorman, PJ Gruenewald
Therapist's Guide to Evidence-Based Relapse Prevention, 353-368, 2007
Hierarchical Bayesian spatial models for alcohol availability, drug" hot spots" and violent crime
L Zhu, DM Gorman, S Horel
International Journal of Health Geographics 5 (1), 1-12, 2006
Implications of using the composite and short versions of the Alcohol and Alcohol Problems Perception Questionnaire (AAPPQ)
DM Gorman, AKJ Cartwright
British Journal of Addiction 86 (3), 327-334, 1991
Do medical cannabis laws encourage cannabis use?
DM Gorman, JC Huber Jr
International Journal of Drug Policy 18 (3), 160-167, 2007
The “science” of drug and alcohol prevention: the case of the randomized trial of the Life Skills Training program
DM Gorman
International Journal of Drug Policy 13 (1), 21-26, 2002
Do school-based social skills training programs prevent alcohol use among young people?
DM Gorman
Addiction Research 4 (2), 191-210, 1996
The concentration of liquor outlets in an economically disadvantaged city in the northeastern United States
DM Gorman, PW Speer
Substance use & misuse 32 (14), 2033-2046, 1997
Alcohol & drug abuse: the best of practices, the worst of practices: the making of science-based primary prevention programs
DM Gorman
Psychiatric Services 54 (8), 1087-1089, 2003
The creation of evidence in ‘evidence‐based’drug prevention: a critique of the Strengthening Families Program Plus Life Skills Training evaluation
DM Gorman, E Conde, JC Huber
Drug and Alcohol Review 26 (6), 585-593, 2007
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