Session 322: SA14 -> Theory and Research on Drugs and Substance Abuse Poster Sessions
Time: 5:00PM to 6:30 PM on Thursday, November 18
Place: Grand Ballroom
Results From a Study of Drug Dealers in Philadelphia {Location 122}
by: Rosalyn S. Sutherland, University of Delaware (Corresponding)
Lana D. Harrison, University of Delaware
Spatial Distribution of Drug Arrests in Sacramento {Location 123}
by: Jacqueline Carrigan, California State University - Sacramento (Corresponding)
Bohsiu Wu, California State University, Sacramento
Adult Arrestee Drug Use Trend Data: 1987 to 2003 {Location 124}
by: Sandra Woerle, National Institute of Justice (Corresponding)
Christine R. Crossland, National Institute of Justice
Diana C. Noone, Fairmont State University
Natalie T. Lu, National Institute of Justice
Henry H. Brownstein, Abt Associates, Inc.
An Exploratory Analysis of Male and Female Drug Traffickers in a Rural State {Location 125}
by: Allison Mateyoke-Scrivner, University of Kentucky (Corresponding)
J. Matthew Webster, University of Kentucky
Carl G. Leukefeld, University of Kentucky
Michele Staton, University of Kentucky
Treatment Compliance, Satisfaction, and Outcome in a Sample of Military Alcohol/Drug Offenders {Location 126}
by: Damon Mitchell, Central Connecticut State University (Corresponding)
Beer, Weed, and Speed: A Comparative Analysis of Techno, Hiphop and Hardcore Subcultures {Location 127}
by: Ron Kelly, Pennsylvania State University- Harrisburg (Corresponding)
Pamela Preston, Penn State Schuylkill
Jeremy Preston, California Polytechnic Institute
Recidivism Following Mandated Residential Substance Abuse Treatment {Location 128}
by: Matthew L. Hiller, Temple University (Corresponding)
Kevin Knight, Texas Christian University
D. Dwayne Simpson, Texas Christian University
"Don't Blame Me": The Failure of a Promising Substance Abuse Intervention {Location 129}
by: Stephen M. Cox, Central Connecticut State University (Corresponding)
Susan E. Pease, Central Connecticut State University
Mark J. Ludwig, Central Connecticut State University
Raymond Chip Tafrate, Central Connecticut State University
Do Mandatory Minimums and Maximums and/or Arrest Rates Have a Deterrent Effect on Consumption of Marijuana and Cocaine in the United States? {Location 130}
by: Katie Otermat, University of South Florida (Corresponding)
Pathways In and Out of Substance Use Among Homeless Youth {Location 131}
by: Kimberly A. Tyler, University of Nebraska - Lincoln (Corresponding)
Katherine A. Johnson, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Longer Term Effects of Child Abuse and Neglect on Alcohol Use and Problems: Mid-Adulthood Findings {Location 132}
by: Helene Raskin White, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Cathy Spatz Widom, New Jersey Medical School (UMDNJ)
Gender and Ethnic Difference in Parent and Child Drug Abuse Among Juvenile Justice Populations in El Paso, Texas {Location 133}
by: Gang Lee, University of Texas at El Paso (Corresponding)
Ruth D. Lopez, University of Texas at El Paso
Seeing Eye to Eye?: Participant and Stakeholder Perspectives on Drug Courts {Location 134}
by: Donald J. Farole, Jr., Center for Court Innovation (Corresponding)
Amanda Cissner, Center for Court Innovation
Significant Findings From the University of Delaware Drug Court Study {Location 135}
by: Christine A. Saum, University of Delaware (Corresponding)
Alison R. Gray, University of Delaware
Frank Scarpitti, University of Delaware
Clifford A. Butzin, University of Delaware
A Qualitative Examination of the Juvenile Drug Court Treatment Process {Location 136}
by: Valerie Bryan, University of Kentucky (Corresponding)
Matthew L. Hiller, Temple University
Carl G. Leukefeld, University of Kentucky
Restrictive Intermediate Punishments Under Pennsylvania's Sentencing Guidelines: An Impact Assessment {Location 137}
by: Tara Williams, The Pennsylvania State University (Corresponding)
John H. Kramer, The Pennsylvania State University
Punitive Attitudes Towards Persons With HIV: A Preliminary Analysis {Location 138}
by: Sarrah Carroll, Florida State University (Corresponding)
Marc Gertz, Florida State University
Jason T. Bratton, Florida State University
Kentucky Drug Courts: Assessing Recidivism in Youth Substance Abusers {Location 139}
by: Sherry Lynn Skaggs, University of Delaware (Corresponding)

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