>li>White, J. B.; Duncan, D. F.; Bradley, D. B.; Nicholson, T.; Bonaguro, J.; and Abrahamson, K. (2014). Substance abuse policies in long-term care facilities: A survey with implications for education of long-term care providers. Educational Gerontology, 41(7), 519-526. [Get Document] [ E-mail Comment ]

  • Duncan, D. F.; Nicholson, T.; White, J. B.; and Ellis-Griffith, G. (2014). A brief history of prohibition and treatment solutions for substance abusers. International Journal of Criminology and Sociology, 3, 186-199.
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  • Nicholson, T.; Duncan, D. F.; White, J.; and Watkins, C. (2012). Focusing on abuse, not use: A proposed new direction for US drug policy. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 19(4), 303-308.
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  • Nicholson, T.; Duncan, D. F.; White, J.; and Stickle, F. (2012). Focusing on abuse, not use, in drug education. Journal of Substance Use, Early Online, 1-9.
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  • Nicholson, T., Duncan, D. F., White, J., and Stickle, F. (2011). Focusing on Abuse, Not Use, In Drug Education. Paper for presentation at the International Conference on Drug Policy Reform, Los Angeles, California.
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  • Duncan, D. F., Nicholson, T., and White, J. B. (November 21, 2010). The Aging Baby Boom Generation: Implications for Harm Reduction and Drug Policy Reform. Eighth National Harm Reduction Conference, Austin, Texas.
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  • Duncan, D. F. (2008). Letter to President-Elect Barack Obama.
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  • Nicholson, T., Duncan, D. F., and White, J. B. (March 11, 2008). Focusing on Addictive Disorders Rather than Drug Use. Paper presented at The Oxford Round Table on Substance Abuse: From Biology to Ethics, at Lincoln College, Oxford University, Oxford, England.
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  • White, J. B., Nicholson, T., and Duncan, D. F. (2006). Drug policy issues for health services research. Paper presented at the 134th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Boston, Massachusetts.
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  • Jayakumar, M., Nicholson, T., White, J. B., Duncan, D. F., & Wilson, R. (2006). Comparison of Recreational Marijuana Users in Three Nations. Paper presented at the 134th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Boston, Massachusetts.
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  • Duncan, D. F., White, J. B., & Nicholson, T. (2005). Impact of Criminal Justice System Coercion on Drug Abuse Treatment. Paper presented at the Annual 133rd Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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  • Duncan, D. F.(2003). Drug war heresies. Jounal of Public Health Policy, 24, 473-479.
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  • Chilakapati, V. S.; Duncan, D. F.; Nicholson, T., White, J.B., Lindley, L. (2003). A case-control analysis of felony convictions among recreational drug users. Psychological Reports, 93, 365-370.
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  • Nicholson, T. (2001). Review of Confronting the Drug Control Establishment. Journal of Public Health Policy, 22(3), 358-360.
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  • Hornik, R.; Judkins, D.; Golub, A.; Johnson, B.; and Duncan, D. F. (2000). Evaluation of the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign: Historical Trends in Drug Use and Design of the Phase III Evaluation. A Report to Congress. Washington, DC: White House Office of National Drug Control Policy.
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  • Donnelly, J. W., Hollenbeck, W., Eadie, C, Duncan, D. F., and Eburne, N. (2000). College students' distorted perceptions of drug dangers: Overestimation and underestimation of licit and illicit drugs. International Electronic Journal of Health Education, 3, 272-277.
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  • Duncan, D. F.(1999). Drug use by workers, does it reduce productivity? Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association.
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  • National Association for Public Health Policy (1999). A public health approach to mitigating the negative consequences of illicit drug abuse. Journal of Public Health Policy, 20, 268-281. Policy statement drafted by David F. Duncan, Thomas Nicholson, and Jennifer Reneau.
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  • Duncan, D. F. (1998). Prevention Issues: Some Cautionary Notes. In: R. L. Hampton, V. Senatore, and T. P. Gullotta (Eds.), Substance Abuse, Family Violence, and Child Welfare: Bridging Perspectives (chapter 9, pp. 249-262). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
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  • Duncan, D.F., & Nicholson, T. (1997). Dutch drug policy: A model for America? Journal of Health and Social Policy, 8(3), 1-15.
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  • Duncan, D.F. (1997). Uses and misuses of epidemiology in shaping drug policy. Journal of Primary Prevention, 17(4), 375-382.
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  • Duncan, D. F. (1997). Declining alcohol consumption in the U.S. and Rhode Island. Medicine and Health / Rhode Island, 80(3), 94-95
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  • Duncan, D. F (1996). Facing the new puritanism. In: B. E. Donovan & R. Knight (Eds.), Students and Chemical Dependency: Report on a Conference on Alcohol and Other Drugs in School and College..
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  • Duncan, D. F (1995). A new direction for drug education -- Harm reduction. The Catalyst..
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  • Duncan, D. F. (1995). Ten Years of Cocaine: A Follow-up Study of 64 Cocaine Users in Amsterdam. Contemporary Drug Problems, 163-186.
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  • Duncan, D. F., Nicholson, T., Clifford, P., Hawkins, W., & Petosa, R. (1994). Harm reduction: An emerging new paradigm for drug education. Journal of Drug Education, 24, 281-290. .
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  • Duncan, D. F. (1994). Editorial: Rethinking drug policy options -- Getting beyond prohibition versus legalization. Substance Abuse, 15, 197-198. Reprinted (1995) in Alkolizm i Narkomania(Warsaw). .
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  • Duncan, D. F. (1992). Drug abuse prevention in post-legalization America: What could it be like? Journal of Primary Prevention, 12, 317-322.
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  • Nicholson, T. (1992). The primary prevention of illicit drug problems: An argument for decriminalization and legalization. Journal of Primary Prevention, 12(4),

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  • Nicholson, T. (1992). Social policy and adolescent drug consumption: The legalization option. . In: T. P. Gullotta, G. R. Adams, & R. Montemayor (Eds.) Substance Misuse in Adolescence (pp. 233-247). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

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  • Duncan, D. F., & Gold, R. S. (1983). Cultivating drug use: A strategy for the 80s Bulletin of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors, 2, 143-147. .
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