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Invisible Wounds of War Psychological and Cognitive Injuries , Their Consequences , and Services to Assist Recovery
THE INVISIBLE WOUNDS OF WAR:
- T. Tanielian, L. Jaycox, M. Yochelson
- Political ScienceEchoes of Trauma and Shame in German Families
- 5 May 2020
The writer really shows how the simple words can maximize how the impression of this book is uttered directly for the readers.
Marijuana Legalization: What Everyone Needs to Know®
The Economic Cost of Methamphetamine Use in the United States, 2005
The analysis suggests that the economic cost of meth use in the United States reached $23.4 billion in 2005, and the study provides a lower-bound estimate of $16.2 billion and an upper-bound estimates of $48.3 billion, based on analysis of the burden of addiction and premature death.
A Framework for Synthetic Control Methods With High-Dimensional, Micro-Level Data: Evaluating a Neighborhood-Specific Crime Intervention
The synthetic control method is applied to a neighborhood-specific crime intervention in Roanoke, VA, and several novel contributions are made to the synthetic control toolkit, illustrating the importance of adjusting the estimated effect of treatment for the design effect implicit within the weights.
What America's Users Spend on Illegal Drugs, 2006–2016
The authors find that people spent about $150 billion on these drugs in 2016, and their best estimates for 2016 suggest that the marijuana market was roughly the size of the cocaine and methamphetamine markets combined.
Risks and Prices: The Role of User Sanctions in Marijuana Markets
- R. Pacula, B. Kilmer, M. Grossman, F. Chaloupka
- EconomicsThe B.E. journal of economic analysis & policy
- 1 September 2007
It is suggested that lower legal risks for users are associated with higher marijuana prices in the short-run, which ceteris paribus, implies an upward sloping supply curve, higher consumption, and higher profits for drug dealers.
An Analysis of Applicants Presenting to a Medical Marijuana Specialty Practice in California
- H. Nunberg, B. Kilmer, R. Pacula, J. Burgdorf
- MedicineJournal of drug policy analysis
- 28 February 2011
A systematic analysis of physician records and questionnaires obtained from consecutive applicants seen during a three-month period at nine medical marijuana specialty practices operating throughout the state yields insights that may be useful for future research on medical marijuana and marijuana policy.
Reducing Drug Trafficking Revenues and Violence in Mexico
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Developing public health regulations for marijuana: lessons from alcohol and tobacco.
- R. Pacula, B. Kilmer, A. Wagenaar, F. Chaloupka, J. Caulkins
- Political ScienceAmerican journal of public health
- 13 May 2014
The goal is not to address whether marijuana legalization is a good or bad idea but, rather, to help policymakers understand the decisions they face and some lessons learned from research on public health approaches to regulating alcohol and tobacco over the past century.