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|Pub. No. 237. Joshi S, Schmidt NM, Thyden NH, Glymour MM, Nelson TF, Haynes D, Osypuk TL. Do alcohol outlets mediate the effects of the moving to opportunity experiment on adolescent excessive drinking? a secondary analysis of a randomized controlled trial. Substance Use and Misuse, 57(12), 1788-1796, 2022.|
|Pub. No. 205. Erickson DJ, Carlin BP, Lenk KM, Quick HS, Harwood EM, Toomey TL. Do neighborhood attributes moderate the relationship between alcohol establishment density and crime? Prevention Science, 16(2):254-64, 2015.|
|Pub. No. 186. Toomey TL, Erickson DJ, Carlin BP, Quick HS, Harwood EM, Lenk KM, Ecklund AM. Is the density of alcohol establishments related to nonviolent crime? Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 73(1):21-25, 2012.|
|Pub. No. 189. Toomey TL, Erickson DJ, Carlin BP, Lenk KM, Quick HS, Jones A. Harwood EM. The association between density of alcohol establishments and violent crime within urban neighborhoods. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. 36(8):1468-1473, 2012.|
|Pub. No. 178. Campbell CA, Hahn RA, Elder R, Brewer R, Chattopadhyay S, Fielding P, Naimi TS, Toomey T, Lawrence B, Middleton MC. The effectiveness of limiting alcohol outlet density as a means of reducing excessive alcohol consumption and alcohol-related harms. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 37(6):556-69, 2009.|
|Pub. No. 157. Britt HR, Carlin BP, Toomey TL, Wagenaar AC. Neighborhood level spatial analysis of the relationship between alcohol outlet density and criminal violence. Environmental and Ecological Statistics 12, 411–426, 2005.|