Kopak, A. M. Protective factors against substance use among multiethnic gang- affiliated youth. Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice.

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Proctor, S. L., Copeland, A. L., Kopak, A. M., Herschman, P. L., & Polukhina, N. A naturalistic comparison of the efficacy of methadone and buprenorphine maintenance on treatment outcome: Findings from a retrospective multi-site study. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology.

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Kopak, A. M. & Sefiha, O. Becoming badass: Teaching Katz’s “Ways of the Badass” using the Breaking Bad television series. Journal of Criminal Justice Education.

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Kopak, A. M. & Ruiz, D. S. DSM-5 substance use disorders and offense types among women in the criminal justice system. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation.

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Kopak, A. M., Proctor, S. L., & Hoffmann, N. G. The elimination of abuse and dependence in DSM-5 substance use disorders: What does this mean for treatment? Current Addiction Reports.

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Kopak, A. M., Dean, L. V., Proctor, S. L., Miller, L., & Hoffmann, N. G. Effectiveness of the Rehabilitation for Addicted Prisoners Trust (RAPt) Programme. Journal of Substance Use.

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Kopak, A. M. & Hoffmann, N. G. Pathways between substance use, dependence, offense type, and offense severity. Criminal Justice Policy Review.

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