Phillip Marotta
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A systematic review of behavioral health interventions for sex offenders with intellectual disabilities
PL Marotta
Sexual Abuse 29 (2), 148-185, 2017
Childhood adversities and substance misuse among the incarcerated: implications for treatment and practice in correctional settings
PL Marotta
Substance Use & Misuse 52 (6), 717-733, 2017
Pathways linking family stress to youth delinquency and substance use: Exploring the mediating roles of self-efficacy and future orientation
DR Voisin, DH Kim, SM Bassett, PL Marotta
Journal of health psychology 25 (2), 139-151, 2020
Substance use stigma and antiretroviral therapy adherence among a drug-using population living with HIV
KL Stringer, P Marotta, E Baker, B Turan, MC Kempf, P Drentea, ...
AIDS patient care and STDs 33 (6), 282-293, 2019
Economic correlates of violent death rates in forty countries, 1962–2008: a cross-typological analysis
BX Lee, PL Marotta, M Blay-Tofey, W Wang, S de Bourmont
Aggression and violent behavior 19 (6), 729-737, 2014
Testing three pathways to substance use and delinquency among low-income African American adolescents
PL Marotta, DR Voisin
Children and youth services review 75, 7-14, 2017
Leveraging COVID-19 to sustain regulatory flexibility in the treatment of opioid use disorder
KL Stringer, KJ Langdon, M McKenzie, B Brockmann, P Marotta
Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 123, 108263, 2021
Spatial risk factors of felonious battery to police officers
JM Caplan, P Marotta, EL Piza, LW Kennedy
Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management 37 (4 …, 2014
DBT in forensic settings
A Ivanoff, PL Marotta
Drug overdose among women in intimate relationships: The role of partner violence, adversity and relationship dependencies
N El-Bassel, PL Marotta, D Goddard-Eckrich, M Chang, T Hunt, E Wu, ...
PLoS One 14 (12), e0225854, 2019
Assessing spatial relationships between race, inequality, crime, and gonorrhea and chlamydia in the United States
P Marotta
Journal of Urban Health 94 (5), 683-698, 2017
Assessing spatial relationships between prescription drugs, race, and overdose in New York State from 2013 to 2015
PL Marotta, T Hunt, L Gilbert, E Wu, D Goddard-Eckrich, N El-Bassel
Journal of psychoactive drugs 51 (4), 360-370, 2019
Socio-ecological and pharmacy-level factors associated with naloxone stocking at standing-order naloxone pharmacies in New York City
B Abbas, PL Marotta, D Goddard-Eckrich, D Huang, J Schnaidt, ...
Drug and Alcohol Dependence 218, 108388, 2021
Changes in excessive alcohol use among older women across the menopausal transition: a longitudinal analysis of the Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation
MKR Peltier, TL Verplaetse, W Roberts, K Moore, C Burke, PL Marotta, ...
Biology of sex Differences 11, 1-7, 2020
Exploring relationships between delinquent peer groups, participation in delinquency, substance abuse, and injecting drug use among the incarcerated: Findings from a national …
P Marotta
Journal of drug issues 47 (3), 320-339, 2017
Women in community corrections in New York City: HIV infection and risks
N El-Bassel, PL Marotta, SA Shaw, M Chang, X Ma, D Goddard-Eckrich, ...
International journal of STD & AIDS 28 (2), 160-169, 2017
Racial and ethnic comparison of ecological risk factors and youth outcomes: A test of the desensitization hypothesis
P Chen, DR Voisin, PL Marotta, KC Jacobson
Journal of child and family studies 29, 2722-2733, 2020
Intimate relationships and patterns of drug and sexual risk behaviors among people who inject drugs in Kazakhstan: A latent class analysis
PL Marotta, A Terlikbayeva, L Gilbert, T Hunt, A Mandavia, E Wu, ...
Drug and alcohol dependence 192, 294-302, 2018
Assessing spatial relationships between rates of crime and rates of gonorrhea and chlamydia in Chicago, 2012
P Marotta
Journal of Urban Health 94 (2), 276-288, 2017
Risk terrain modeling for strategic and tactical action
JM Caplan, P Marotta, EL Piza, L Kennedy
Crime Mapping and Analysis News 1 (4), 10-13, 2014
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