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Brady T. West
Brady T. West
Research Professor, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
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Linear mixed models: a practical guide using statistical software
BT West, KB Welch, AT Galecki
Chapman and Hall/CRC, 2022
30602022
Applied survey data analysis
SG Heeringa, BT West, PA Berglund
chapman and hall/CRC, 2017
16912017
Sexual orientation, substance use behaviors and substance dependence in the United States
SE McCabe, TL Hughes, WB Bostwick, BT West, CJ Boyd
Addiction 104 (8), 1333-1345, 2009
7742009
The relationship between discrimination and substance use disorders among lesbian, gay, and bisexual adults in the United States
SE McCabe, WB Bostwick, TL Hughes, BT West, CJ Boyd
American journal of public health 100 (10), 1946-1952, 2010
6752010
Discrimination and mental health among lesbian, gay, and bisexual adults in the United States.
WB Bostwick, CJ Boyd, TL Hughes, BT West, SE McCabe
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 84 (1), 35, 2014
5922014
Depression care in the United States: too little for too few
HM Gonzalez, WA Vega, DR Williams, W Tarraf, BT West, HW Neighbors
Archives of general psychiatry 67 (1), 37-46, 2010
5812010
Analyzing longitudinal data with the linear mixed models procedure in SPSS
BT West
Evaluation & the health professions 32 (3), 207-228, 2009
4672009
Pediatric short bowel syndrome: redefining predictors of success
AU Spencer, A Neaga, B West, J Safran, P Brown, I Btaiche, ...
Annals of surgery 242 (3), 403-412, 2005
4262005
Trends in medical use, diversion, and nonmedical use of prescription medications among college students from 2003 to 2013: Connecting the dots
SE McCabe, BT West, CJ Teter, CJ Boyd
Addictive behaviors 39 (7), 1176-1182, 2014
3892014
Explaining interviewer effects: A research synthesis
BT West, AG Blom
Journal of survey statistics and methodology 5 (2), 175-211, 2017
3552017
Victimization and substance use disorders in a national sample of heterosexual and sexual minority women and men
T Hughes, SE McCabe, SC Wilsnack, BT West, CJ Boyd
Addiction 105 (12), 2130-2140, 2010
3522010
Does early onset of non‐medical use of prescription drugs predict subsequent prescription drug abuse and dependence? Results from a national study
SE McCabe, BT West, M Morales, JA Cranford, CJ Boyd
Addiction 102 (12), 1920-1930, 2007
3452007
Ipilimumab and radiation therapy for melanoma brain metastases
AW Silk, MF Bassetti, BT West, CI Tsien, CD Lao
Cancer medicine 2 (6), 899-906, 2013
3132013
Leftover prescription opioids and nonmedical use among high school seniors: a multi-cohort national study
SE McCabe, BT West, CJ Boyd
Journal of Adolescent Health 52 (4), 480-485, 2013
2762013
Dizziness presentations in US emergency departments, 1995–2004
KA Kerber, WJ Meurer, BT West, A Mark Fendrick
Academic Emergency Medicine 15 (8), 744-750, 2008
2712008
Trends in prescription drug abuse and dependence, co-occurrence with other substance use disorders, and treatment utilization: results from two national surveys
SE McCabe, JA Cranford, BT West
Addictive behaviors 33 (10), 1297-1305, 2008
2492008
Trends in medical and nonmedical use of prescription opioids among US adolescents: 1976–2015
SE McCabe, BT West, P Veliz, VV McCabe, SA Stoddard, CJ Boyd
Pediatrics 139 (4), 2017
2332017
Sexual orientation and substance abuse treatment utilization in the United States: Results from a national survey
SE McCabe, BT West, TL Hughes, CJ Boyd
Journal of substance abuse treatment 44 (1), 4-12, 2013
2312013
Differences in prescription opioid analgesic availability: comparing minority and white pharmacies across Michigan
CR Green, SK Ndao-Brumblay, B West, T Washington
The Journal of Pain 6 (10), 689-699, 2005
1922005
Medical and nonmedical use of prescription opioids among high school seniors in the United States
SE McCabe, BT West, CJ Teter, CJ Boyd
Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine 166 (9), 797-802, 2012
1912012
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