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Fisher, D. G., Reynolds G. L., Napper L. E., & Baig S. (2015).  A comparison of methamphetamine assessments for craving and dependence. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Fisher, D. G., Wenzel S., Reynolds G. L., Odell A., & Davis J. (2015).  Fourteen years of homelessness in Long Beach, California. American Public Health Association 143rd Annual Meeting and .
Fisher, D. G., Hess K. L., Erlyana E., Reynolds G. L., & Cummins C. A. (2015).  Head-to-head comparison of rapid point-of-care tests for detection of antibodies to Hepatitis C Virus. Manuscript in preparation.
Fisher, D. G., Reynolds G. L., & Xandre P. (2015).  Trichomonas vaginalis infection and drug abuse risk for women. 77th Annual Meeting of the College on Drug Dependence.
Fisher, D. G., Reynolds G. L., Napper L. E., & Baig S. (2010).  A comparison of methamphetamine assessments for craving and dependence. American Psychological Association 118th Annual Convention.
Franks, D., & Davis J. (2013).  Critique and refinement of the neurosociology of mirror neurons. Biosociology and Neurosociology. 29,
Franks, D., & Davis J. (2010).  Didactic seminar on neurosociology and the social nature of the brain. American Sociological Association Annual Meeting.
Frederick, B. Jay (2012).  The Marginalization of Critical Perspectives in Public Criminal Justice Core Curricula. Western Criminology Review. 13(3), 21-33.
Frederick, B. Jay (2011).  Critical perspectives in public vs. private criminal justice core curricula. Western Association of Criminal Justice.
Frederick, B. Jay, & Fradella HF. (2012).  Lepold and Loeb. Social History of Crime and Punishment in America.
Frederick, B. Jay (2011).  The marginalization of race, class, gender, and culture courses in public criminal justice core curricula. American Society of Criminology.
Ghafoori, B., Barragan B., Tohidian N., & Palinkas L. (2012).  Racial and ethnic differences in symptom severity of PTSD, GAD, and depression in trauma-exposed, urban, treatment-seeking adults. Journal of Traumatic Stress. 25(1), 106-110.
Ghafoori, B., Barragan B., & Palinkas L. (2013).  Gender disparities in the mental health of urban survivors of trauma and violence. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma. 22(9), 
Ghafoori, B., & Hierholzer R. W. (2010).  Personality patterns among Black, White, and Hispanic combat veterans. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice and Policy. 2(1), 12-18.
Ghafoori, B. (2012).  Mental health care for urban, low-income, diverse communities. Traumatic Stresspoints. 26(4), 
Ghafoori, B. (2011).  Ethnic and racial disparities in trauma exposure, PTSD, GAD, and depression in an urban community sample. COR-RIMI Neighborhood Empowerment to Reduce Health Disparities Conference.
Ghafoori, B. (2011).  Why are racial and ethnic minorities at greater risk for mental health difficulties after trauma exposure?. Anxiety Disorders Association of America National Conference.
Ghafoori, B. (2011).  Racial and ethnic differences in PTSD, GAD, and depression in urban trauma survivors. International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies Annual Conference.
Ghafoori, B. (2012).  Understanding gender based trauma and violence: Do urban women carry a heavier burden than men?. California State University, Long Beach Women's Research Colloquium.