This is a peer review of Robust Decision Making, an exploratory modeling approach for informing decisions under deep uncertainty, and the Exploratory Analysis and Modeling Tool, focusing applications for the Sacramento Area Council of Governments.
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Randomized Clinical Trial Examining Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Individuals With a First-Time DUI Offense 2019
The current study aims to elucidate the effectiveness of the services DUI programs provide compared to cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to prevent impaired driving.
This study examines the associations between college attendance and subsequent alcohol and marijuana use behaviors at multiple ages during young adulthood and adulthood, while rigorously controlling for baseline differences by college type.
This article discusses cannabis legalization in the Western Hemisphere, specifically Uruguay and the United States.
This paper combines complementary attributes of web and general population surveys to estimate cannabis consumption and spending in Washington State.
This article examines the cannabis market in Washington state post-legalization, and the variety of products available to consumers.
This paper reports the first analysis of older Singaporeans' financial literacy using a unique new dataset, the Singapore Life Panel (SLP®).
This paper assesses community perceptions of crime and the police before and after the implementation of an intervention aimed at eliminating overt drug markets through focused deterrence and police-community partnerships emphasizing racial reconciliation.
High-frequency Internet Survey of a Probability Sample of Older Singaporeans: The Singapore Life Panel® 2019
We detail the methodology by which the Singapore Life Panel was constructed using a population-representative sampling frame from the Singapore Department of Statistics.
This article represents the first U.S. study employing exclusively household-level longitudinal data spanning the Great Recession to estimate the response of household spending to negative wealth shocks induced by the sharp declines in house prices.