Bryan Lee Miller
Bryan Lee Miller
Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice, Clemson University
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Assessing the dangers of “dabbing”: mere marijuana or harmful new trend?
JM Stogner, BL Miller
Pediatrics 136 (1), 1-3, 2015
Purple drank prevalence and characteristics of misusers of codeine cough syrup mixtures
LE Agnich, JM Stogner, BL Miller, CD Marcum
Addictive Behaviors 38 (9), 2445-2449, 2013
On the operational validity of perceptual peer delinquency: Exploring projection and elements contained in perceptions
JH Boman IV, JM Stogner, BL Miller, OH Griffin III, MD Krohn
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 49 (4), 601-621, 2012
Civil death: An examination of ex-felon disenfranchisement and reintegration
BL Miller, JF Spillane
Punishment & Society 14 (4), 402-428, 2012
Legally High? Legal Considerations of Salvia divinorum
OH Griffin, B Lee Miller, DN Khey
Journal of psychoactive drugs 40 (2), 183-191, 2008
Investigating the ‘bath salt’panic: The rarity of synthetic cathinone use among students in the United States
JM Stogner, BL Miller
Drug and alcohol review 32 (5), 545-549, 2013
Salvia Divinorum Use among a College Student Sample
DN Khey, BL Miller, OH Griffin
Journal of Drug Education 38 (3), 297-306, 2008
A spicy kind of high: a profile of synthetic cannabinoid users
JM Stogner, BL Miller
Journal of Substance Use 19 (1-2), 199-205, 2014
Misperceptions of peer pill-popping: the prevalence, correlates, and effects of inaccurate assumptions about peer pharmaceutical misuse
A Sanders, J Stogner, J Seibert, BL Miller
Substance Use & Misuse 49 (7), 813-823, 2014
Learning to e-cheat: A criminological test of internet facilitated academic cheating
JM Stogner, BL Miller, CD Marcum
Journal of Criminal Justice Education 24 (2), 175-199, 2013
Regulating a novel drug: An evaluation of changes in use of Salvia divinorum in the first year of Florida's ban
J Stogner, DN Khey, OH Griffin III, BL Miller, JH Boman IV
International Journal of Drug Policy 23 (6), 512-521, 2012
OxyContin and a regulation deficiency of the pharmaceutical industry: rethinking state-corporate crime
OH Griffin, BL Miller
Critical Criminology 19 (3), 213-226, 2011
Police stress, mental health, and resiliency during the COVID-19 pandemic
J Stogner, BL Miller, K McLean
American journal of criminal justice 45 (4), 718-730, 2020
The dabbing dilemma: a call for research on butane hash oil and other alternate forms of cannabis use
JM Stogner, BL Miller
Substance abuse 36 (4), 393-395, 2015
Binge drinking, marijuana use, and friendships: The relationship between similar and dissimilar usage and friendship quality
JH Boman IV, J Stogner, B Lee Miller
Journal of psychoactive drugs 45 (3), 218-226, 2013
It’s five o’clock somewhere: An examination of the association between happy hour drinking and negative consequences
JM Baldwin, JM Stogner, BL Miller
Substance abuse treatment, prevention, and policy 9 (1), 1-12, 2014
Emerging trends in drug use and distribution
DN Khey, J Stogner, BL Miller
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
Exploring butane hash oil use: a research note
BL Miller, JM Stogner, JM Miller
Journal of psychoactive drugs 48 (1), 44-49, 2016
Trippin'on Sally D: Exploring predictors of Salvia divinorum experimentation
BL Miller, OH Griffin III, CL Gibson, DN Khey
Journal of Criminal Justice 37 (4), 396-403, 2009
Not-so-clean fun: a profile of bath salt users among a college sample in the United States
BL Miller, JM Stogner
Journal of Psychoactive Drugs 46 (2), 147-153, 2014
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