Joseph J Palamar

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Joseph Palamar

Assistant Professor, Department of Population Health

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Address
1 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10016

646/501-2884
Joseph.Palamar@nyumc.org


Perceived Experiences of Atheist Discrimination: Instrument Development and Evaluation
Brewster, Melanie E; Hammer, Joseph; Sawyer, Jacob S; Eklund, Austin; Palamar, Joseph. Perceived Experiences of Atheist Discrimination: Instrument Development and Evaluation. Journal of counseling psychology. 2016 Apr 14;:?-? (2078682)

Age, period, and cohort effects in synthetic cannabinoid use among US adolescents, 2011-2015
Keyes, Katherine M; Rutherford, Caroline; Hamilton, Ava; Palamar, Joseph J. Age, period, and cohort effects in synthetic cannabinoid use among US adolescents, 2011-2015. Drug & alcohol dependence. 2016 Jul 28;166:159-167 (2199582)

Reliability and Validity of a Material Resources Scale and Its Association With Depression Among Young Men Who Have Sex With Men: The P18 Cohort Study
Ompad, Danielle C; Palamar, Joseph J; Krause, Kristen D; Kapadia, Farzana; Halkitis, Perry N. Reliability and Validity of a Material Resources Scale and Its Association With Depression Among Young Men Who Have Sex With Men: The P18 Cohort Study. American journal of men's health. 2016 May 25;:?-? (2115052)

A Qualitative Investigation Comparing Psychosocial and Physical Sexual Experiences Related to Alcohol and Marijuana Use among Adults
Palamar, Joseph J; Acosta, Patricia; Ompad, Danielle C; Friedman, Samuel R. A Qualitative Investigation Comparing Psychosocial and Physical Sexual Experiences Related to Alcohol and Marijuana Use among Adults. Archives of sexual behaviour. 2016 Jul 20;:?-? (2185472)

Self-reported use of novel psychoactive substances among attendees of electronic dance music venues
Palamar, Joseph J; Acosta, Patricia; Sherman, Scott; Ompad, Danielle C; Cleland, Charles M. Self-reported use of novel psychoactive substances among attendees of electronic dance music venues. American journal of drug & alcohol abuse. 2016 Jun 17;:1-9 (2142482)