Lee, S., Cappella, E., & Humphreys, K. (2000). Review of Common Purpose: Strengthening families and neighborhoods to rebuild America by Lisbeth Schorr. Community Psychologist,
Salzer, M. S., & Humphreys, K. (1991)
. Review of Epidemiology and the Prevention of Mental
Disorders, by B. Cooper and T. Helgason (Eds.). Community Psychologist, 25, 14 & 46.
SELECTED SCIENCE BRIEFINGS FOR PUBLIC POLICY AUDIENCES:
Humphreys, K. (2012, March). Launching a new approach to alcohol-involved violence in London. London: Mayor’ s Office for Policing and Crime.
Humphreys, K. (2012, March). The evidence base for mandatory sobriety. House of Lords,
Humphreys, K. (2012, January)
. Managing alcohol-involved offenders in England. House of Lords,
Humphreys, K. (2011, September). Responding to alcohol-related violence in Wales. Briefing for Welsh National Assembly Members and Senior Health Officials, Cardiff, Wales.
Humphreys, K. (2011, July). A therapeutic jurisprudence approach to alcohol-related violence in the UK. Invited briefing for peers, House of Lords, London.
Humphreys, K. (2011, May). A new approach for responding to alcohol and family violence. Invited presentation w ith Deputy Mayor Malthouse at the Metropolitan Police Authority,
Humphreys, K. (2011, May). Improving the outcomes of treatment
. Opening plenary panel w ith
Lord Mancroft, UKESAD Conference, London.
Humphreys, K. (2011, May). Payment-by-results and the maximization of drug treatment effectiveness. All Party Group on Drugs Misuse, House of Commons, Parliament, London, UK.
Humphreys, K. (2011, April). Can w e help Mexico by low ering U.S. drug consumption? Briefing for North American Forum planning group (Co-chairs Secretary Perry and Secretary Schultz). Hoover Center, Stanford, CA.
Humphreys, K. (2011, March). Responding to substance use disorders in the U.S. armed forces: Policy and clinical resources. Invited testimony to the Institute of Medicine, Washington, D.C.
Bernard, R., Humphreys, K., & Bohman, G. (2011, March). Medical marijuana: Perspectives and considerations in clinical practice. Webinar presented by Stanford Hospital Risk Management Service.