Compton, D. M., Luetzenberg, F. S. & Watkins, E. (2016). Tripping the light fantastic: Modeling the consequences of recreational use of MDMA or 5-MeO-DIPT in humans using weekend "rave" exposures in rat. Psychology & Neuroscience, 9, 105-124.

Compton, M. E., & Compton, D. M. (2014). Public health informatics: A brief review of the field. British Journal of Medicine & Medical Research 4(35), 5558-5567.

Compton, D. M., Garcia, C., Kamaratos, A. V., Johnson, B. G., & Wedge, T. (2014). An examination of the consequences of chronic exposure to Mitragyna speciosa during adolescence on learning and memory in adulthood. The Journal of Phytopharmacology, 3, 300-309.

Compton, D. M., Singerman, K., Castiblanco, R., Acevedo, A. M., Adamek, J., Carran, J., & Huettler, T. L. (2013). Social comparison of self versus others: The impact of age and race in middle-aged and older adults. International Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, 3, 168-177.

Compton, D. M., Wedge, T. J., & Poulton, K. (2013). A neuropsychological assessment of the effects of chronic ketamine exposure in a rodent model of drug abuse. International Journal of Life Science and Medical Research, 3, 179-192.

Compton, D. M., Seeds, M., Pottash, G., Gradwohl, B., Welton, C., & Davids, R. (2012). Adolescent exposure of JWH-018 "Spice" produces subtle effects on learning and memory performance in adulthood. Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science, 2, 146-155.

Compton, D. M., Selinger, M. C., Westman, E., & Otero, P. (2012). Modification of serial pattern learning by designer tryptamine exposure during adolescence: Comparison with damage to the dorsal hippocampus or prefrontal cortex. International Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, 2, 263-273.

Compton, D. M., Selinger, M. C., Westman, E., & Otero, P. (2011). Differentiation of MDMA or 5-MeO-DIPT induced cognitive deficits in rat following adolescent exposure. Psychology and Neuroscience, 4, 157-169.

Compton, D. M., Dietrich, K. L., Selinger, M. C., & Testa, E. K. (2011). 5-Methoxy-N,N-di(iso)propyltryptamine hydrochloride (Foxy)-induced cognitive deficits in rat after exposure in adolescence. Physiology & Behavior, 103, 203-209.