Publications

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2017

Vital Strategies. Evaluation of tobacco free film and television policy in India. World Health Organization, South-East Asia Regional Office. 2017

2015

American Academy of Pediatrics. Public policy to protect children from tobacco, nicotine, and tobacco smoke. Pediatrics. November 2015, Vol 136, Issue 5. dx.doi.org/10.1542/peds.2015-3109. 2015

2010

Glantz SA. Commentary on Hanewinkel et al. (2010): Anti-smoking advertisements vaccinate movie viewers against effects of on-screen smoking. Addiction. 2010;105,1278–1279. doi:10.1111/j.1360-0443.2010.02988.x. 2010
Hanewinkel R, Isensee B, Sargent JD, Morgenstern M. Effect of an antismoking advertisement on cinema patrons' perception of smoking and intention to smoke: a quasi-experimental study. Addiction. 2010;105(7). doi:10.1111/j.1360-0443.2010.02973.x. 2010

2009

Harakeh Z, Engels RCME, Vohs K, van Baaren R, Sargent JD. Exposure to movie smoking, antismoking ads, and smoking intensity: An experimental study with a factorial design. Tobacco Control. 2010;19:185-190. doi:10.1136/tc.2009.030684. 2009

2007

Golmier I, Chebat JC, Gélinas-Chebat C. Can cigarette warnings counterbalance effects of smoking scenes in movies?. Psychological Reports. 2007 Feb;100(1):3-18. 2007

2004

Edwards CA, Harris WC, Cook DR, Bedford KF, Zuo Y. Out of the smokescreen: Does an anti-smoking advertisement affect young women's perception of smoking in movies and their intention to smoke?. Tobacco Control. 2004;13(3):277–282. doi:10.1136/tc.2003.005280. 2004

1999

Pechmann C, Shih CF. Smoking in movies and antismoking advertisements before movies: Effects on youth. Journal of Marketing. 1999;63(3):1-13. 1999

1997

Pechmann C, Shih CF. Reference group influences on teen smoking: The effects of smoking in movies and anti-smoking ads before movies. Advances in Consumer Research. 1997; 24:61-63. 1997