Population Exposure to State Funded Televised Anti-Tobacco Advertising in the United States – 37 States and the District of Columbia, 1999-2003, Szczypka G, Wakefield M, Emery S, Flay B, Chaloupka F, Slater S, Terry-McElrath Y, and Saffer H. ImpacTeen Research Paper Series, No. 31, October 2005. (269KB PDF)
The Adaptation and Use of Nielsen Media Research Commercial Ratings Data to Measure Potential Exposure to Televised Smoking-Related Advertisements, Szczypka G, Emery S, Wakefield MA, and Chaloupka FJ. ImpacTeen Research Paper Series, No. 29, May 2003.
Framing of News Coverage about the Marlene Sharp Legal Judgement: A Tipping Point for Smoke-Free Public Places in Australia?, Wakefield M, Clegg Smith K, and Chapman S, ImpacTeen Research Paper Series, No. 28, May 2003.
Assessment of Youth Responses to Anti-Smoking Ads: Description of a Research Protocol, Wakefield M, Balch GI, Terry-McElrath Y, Szczypka G, Clegg Smith K, Ruel E, Flay B, and Emery S. ImpacTeen Research Paper Series, No. 23, July 2002.
Coding the News: The Development of a Methodological Framework for Coding and Analyzing Newspaper Coverage of Tobacco Issues, Clegg Smith K, Wakefield M, Siebel C, Szczypka G, Slater S, Terry-McElrath Y, Emery S, and Chaloupka FJ. ImpacTeen Research Paper Series, No. 21, May 2002.
Role of Media in Influencing Trajectories of Youth Smoking, Wakefield M, Flay B, Nichter M, and Giovino G. (156KB)