Tobacco Research and Surveys
Feel free to use our surveys in part or in total, but please cite the relevant study when reporting findings.
Survey section is under construction.
Studies to develop a library of messages to communicate the risks of harmful cigarette smoke constituents (chemicals). Includes an RCT of smokers’ reactions to constituent disclosures on their cigarette packs. Part of UNC’s Center for Regulatory Research on Tobacco Communication. Funded by FDA and NCI.
Studies to develop website and formats for communicating the harms of cigarette smoke constituents. Part of UNC CRRTC. Funded by FDA and NCI.
RCT on the impact of pictorial cigarette pack warnings on quit attempts. Series of systematic reviews on the impact of pictorial cigarette pack warnings. Funded by FDA and NCI.
Understanding how perceptions of tobacco constituents and the FDA relate to effective and credible tobacco risk messaging: A national phone survey of U.S. adults, 2014-2015. BMC Public Health, 2016. Boynton, Agans, Brewer, Ribisl. pdf
“My first thought was croutons:” Perceptions of cigarettes and cigarette smoke constituents among adult smokers and nonsmokers. Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 2016. Moracco, Morgan, Mendel, Hall, Brewer. pdf
Smokers’ and non-smokers’ beliefs about harmful tobacco constituents: Implications for FDA communication efforts. Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 2014. Hall, Ribisl, Brewer. pdf
Adolescents' interest in trying flavored e-cigarettes. Tobacco Control, 2016 (in press). Pepper, Ribisl, Brewer. pdf
Physicians' counseling of adolescents regarding e-cigarette use. Journal of Adolescent Health, 2015. Pepper, Gilkey, Brewer. pdf
How risky is it to use e-cigarettes? Smokers’ beliefs about their health risks from using novel and traditional tobacco products. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 2015. Pepper, Emery, Ribisl, Brewer. pdf
Reasons for starting and stopping electronic cigarette use. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2014. Pepper, Ribisl, Brewer. pdf
How U.S. adults find out about electronic cigarettes: Implications for public health messages. Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 2014. Pepper, Ribisl, Brewer. pdf
Electronic nicotine delivery system (electronic cigarette) awareness, use, reactions, and beliefs: A systematic review. Tobacco Control, 2014. Pepper, Brewer. pdf
Effects of advertisements on smokers’ interest in trying e-cigarettes: The roles of product comparison and visual cues. Tobacco Control, 2014. Pepper, Ribisl, Brewer. pdf
Adolescent males' awareness of and willingness to try electronic cigarettes. Journal of Adolescent Health, 2013. Pepper, Reiter, McRee, Gilkey, Brewer. pdf
The impact of strengthening cigarette pack warnings: Systematic review of longitudinal observational studies. Social Science & Medicine, 2016. Noar, Ribisl, Brewer. pdf
Reactance to health warnings scale: Development and validation. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 2016. Hall, Noar, Ribisl, Bach, Brewer. pdf
Effect of pictorial cigarette pack warnings on changes in smoking behavior: A randomized clinical trial. JAMA Internal Medicine, 2016. Brewer, Hall, Parada, Ribisl. pdf
Pictorial cigarette pack warnings: A meta-analysis of experimental studies. Tobacco Control, 2016. Noar, Hall, Pepper, Brewer. pdf
Adolescents’ responses to pictorial warnings on their parents’ cigarette packs. Journal of Adolescent Health, 2016 (in press). Peebles, Hall, Pepper, Byron, Brewer. pdf
Social interactions sparked by pictorial warnings on cigarette packs. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2015. Hall, Peebles, Bach, Brewer. pdf
Pictorial cigarette pack warnings have important effects. American Journal of Public Health, 2015. Noar, Hall, Brewer. pdf
Testing warning messages on smokers' cigarette packages: A standardized protocol. Tobacco Control, 2015. Brewer, Hall, Peebles, Ribisl. pdf
Responses of young adults to graphic warning labels for cigarette packages. Tobacco Control, 2015. Cameron, Pepper, Brewer. pdf
Non-smoking male adolescents’ reactions to cigarette warnings. PLoS One, 2013. Pepper, Reiter, McRee, Brewer. pdf
Adolescents’ and adults’ perceptions of “natural,” “organic,” and “additive-free” cigarettes and required disclaimers. Tobacco Control, 2016. Byron, Baig, Brewer. pdf
Last updated October 14, 2016