Interpersonal communication about pictorial health warnings on cigarette packages: Policy-related influences and relationships with smoking cessation attempts

@inproceedings{Thrasher2016InterpersonalCA,
  title={Interpersonal communication about pictorial health warnings on cigarette packages: Policy-related influences and relationships with smoking cessation attempts},
  author={James F. Thrasher and Erika Nayeli Abad-Vivero and Liling Huang and Richard J. O’Connor and David Hammond and Maansi Bansal-Travers and Hua H Yong and Ron Borland and Barry Markovsky and James W. Hardin},
  booktitle={Social science & medicine},
  year={2016}
}
This study evaluated the relationship between interpersonal communication about cigarette health warning labels (HWLs), psychological responses to HWLs, and smoking cessation attempts. Data were analyzed from online consumer panels of adult smokers in Australia, Canada and Mexico, during implementation of new pictorial health warning labels (HWLs) on cigarette packs. Approximately 1000 adult smokers were surveyed in each country every four months (September 2012, January 2013, May 2013… CONTINUE READING
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