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-Is the effectiveness of tobacco image-based warning labels likely to vary by socio-demographic variable? Findings from an online survey of 19,000 members of the UK PublicNMAHP Research; University of St Andrews
-A review of the effectiveness of mass media interventions which both encourage quit attempts and reinforce current and recent attempts to quit smokingNMAHP Research; University of Dundee; University of Abertay; Institute for Social Marketing; University of Stirling; University of York
-Behavioural therapy for smoking cessation: The effectiveness of different intervention types for disadvantaged and affluent smokersUniversity of Bath; Institute for Social Marketing; University College London; University College London; University of Nottingham; Institute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing
-The association between point-of-sale displays and youth smoking susceptibilityInstitute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing
-Responding to change: how did bar workers adapt to the smoke-free legislation in Scotland?Institute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing; University of Central Lancashire; Institute for Social Marketing
-Segmentation in social marketing: Insights from the European Union's multi-country, antismoking campaignUniversity of Koblenz-Landau; University of St Andrews; University of Strathclyde; Marquette University; Institute for Social Marketing
-Effect of offering different levels of support and free nicotine replacement therapy via an English national telephone quitline: Randomised controlled trialSocio-Management; University of Nottingham; Institute for Social Marketing; University of Nottingham; University of Glasgow; University of Glasgow; University College London; University of Nottingham
-Do cravings predict smoking cessation in smokers calling a national quit line: Secondary analyses from a randomised trial for the utility of 'urges to smoke' measuresUniversity of Nottingham; University of Nottingham; University of Nottingham; Institute for Social Marketing; University College London; University of Nottingham
-A longitudinal study of policy effect (smoke-free legislation) on smoking norms: ITC Scotland/United KingdomInstitute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing; Institute for Social Marketing
-Impact of the removal of misleading terms on cigarette pack on smokers' beliefs about 'light/mild' cigarettes: cross-country comparisonsCancer Council Victoria; Cancer Council Victoria; Roswell Park Cancer Institute; University of Waterloo; Roswell Park Cancer Institute; Institute for Social Marketing; Cancer Council Victoria