Use and Perceptions of Alternative Tobacco Products

Alternative Product Use

Adolescent Cigarette Smokers’ and Non-Cigarette Smokers’ Use of Alternative Tobacco Products
(Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 2012) 

Characteristics of Current and Recent Former Smokers Associated with the Use of New Potential Reduced-Exposure Tobacco Products
(Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 2009) 

Harm perception of Nicotine Products in College Freshmen
(Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 2007)

Non-Cigarette Tobacco Products: What Have We Learnt and Where Are We Headed?
(Tobacco Control, 2012)

Patterns of Alternative Tobacco Use Among Adolescent Cigarette Smokers
(Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 2011)

Prevalence and Harm Perceptions of Various Tobacco Products Among College Students
(Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 2013)

Use of Emerging Tobacco Products in the United States
(Journal of Environmental and Public Health, 2012)

Young Adults’ Favorable Perceptions of Snus, Dissolvable Tobacco Products, and Electronic Cigarettes: Findings From a Focus Group Study
(American Journal of Public Health, 2012) 

Young Adult Smoker Risk Perceptions of Traditional Cigarettes and Nontraditional Tobacco Products
(American Journal of Health Behavior, 2006) 

Young Adult Smoker Risk Perceptions of Traditional Cigarettes and Nontraditional Tobacco Products
(American Journal of Health Behavior, 2006)

Young Adults’ Perceptions About Established and Emerging Tobacco Products: Results From Eight Focus Groups
(Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 2011)

Dual/Poly Tobacco Use

Latent Classes of Young Adults Based on Use of Multiple Types of Tobacco and Nicotine Products
(Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 2014) – NEW

Multiple Tobacco Product use Among Adults in the United States: Cigarettes, Cigars, Electronic Cigarettes, Hookah, Smokeless Tobacco, and Snus
(Preventive Medicine, 2014) – NEW

Patterns of Tobacco Use and Dual Use in US Young Adults: The Missing Link Between Youth Prevention and Adult Cessation
(Journal of Environmental and Public Health, 2012)

Polytobacco Use in Non-Dialy Smokers: An Issue Requiring Greater Attention
(Preventive Medicine, 2011) 

Three Out of 10 Young Adult Tobacco Users are “Dual Users”
(Legacy, 2012)

Light Cigarettes and Other “Reduced Exposure” Products

An Exploratory Study of the Behavior and Perceptions of College Students with Respect to Regular, Light, and Ultralight Cigarettes
(American Marketing Association, 2012)

College Students’ Expectancies for Light Cigarettes and Potential Reduced Exposure Products
(American Journal of Health Behavior, 2007)

The Meaning of “Light” and “Ultralight” Cigarettes: A Commentary on Smith, Stutts, and Zank
(American Marketing Association, 2012)