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 “The Effect of Graphic Cigarette Warning Labels on Smoking Behavior: Evidence from the Canadian Experence.” Azagba S., and Sharaf M.  Nicotine & Tobacco Research, March 2013.


Health warning messages on tobacco products: a review.”   Hammond, D, Tobacco Control doi:10.1136/tc.2010.037630


“The health effects of tobacco and health warning messages on cigarette packages – survey of adults and adult smokers: Wave 9 Surveys.” Prepared by Environics Research Group, January 2005.


“A review of the science base to support the development of health warnings for tobacco packages.”  Sambrook Research International.  May 2009.


“Tobacco Warning Labels:  Evidence of Effectiveness.”  Tobaccofreekids.


“Adolescents perceived effectiveness of the proposed European graphic tobacco warning labels.”  Vardavas, C.I., Connolly, G., Karamanolis, K., Kafatos, A.  European Journal of Public Health 19(2):212-7, 2009.


“Do graphic health warning labels have an impact on adolescents’ smoking-related beliefs and behaviours?” White, V, Webster B, & Wakefield M.  Addiction 103(9):1562-71, 2008.



Cigarette pack design and adolescent smoking susceptibility:  a cross-sectional survey. Ford, A., Mackintosh, A.M., Moodie, C, Richardson, S., Hastings, G. 2013.


“Plain packaging of tobacco products:  A review of the evidence.”  Cancer Council Victoria.  Quit Victoria.  May 2011.


“Plain Tobacco Packaging:  A Systematic Review.”  Moodie, C., Stead, M., Bauld, L., McNeill, Angusa, K., Hinds, K., Kwan, I., Thomas, J., Hastings, G., O’Mara-Eves, A.


“Introduction effects of the Australian plain packaging policy on adult smokers: a cross-sectional study.”  Wakefield, M, Hayes, L., Borland, R.  2013.



“Inquiry into smoking in private vehicles.”  All Party Parliamentary Group on Smoking and Health.  2011.


“Ninety-six percent of New Zealand smokers support smokefree cars containing preschool children. ” The New Zealand Medical Journal.  November 2008.





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