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Critchlow N, Moodie C, Best C, Stead M (2021). Anticipated responses to a hypothetical minimum price for cigarettes and roll-your-own tobacco: An online cross-sectional survey with cigarette smokers and ex-smokers in the United Kingdom. BMJ Open, 11, e042724.
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Moodie C, Best C, Critchlow N, Stead M, Hitchman S, McNeill A (2021). The impact of including cessation resource information on health warnings on standardised tobacco packaging on awareness and use: A longitudinal online survey in the United Kingdom. Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 23, 1068-1073.
Moodie C, Best C, Critchlow N, Stead M, McNeill A, Hitchman S (2021). The impacts of including information about the number of carcinogens in smoke on standardised cigarette packs in the UK. European Journal of Public Health, e31, 1031-1037.
Moodie C, Best C, Hitchman SC, Critchlow N, Mackintosh AM, McNeill A, Stead M (in press). The impact of standardised packaging in the United Kingdom on warning salience, appeal, harm perceptions, and cessation-related behaviours: A longitudinal online survey. Tobacco Control.
Moodie C, Best C, Lund I, Scheffels J, Critchlow N, Stead M, McNeill A, Hitchman S, Mackintosh AM (2021). The response of smokers to health warnings on packs in the United Kingdom and Norway following the introduction of standardised packaging. Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 23, 1551-1558.
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