Her research investigates the link between Association (psychology) and topics such as Psychotherapist that cross with problems in Social isolation. Anne Marie MacKintosh integrates Social isolation with Psychotherapist in her research. She integrates many fields, such as Logistic regression, Odds ratio and Odds, in her works. By researching both Odds ratio and Logistic regression, Anne Marie MacKintosh produces research that crosses academic boundaries. The research on Smoking prevalence, Tobacco use and Public health interventions is part of her Population project. Her Smoking prevalence study frequently links to other fields, such as Population. Throughout her Cohort study studies, she incorporates elements of other sciences such as Cohort, Confounding and Prospective cohort study. She regularly ties together related areas like Internal medicine in her Confounding studies. Her study brings together the fields of Odds and Internal medicine.
Her Environmental health study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Population and Tobacco product. The study of Population is intertwined with the study of Environmental health in a number of ways. Her Social science study spans across into fields like Social psychology and Law. Social psychology is closely attributed to Harm in her study. Many of her studies on Law apply to Harm as well. Pathology is frequently linked to Cross-sectional study in her study. Her research links Pathology with Cross-sectional study. In her works, she performs multidisciplinary study on Advertising and Marketing. Marketing and Packaging and labeling are two areas of study in which Anne Marie MacKintosh engages in interdisciplinary research.
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Methods of the International Tobacco Control (ITC) Four Country Survey
Mary E. Thompson;G. T. Fong;D. Hammond;C. Boudreau.
“It's as if you’re locked in”: qualitative explanations for area effects on smoking in disadvantaged communities
Martine Stead;Susan MacAskill;Anne-Marie MacKintosh;Jane Reece.
Health & Place (2001)
Development and evaluation of a mass media Theory of Planned Behaviour intervention to reduce speeding
Martine Stead;Stephen Tagg;Anne Marie MacKintosh;Douglas Eadie.
Health Education Research (2004)
Why healthy eating is bad for young people’s health: identity, belonging and food
Martine Stead;Laura McDermott;Anne Marie MacKintosh;Ashley Adamson.
Social Science & Medicine (2011)
Young people, alcohol, and designer drinks: quantitative and qualitative study
Kirsty Hughes;Anne Marie MacKintosh;Gerard Hastings;Colin Wheeler.
Cross sectional study of young people's awareness of and involvement with tobacco marketing
Lynn MacFadyen;Gerard Hastings;Anne Marie MacKintosh.
Marketing alcohol to young people: implications for industry regulation and research policy.
Margaret C. Jackson;Gerard Hastings;Colin Wheeler;Douglas Eadie.
The impact of alcohol marketing on youth drinking behaviour: a two-stage cohort study.
Rachael Gordon;Anne Marie MacKintosh;Crawford Moodie.
Alcohol and Alcoholism (2010)
Young adult smokers' perceptions of plain packaging: a pilot naturalistic study
Crawford Moodie;Anne Marie Mackintosh;Gerard B. Hastings;Allison Ford.
Tobacco Control (2011)
Young People’s Use of E-Cigarettes across the United Kingdom: Findings from Five Surveys 2015-2017
Linda Bauld;Anne Marie MacKintosh;Brian Eastwood;Allison Ford;Allison Ford.
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (2017)
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