Kurt M. Ribisl mainly focuses on Advertising, Tobacco control, Public health, Environmental health and Health promotion. His studies deal with areas such as The Internet, Tobacco industry and Tobacco use as well as Advertising. His work on Youth smoking as part of general Tobacco control research is often related to Cigarette pack, thus linking different fields of science.
His Public health research incorporates elements of Psychiatry, Discontinuation, Electronic Cigarette Use, Curiosity and Tobacco Use Cessation Products. The study incorporates disciplines such as Dissolvable tobacco and Program evaluation in addition to Environmental health. His work carried out in the field of Health promotion brings together such families of science as Intervention, Smoking habit, Job stress and Applied psychology.
Kurt M. Ribisl mainly investigates Tobacco control, Environmental health, Advertising, Public health and Marketing. His work in Tobacco control addresses issues such as Demography, which are connected to fields such as Odds and Psychological intervention. His Environmental health study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Health equity, Nicotine and Tobacco use.
The various areas that he examines in his Advertising study include Enforcement, Tobacco industry, The Internet and Product. His Public health study focuses on Health policy in particular. His study looks at the relationship between Marketing and fields such as Point of sale, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Kurt M. Ribisl spends much of his time researching Environmental health, Odds, Geography, Demography and Public health. The concepts of his Environmental health study are interwoven with issues in Pulmonary disease, Hospital outcomes, COPD and Nicotine delivery. His Odds research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Tobacco control, Social policy, Tobacco use, Generalized estimating equation and Product.
His work in the fields of Tobacco control, such as Tobacco prevention, intersects with other areas such as Search function. His research in Demography intersects with topics in Cigarette use, Logistic regression, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System and Former Smoker. His research in the fields of Health department overlaps with other disciplines such as Social distance.
Harm, Young adult, Scale, Health communication and Cognitive elaboration are his primary areas of study. His Harm research includes elements of MEDLINE, Addictive behavior, Psychiatry, Addiction and Harm reduction. His Young adult research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cross-sectional study, Health knowledge and Environmental health.
His Health communication research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Misinformation, Public health and Internet privacy. His Cognitive elaboration research spans across into fields like Convenience sample, Applied psychology, Pace, Social marketing and Random order.
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Further Validation and Reliability Testing of the Trust in Physician Scale
David H. Thom;Kurt M. Ribisl;Anita L. Stewart;Douglas A. Luke.
Medical Care (1999)
Pictorial cigarette pack warnings: a meta-analysis of experimental studies
Seth M Noar;Marissa G Hall;Diane B Francis;Kurt M Ribisl.
Tobacco Control (2016)
Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act Banning Outdoor Tobacco Advertising Near Schools and Playgrounds
Douglas A. Luke;Kurt M. Ribisl;Carson Smith;Amy A. Sorg.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2011)
Electronic Cigarettes A Policy Statement From the American Heart Association
Aruni Bhatnagar;Laurie P. Whitsel;Kurt M. Ribisl;Chris Bullen.
A description of the social–ecological framework used in the trial of activity for adolescent girls (TAAG)
John P. Elder;Leslie Lytle;James F. Sallis;Deborah Rohm Young.
Health Education Research (2006)
Tracking the Rise in Popularity of Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (Electronic Cigarettes) Using Search Query Surveillance
John W. Ayers;Kurt M. Ribisl;John S. Brownstein;John S. Brownstein.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2011)
Minimizing participant attrition in panel studies through the use of effective retention and tracking strategies: Review and recommendations
Kurt M. Ribisl;Maureen A. Walton;Carol T. Mowbray;Douglas A. Luke.
Evaluation and Program Planning (1996)
The role of peer social network factors and physical activity in adolescent girls.
Carolyn C. Voorhees;David Murray;Greg Welk;Amanda Birnbaum.
American Journal of Health Behavior (2005)
Cohort study of the impact of high-dose opioid analgesics on overdose mortality
Nabarun Dasgupta;Michele Jonsson Funk;Scott Proescholdbell;Annie Hirsch.
Pain Medicine (2015)
English language use as a risk factor for smoking initiation among Hispanic and Asian American adolescents: evidence for mediation by tobacco-related beliefs and social norms.
Jennifer B. Unger;Tess Boley Cruz;Louise Ann Rohrbach;Kurt M. Ribisl.
Health Psychology (2000)
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