Matthew C. Farrelly spends much of his time researching Environmental health, Advertising, Health promotion, Tobacco industry and Cross-sectional study. His research in Environmental health intersects with topics in Marijuana use and Smoking prevalence. His Advertising study combines topics in areas such as National Health Interview Survey and Odds.
Matthew C. Farrelly has included themes like Tobacco control, Youth smoking and Per capita in his Health promotion study. Matthew C. Farrelly combines subjects such as Health education, Program evaluation, Gerontology and Mass media with his study of Tobacco industry. Matthew C. Farrelly has researched Cross-sectional study in several fields, including Tobacco smoke, Smoking ban and Cross-sectional data.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental health, Advertising, Youth smoking, Tobacco control and Demography. He interconnects Tobacco use, Mass media, Smoking prevalence and Health promotion in the investigation of issues within Environmental health. His study in the field of Target audience also crosses realms of Point of sale, Convenience sample and Recall.
His Youth smoking research incorporates themes from Monitoring the Future, Foundation, Purchasing, Ethnic group and Cohort. His Tobacco control study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Logistic regression, Tobacco industry, Public relations, Excise and Public policy. The Tobacco industry study combines topics in areas such as Program evaluation, Settlement and State.
Matthew C. Farrelly focuses on Environmental health, Demography, Tobacco control, Public education and Advertising. He incorporates Environmental health and Food assistance in his studies. Tobacco control is closely attributed to Development economics in his research.
He integrates many fields in his works, including Advertising and Point of sale. Matthew C. Farrelly works mostly in the field of Logistic regression, limiting it down to topics relating to Descriptive statistics and, in certain cases, Affect, Substance use and Gerontology, as a part of the same area of interest. The study incorporates disciplines such as Youth smoking and Longitudinal study in addition to Mass media.
Matthew C. Farrelly mostly deals with Perception, Demography, Social media, Logistic regression and Tobacco control. His Perception research covers fields of interest such as Advertising, Demographics, Media use, Electronic cigarette and Positive attitude. Other disciplines of study, such as Cannabis, Occupational safety and health, Human factors and ergonomics, Suicide prevention and Injury prevention, are mixed together with his Demography studies.
His Social media study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Odds ratio, Rate ratio, Young adult and Normative. His studies link Environmental health with Logistic regression.
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Getting to the Truth: Evaluating National Tobacco Countermarketing Campaigns
Matthew C. Farrelly;Cheryl G. Healton;Kevin C. Davis;Peter Messeri.
American Journal of Public Health (2002)
Evidence of a dose-response relationship between "truth" antismoking ads and youth smoking prevalence
Matthew C. Farrelly;Kevin C. Davis;M. Lyndon Haviland;Peter Messeri.
American Journal of Public Health (2005)
Marijuana and Youth
Rosalie Liccardo Pacula;Michael Grossman;Frank J. Chaloupka;Patrick M. O'Malley.
National Bureau of Economic Research (2001)
The impact of workplace smoking bans: results from a national survey
Matthew C Farrelly;William N Evans;Andrew E S Sfekas.
Tobacco Control (1999)
Do Workplace Smoking Bans Reduce Smoking
William N Evans;Matthew C Farrelly;Edward Montgomery.
The American Economic Review (1999)
The compensating behavior of smokers: taxes, tar, and nicotine.
William N. Evans;Matthew C. Farrelly.
The RAND Journal of Economics (1998)
Declines in Hospital Admissions for Acute Myocardial Infarction in New York State After Implementation of a Comprehensive Smoking Ban
Harlan R. Juster;Brett R. Loomis;Theresa M. Hinman;Matthew C. Farrelly.
American Journal of Public Health (2007)
Changes in hospitality workers’ exposure to secondhand smoke following the implementation of New York’s smoke-free law
Matthew Farrelly;James Nonnemaker;R Chou;A Hyland.
Tobacco Control (2005)
Youth tobacco prevention mass media campaigns: past, present, and future directions
Matthew Farrelly;Jeffrey Niederdeppe;Jared Yarsevich.
Tobacco Control (2003)
The Impact of Tobacco Control Programs on Adult Smoking
Matthew C. Farrelly;Terry F Pechacek;Kristin Y Thomas;David E. Nelson.
American Journal of Public Health (2008)
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