Advertising, Public health, Tobacco control, Environmental health and Odds ratio are her primary areas of study. The various areas that Sherry Emery examines in her Advertising study include The Internet, Marketing, Social marketing, Social media and Nicotine. Her Public health study combines topics in areas such as Social psychology, Discontinuation and Electronic Cigarette Use.
Her Tobacco control research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Response rate, Smoking prevalence and Quit smoking. Sherry Emery combines subjects such as Chain smoking, Odds and Tobacco in Alabama with her study of Environmental health. Her Odds ratio study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as National Health Interview Survey, Youth smoking, Pharmacotherapy and Logistic regression.
Her primary areas of investigation include Advertising, Tobacco control, Environmental health, Social media and Public health. Her study in the field of Mass media also crosses realms of Tobacco industry. Sherry Emery has researched Tobacco control in several fields, including Health equity, Odds, Psychological intervention and Gerontology.
Her Environmental health research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cross-sectional study, Youth smoking, Adolescent smoking and Tobacco use. In her study, Internet privacy is inextricably linked to The Internet, which falls within the broad field of Social media. In most of her Public health studies, her work intersects topics such as Young adult.
Sherry Emery spends much of her time researching Social media, Advertising, Tobacco control, Tobacco industry and Environmental health. Sherry Emery interconnects Data collection, Sentiment analysis, The Internet and Addiction in the investigation of issues within Social media. Her research integrates issues of Cigarillo and Nicotine delivery in her study of Advertising.
Her Tobacco control study is focused on Public health in general. The concepts of her Environmental health study are interwoven with issues in Underserved Population, Purchasing and Tobacco in Alabama. Her Odds research includes themes of Social psychology and Sexual orientation.
Sherry Emery mostly deals with Social media, Odds, Tobacco control, Advertising and Logistic regression. The Social media study combines topics in areas such as Metadata, The Internet, Addiction and Marketing strategy. Her work deals with themes such as Health equity and Social psychology, Sexual orientation, which intersect with Odds.
As part of her studies on Tobacco control, she frequently links adjacent subjects like Environmental health. Her Environmental health research incorporates elements of Sexual minority and Lesbian gay bisexual. The study incorporates disciplines such as Packaging and labeling and Nicotine delivery in addition to Advertising.
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HAS THE CALIFORNIA TOBACCO CONTROL PROGRAM REDUCED SMOKING
John P. Pierce;Elizabeth A. Gilpin;Sherry L. Emery;Martha M. White.
Vaping versus JUULing: how the extraordinary growth and marketing of JUUL transformed the US retail e-cigarette market.
Jidong Huang;Zongshuan Duan;Julian Kwok;Steven Binns.
Tobacco Control (2019)
A Nationwide Analysis of US Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Smoking Behaviors, Smoking Cessation, and Cessation-Related Factors
Dennis R. Trinidad;Eliseo J. Pérez-Stable;Martha M. White;Sherry L. Emery.
American Journal of Public Health (2011)
The End of the Injury Severity Score (ISS) and the Trauma and Injury Severity Score (TRISS): ICISS, an International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision-Based Prediction Tool, Outperforms Both ISS and TRISS as Predictors of Trauma Patient Survival, Hospital Charges, and Hospital Length of Stay
Robert Rutledge;Turner Osler;Sherry Emery;Sharon Kromhout-Schiro.
Journal of Trauma-injury Infection and Critical Care (1998)
A cross-sectional examination of marketing of electronic cigarettes on Twitter.
Jidong Huang;Rachel Kornfield;Glen Szczypka;Sherry L Emery.
Tobacco Control (2014)
Effect of Televised, Tobacco Company–Funded Smoking Prevention Advertising on Youth Smoking-Related Beliefs, Intentions, and Behavior
Melanie Wakefield;Yvonne Terry-McElrath;Sherry Emery;Henry Saffer.
American Journal of Public Health (2006)
Intermittent and light daily smoking across racial/ethnic groups in the United States.
Dennis R. Trinidad;Eliseo J. Pérez-Stable;Sherry L. Emery;Martha M. White.
Nicotine & Tobacco Research (2009)
Characterizing and identifying "hard-core" smokers: implications for further reducing smoking prevalence.
Sherry Emery;Elizabeth A. Gilpin;Chris Ake;Arthur J. Farkas.
American Journal of Public Health (2000)
Reasons for Starting and Stopping Electronic Cigarette Use
Jessica K. Pepper;Kurt M. Ribisl;Sherry L. Emery;Noel T. Brewer.
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (2014)
Use of tobacco cessation treatments among young adult smokers: 2005 National Health Interview Survey.
Susan J. Curry;Amy K. Sporer;Oksana Pugach;Richard T. Campbell.
American Journal of Public Health (2007)
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