2008 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Thomas Eissenberg mainly investigates Environmental health, Nicotine, Addiction, Smoking cessation and Young adult. Thomas Eissenberg interconnects Smoke, Hookah Smoking, Tobacco harm reduction, Public health and Waterpipe Tobacco in the investigation of issues within Environmental health. The concepts of his Nicotine study are interwoven with issues in Electronic cigarette, Abstinence, Toxicant and Heart rate.
His Addiction study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cognition, Social psychology, Disease and Tobacco use. His Smoking cessation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Plasma nicotine, Retrospective cohort study and Measurement device. His Young adult research integrates issues from Younger age, Multivariate analysis and Smokeless tobacco.
Thomas Eissenberg mostly deals with Nicotine, Environmental health, Electronic cigarette, Smoking cessation and Addiction. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Smoke, Abstinence and Toxicant. His biological study deals with issues like Public health, which deal with fields such as Epidemiology.
His Electronic cigarette research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Subjective effects, Plasma nicotine, Nicotine concentration and Abuse liability. His Smoking cessation study incorporates themes from Psychological intervention and Harm reduction. His Addiction study deals with Young adult intersecting with Demography.
Thomas Eissenberg spends much of his time researching Nicotine, Electronic cigarette, Environmental health, Demography and Smoking cessation. Thomas Eissenberg usually deals with Nicotine and limits it to topics linked to Toxicant and Flavor. His research on Electronic cigarette also deals with topics like
Thomas Eissenberg has included themes like Tobacco control, Smoke, Tobacco use, Waterpipe Tobacco and Harm in his Environmental health study. His Tobacco use study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cigarette smoking and Waterpipe Smoking. In general Smoking cessation study, his work on Quit smoking often relates to the realm of Baseline survey, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His primary areas of study are Nicotine, Electronic cigarette, Environmental health, Smoking cessation and Demography. The Nicotine study combines topics in areas such as Tobacco control, Addiction, Abstinence and Harm. Thomas Eissenberg works mostly in the field of Electronic cigarette, limiting it down to topics relating to Subjective effects and, in certain cases, Acute effects, as a part of the same area of interest.
His Environmental health study combines topics in areas such as Smoke, Toxicant and Waterpipe Tobacco. His work carried out in the field of Smoking cessation brings together such families of science as Absorption, Anesthesia, Blood serum and Public health. While the research belongs to areas of Demography, Thomas Eissenberg spends his time largely on the problem of Nicotine dependence, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Waterpipe Smoking, Checklist and Cohort.
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Association Between Initial Use of e-Cigarettes and Subsequent Cigarette Smoking Among Adolescents and Young Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.
Samir Soneji;Samir Soneji;Jessica L. Barrington-Trimis;Thomas A. Wills;Adam M. Leventhal.
JAMA Pediatrics (2017)
Tobacco smoking using a waterpipe: a re-emerging strain in a global epidemic
W Maziak;K D Ward;R A Afifi Soweid;T Eissenberg.
Tobacco Control (2004)
Electronic cigarettes: review of use, content, safety, effects on smokers and potential for harm and benefit
Peter Hajek;Jean-François Etter;Neal Benowitz;Thomas Eissenberg.
Waterpipe Tobacco and Cigarette Smoking Direct Comparison of Toxicant Exposure
Thomas Eissenberg;Alan Shihadeh.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2009)
Waterpipe tobacco smoking: an emerging health crisis in the United States.
Caroline Cobb;Kenneth D. Ward;Wasim Maziak;Alan L. Shihadeh.
American Journal of Health Behavior (2010)
A Clinical Laboratory Model for Evaluating the Acute Effects of Electronic “Cigarettes”: Nicotine Delivery Profile and Cardiovascular and Subjective Effects
Andrea R. Vansickel;Caroline O. Cobb;Michael F. Weaver;Thomas E. Eissenberg.
Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention (2010)
Waterpipe Tobacco Smoking: Knowledge, Attitudes, Beliefs, and Behavior In Two U.S. Samples
Stephanie Smith-Simone;Wasim Maziak;Kenneth D. Ward;Thomas Eissenberg.
Nicotine & Tobacco Research (2008)
Prevalence of and Associations with Waterpipe Tobacco Smoking among U.S. University Students
Brian A. Primack;Jaime Sidani;Aaron A. Agarwal;William G. Shadel.
Annals of Behavioral Medicine (2008)
Electronic cigarettes: Effective nicotine delivery after acute administration.
Andrea Rae Vansickel;Thomas Eissenberg.
Nicotine & Tobacco Research (2013)
Waterpipe tobacco smoking on a U.S. College campus: prevalence and correlates.
Thomas Eissenberg;Kenneth D. Ward;Stephanie Smith-Simone;Wasim Maziak.
Journal of Adolescent Health (2008)
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