Authors: Jo Cranwell, John Britton, Manpreet Bains Title: “F*ck It! Let’s Get to Drinking—Poison our Livers!”: a Thematic Analysis of Alcohol Content in Contemporary YouTube Music Videos Journal: International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, (2016). doi:10.1007/s12529-016-9578-3 Abstract: Purpose: The purpose of the present study is to describe the portrayal of alcohol content in popular YouTube music videos. Method: We used inductive thematic analysis to Read More →

Authors: Jo Cranwell, Magdalena Opazo-Breton, John Britton Title: Adult and adolescent exposure to tobacco and alcohol content in contemporary YouTube music videos in Great Britain: a population estimate Journal: Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2016;70:488-492 doi:10.1136/jech-2015-206402 Abstract: Background: We estimate exposure of British adults and adolescents to tobacco and alcohol content from a sample of popular YouTube Read More →

Authors: Jurriaan Witteman, Hans Post, Mika Tarvainen, Avalon de Bruijn, Elizabeth De Sousa Fernandes Perna, Johannes G. Ramaekers & Reinout W. Wiers Title: Cue reactivity and its relation to craving and relapse in alcohol dependence: a combined laboratory and field study Journal: Psychopharmacology (Berl), 2015, 232(20): 3685–3696. Abstract: The present study investigated the nature of physiological cue Read More →

Author: Timothy Naimi, Craig Ross, Michael Siegel, William de Jong & David Jernigan Title: Amount of televised alcohol advertising exposure and the quantity of alcohol consumed by youth Journal: Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs (2016), 77(5), 723-729 Abstract Aims: Although studies demonstrate that exposure to brand-specific alcohol advertising is associated with an increased likelihood of Read More →

Author: Nathan Critchlow, Crawford Moodie, Linda Bauld, Adrian Bonner & Gerard Hastings Title: Awareness of, and participation with, digital alcohol marketing, and the association with frequency of high episodic drinking among young adults Journal: Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy (2015): 1-9 Abstract Aims: To explore the association between awareness of traditional and digital marketing, participation Read More →

Author: Michael Siegel, Craig S. Ross, Alison B. Albers, William DeJong , Charles King, Timothy S. Naimi, David H. Jernigan Title: The relationship between exposure to brandspecific alcohol advertising and brand-specific consumption among underage drinkers – United States, 2011–2012 Journal: The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, DOI: 10.3109/00952990.2015.1085542 (full text freely available) Abstract Background: Marketing is increasingly recognized as Read More →

Author: Craig S. Ross , Emily Maple , Michael Siegel , William DeJong , Timothy S. Naimi , Alisa A. Padon , Dina L.G. Borzekowski , David H. Jernigan Title: The Relationship Between Population-Level Exposure to Alcohol Advertising on Television and Brand-Specific Consumption Among Underage Youth in the US Journal: Alcohol & Alcoholism, DOI: 358-364 First Read More →

Authors: Susanne E. Tanski, Auden C. McClure, Zhigang Li, Kristina Jackson, Matthis Morgenstern, Zhongze Li & James D. Sargent Title: Cued Recall of Alcohol Advertising on Television and Underage Drinking Behavior Journal: JAMA Pediatr. Published online January 19, 2015. doi:10.1001/jamapediatrics.2014.3345 Abstract Importance  Alcohol is the most common drug among youth and a major contributor to morbidity and mortality Read More →

Authors: Brian A. Primack, Auden C. McClure, Zhigang Li, & James D. Sargent
Title: Receptivity to and Recall of Alcohol Brand Appearances in U.S. Popular Music and Alcohol-Related Behaviors
Journal: Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. Article first published online: 9 APR 2014. DOI: 10.1111/acer.12408 Read More →

Authors: Auden C. McClure, Mike Stoolmiller, Susanne E. Tanski, Rutger C. M. E. Engels & James D. Sargent Title: Alcohol Marketing Receptivity, Marketing-Specific Cognitions, and Underage Binge Drinking Journal: Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. Article first published online: 19 DEC 2012. DOI: 10.1111/j.1530-0277.2012.01932.x Abstract Background: Exposure to alcohol marketing is prevalent and is associated with both initiation and progression of alcohol Read More →