Philosophy, Objectives, and Scope of the Journal
Tobacco Regulatory Science (TRS) (Tob Regul Sci, Electronic ISSN 2333-9748) is a rigorously peer-reviewed online scientific journal for the dissemination of research relevant to the regulation of tobacco products.
The journal content includes a broad array of research domains, including chemistry, biology, behavior, community, and population-level surveillance and epidemiology, as well as knowledge syntheses (eg, meta-analyses or state-of-the-art reviews) and analytic modeling.
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Following are a list of articles on the latest edition of the Journal
Volume 5, Number 5, September 2019
- Beliefs among Adult Smokers and Quitters about Nicotine and De-nicotinized Cigarettes in the 2016-17 ITC New Zealand Survey (Open Access)
- Cigarette Brand Preferences of Adolescent and Adult Smokers in the United States, 2013-2014
- Sales to Minors, Corporate Brands, and Assurances of Voluntary Compliance
- Predictive Validity of Tobacco Product Advertising and Retail Availability (Open Access)
- A Peek Past the Vape Clouds: Vape Shop Decline in Long Beach, California during 2015-2018
- Perceived Argument Strength and Youth Response to Cigarette Risk Messages (Open Access)
- Reductions in Secondhand Smoke Exposure among Non-smokers Post-legislation
Following are a list of editions of the Journal
- Number 5, September 2019 (Partial Open Access)
- Number 4, July 2019 (Open Access)
- Number 3, May 2019 (Partial Open Access)
- Number 2, March 2019 (Partial Open Access)
- Number 1, January 2019
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Open Access Articles
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- Beliefs among Adult Smokers and Quitters about Nicotine and De-nicotinized Cigarettes in the 2016-17 ITC New Zealand Survey
- Predictive Validity of Tobacco Product Advertising and Retail Availability
- Perceived Argument Strength and Youth Response to Cigarette Risk Messages
- Deconstructing the False Narrative of Natural Cigarettes
- Memorability of Cigarette Advertisements Making “Natural” Claims Among Adolescents
- Restricting “Natural” and “Additive-free”: Did FDA’s Agreement with Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company Change Advertising for Natural American Spirit?
- Biomarkers of Exposure and Potential Harm among Natural American Spirit Smokers
- Natural, Organic, Additive-free and Pure on Cigarette Packs in 14 Countries
- Real. Simple. Deadly. A Pilot Test of Consumer Harm Perceptions in Response to Natural American Spirit Advertising
- Health Beliefs of American Indian Imagery on Natural American Spirit Packs
- Comprehensive Chemical Characterization of Natural American Spirit Cigarettes
- The RICO Verdict and Corrective Statements: Catalysts for Policy Change?
- Harm Perceptions of Alternative Tobacco Products among US Adolescents
- Affect Predicts Small Cigar Use in a National Sample of US Young Adults
- Estimating Uptake for Reduced-nicotine Cigarettes Using Behavioral Economics
- Youth’s Perceptions of E-cigarette Advertisements with Cessation Claims
- An Economic Analysis of the Pre-Deeming US Market for Nicotine Vaping Products
- Analysis of Manufacturer’s Information on Tobacco Product Additive Use
- A Vision for Eye-tracking Research in Tobacco Regulatory Science
- Visual Attention Patterns Differ by Pictorial Health Warning Label Features
- Does Visual Attention to Graphic Warning Labels on Cigarette Packs Predict Key Outcomes among Youth and Low-income Smokers?
- Health Literacy and Attention to Cigarette Health Warning Labels among Rural Smokers
- Adults’ Visual Attention to Little Cigar and Cigarillo Package Warning Labels and Effect on Recall and Risk Perceptions
- Adolescent Attentional Bias toward Real-world Flavored E-cigarette Marketing
- Do Smokers Recall Source or Quitline on Cigarette Constituent Messages?
- Testing a Brief Web-based Intervention to Increase Recognition of Tobacco Constituents
- Beyond ‘Natural’: Cigarette Ad Tactics that Mislead about Relative Risk
- Association between Point-of-Sale Advertising Bans and Cigarette Smoking
- Identifying Disparities and Policy Needs with the STARS Surveillance Tool
- Enforcement of Smoke/Tobacco-free Policies at Public Universities in the US
- Increasing Effectiveness of Messages about Chemicals in Cigarette Smoke
- Assessing Change in Tobacco Visibility at Point-of-Sale Following a Display Ban
- Canadian Youth Smokeless Tobacco Use – Flavored Product Regulation Insights
- Effective Formats for Communicating Risks from Cigarette Smoke Chemicals
- Awareness and Use of ‘Heat-not-burn’ Tobacco Products in Great Britain
- Effect of Adding Sugar to Burley Tobacco on the Emission of Aldehydes in Mainstream Tobacco Smoke
- Assessing Smoking Cessation Messages with a Discrete Choice Experiment
- Use Behaviors, Dependence, and Nicotine Exposure Associated with Ad Libitum Cigar Smoking
- Effects of E-cigarette Advertising Messages and Cues on Cessation Outcomes
- Plasma Menthol Glucuronide as a Biomarker of Acute Menthol Inhalation
- Cigarette Design Features: Effects on Emission Levels, User Perception, and Behavior
- Battery Safety Information and Warnings on E-cigarette Packages and Online
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