Published on in Vol 20, No 6 (2018): June

Misleading Claims About Tobacco Products in YouTube Videos: Experimental Effects of Misinformation on Unhealthy Attitudes

Misleading Claims About Tobacco Products in YouTube Videos: Experimental Effects of Misinformation on Unhealthy Attitudes

Misleading Claims About Tobacco Products in YouTube Videos: Experimental Effects of Misinformation on Unhealthy Attitudes

Journals

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  15. Janmohamed K, Walter N, Sangngam N, Hampsher S, Nyhan K, De Choudhury M, Kumar N. Interventions to Mitigate Vaping Misinformation: A Meta-Analysis. Journal of Health Communication 2022;27(2):84 View
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  17. Liu J, Reif-Stice C, Getz B. The mediating role of comments’ credibility in influencing cancer cure misperceptions and social sharing. Online Media and Global Communication 2022;1(3):551 View
  18. Kumar N, Hampsher S, Walter N, Nyhan K, De Choudhury M. Interventions to mitigate vaping misinformation: protocol for a scoping review. Systematic Reviews 2022;11(1) View
  19. Dashtian H, Murthy D, Kong G. An Exploration of e-Cigarette–Related Search Items on YouTube: Network Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(1):e30679 View
  20. Gupta A, Sharda S, Yogitha P, Goel S, Goyal A, Gauba K. Systematic content analysis of online information on herbal smoking products. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis 2021;68:S71 View
  21. Morales M, Fahrion A, Watkins S. #NicotineAddictionCheck: Puff Bar Culture, Addiction Apathy, and Promotion of E-Cigarettes on TikTok. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(3):1820 View
  22. Melchior C, Oliveira M. Health-related fake news on social media platforms: A systematic literature review. New Media & Society 2022;24(6):1500 View
  23. Johnson S. Knowing Well, Being Well: well-being born of understanding: The Urgent Need for Coordinated and Comprehensive Efforts to Combat Misinformation. American Journal of Health Promotion 2022;36(3):559 View
  24. Roozenbeek J, van der Linden S. How to Combat Health Misinformation: A Psychological Approach. American Journal of Health Promotion 2022;36(3):569 View
  25. Garett R, Young S. The Impact of Misinformation and Health Literacy on HIV Prevention and Service Usage. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care 2022;33(1):e1 View
  26. Liu J, Wright C, Williams P, Elizarova O, Dahne J, Bian J, Zhao Y, Tan A. Smokers’ Likelihood to Engage With Information and Misinformation on Twitter About the Relative Harms of e-Cigarette Use: Results From a Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2021;7(12):e27183 View
  27. Pepper J, Malterud A, Farrelly M, Taylor N, Nonnemaker J, Petrun Sayers E. The Impact of Social Media Use and Gaming on Initiation of Smokeless Tobacco Use Among Rural Male Youth. Journal of Adolescent Health 2023;72(3):383 View
  28. Morgan J, Cappella J. The Effect of Repetition on the Perceived Truth of Tobacco-Related Health Misinformation Among U.S. Adults. Journal of Health Communication 2023;28(3):182 View
  29. Kwon J, You S. Early Dementia: Content Analysis of the Information Provided by YouTube Videos in Korea. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners 2023;19(5):104589 View
  30. Li K, Shin D. Correcting E-Cigarette Misinformation on Social Media: Responses from UAE Nationals Who Smoke. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 2023;67(3):376 View
  31. Liu J, Lee D, Stevens E. Characteristics Associated with Young Adults’ Intentions to Engage with Anti-Vaping Instagram Posts. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2023;20(11):6054 View
  32. Oh K, An K, Lee M, Shin C, Steves S. Colorectal cancer screening disparities in Asian Americans: the influences of patient-provider communication and social media use. Cancer Causes & Control 2023;34(9):813 View
  33. Onyeaka H, Chido-Amajuoyi O, Daskalakis E, Deary E, Boardman A, Basiru T, Muoghalu C, Uwandu Q, Baiden P, Nkemjika S, Aneni K, Amonoo H. Associations between Health-Related Use of Social Media and Positive Lifestyle Behaviors: Findings from a Representative Sample of US Adult Smokers. Substance Use & Misuse 2024;59(4):527 View
  34. Thakur N, Cui S, Knieling V, Khanna K, Shao M. Investigation of the Misinformation about COVID-19 on YouTube Using Topic Modeling, Sentiment Analysis, and Language Analysis. Computation 2024;12(2):28 View