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Framing Pictorial Cigarette Warning Labels to Motivate Young Smokers to Quit

Adolescents perceived effectiveness of the proposed European graphic tobacco warning labels

Saying is not (always) doing: cigarette warning labels are useless

Affective and Cognitive Mediators of the Impact of Cigarette Warning Labels


Reactions to FDA-Proposed Graphic Warning Labels Affixed to U.S. Smokers’ Cigarette Packs

Pictorial Cigarette Warning Labels: Effects of Severity and Likelihood of Risk Messages

Showing leads to doing: graphic cigarette warning labels are an effective public health policy

Implications of Tobacco Industry Research on Packaging Colors for Designing Health Warning Labels

FDA cigarette warning labels lower craving and elicit frontoinsular activation in adolescent smokers

Demand Reduction from Plain and Pictorial Cigarette Warning Labels: Evidence from Experimental Auctions

The Effect of Graphic Cigarette Warning Labels on Smoking Behavior: Evidence from the Canadian Experience

Assessing the Consequences of Implementing Graphic Warning Labels on Cigarette Packs for Tobacco-Related Health Disparities

The Impact of Health Warning Labels for Swedish Snus Advertisements on Young Adults’ Snus Perceptions and Behavioral Intentions

Associations of Proposed Relative-Risk Warning Labels for Snus With Perceptions and Behavioral Intentions Among Tobacco Users and Nonusers

Predictive and External Validity of a Pre-Market Study to Determine the Most Effective Pictorial Health Warning Label Content for Cigarette Packages

The impact of graphic cigarette warning labels and smoke-free law on health awareness and thoughts of quitting in Taiwan

Pictorial health warning label content and smokers’ understanding of smoking-related risks—a cross-country comparison


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A standardized system used worldwide to identify hazardous substances by means of recognizable labels on their containers. There are distinctive pictographs (labels) for toxic and poisonous substances, biological hazards, live electrical cables, and radioactive compounds. A skull and crossbones symbol indicates poisonous substances, a stylized flash of lightning indicates high-voltage electricity, and three equidistant bars radiating from a circle indicate hazardous radioactivity.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.

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