Research by Others

Here’s an incomplete bibliography of related studies from other research groups. See Resources for more links and information.


Pesko MF, Hughes JM, Faisal FS. The influence of electronic cigarette age purchasing restrictions on adolescent tobacco and marijuana use. Prev. Med. [Epub ahead of print] February 26, 2016. doi: 10.1016/j.ypmed.2016.02.001.

Wellman RJ, O’Loughlin J. E-cigarettes: addressing gaps in knowledge. Int. J. Public Health. 2016;61(2):149-50.

Soneji S, Gerling M, Yang J, Sargent J. Online Electronic Cigarette Marketing-Violation of Self-regulated Standards by Tobacco Companies. JAMA Pediatr. [Epub ahead of print] March 7, 2016. doi: 10.1001/jamapediatrics.2015.4501.

Campbell-Heider N, Snow D. Teen Use of Electronic Cigarettes: What Does the Research Tell Us? J Addict Nurs. 2016;27(1):56-61.

Singh T, Marynak K, Arrazola RA, Cox S, Rolle IV, King BA. Vital Signs: Exposure to Electronic Cigarette Advertising Among Middle School and High School Students – United States, 2014. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep. 2016;64(52):1403-8.

Etter JF. Characteristics of users, and usage of different types of electronic cigarettes: findings from an online survey. Addiction. 2016;111(4):724-33.


Cuomo RE, Miner A, Mackey TK. Pricing and sales tax collection policies for e-cigarette starter kits and disposable products sold online. Drug Alcohol Rev. [Epub ahead of print] October 23, 2015. doi: 10.1111/dar.12353.

Mackey TK, Miner A, Cuomo RE. Exploring the e-cigarette e-commerce marketplace: Identifying Internet e-cigarette marketing characteristics and regulatory gaps. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2015;156:97-103.

Primack BA, Soneji S, Stoolmiller M, Fine MJ, Sargent JD. Progression to Traditional Cigarette Smoking After Electronic Cigarette Use Among US Adolescents and Young Adults. JAMA Pediatr. 2015;169(11):1018-23.

Ramo DE, Young-Wolff KC, Prochaska JJ. Prevalence and correlates of electronic-cigarette use in young adults: findings from three studies over five years. Addict Behav. 2015;41:142-7.

Arrazola RA, Singh T, Corey CG. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Tobacco use among middle and high school students–United States, 2011-2014. MMWR Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. 2015;64(14): 381-385.


Huang J, Kornfield R, Szczypka G, Emery SL. A cross-sectional examination of marketing of electronic cigarettes on Twitter. Tob Control. 2014; 23(suppl 3):iii26-iii30.

Bunnell RE, Agaku IT, Arrazola RA, Apelberg BJ, Caraballo RS, Corey CG, Coleman BN, Dube SR, King BA. Intentions to smoke cigarettes among never-smoking US middle and high school electronic cigarette users: National Youth Tobacco Survey, 2011-2013. Nicotine Tob Res. 2014.

King BA, Tynan MA, Dube SR, Arrazola R. Flavored-little-cigar and flavored-cigarette use among US middle and high school students. J Adolesc Health. 2014;54(1):40-46.

Zhu SH, Sun JY, Bonnevie E, Cummins SE, Gamst A, Yin L, Lee M. Four hundred and sixty brands of e-cigarettes and counting: implications for product regulation. Tobacco Control. 2014;23(suppl 3):iii3-iii9.

Gourdet CK, Chriqui JF, Chaloupka FJ. A baseline understanding of state laws governing e-cigarettes. Tobacco Control. 2014;23(3):iii37-iii40.


Corey C,Wang B, Johnson SE, et al; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Notes from the field: electronic cigarette use amongmiddle and high school students—United States, 2011-2012. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep. 2013;62 (35):729-730.


Primack BA, Rice KR, Shensa A, Carroll MV, DePenna EJ, Nakkash R, Barnett TE. U.S. hookah tobacco smoking establishments advertised on the Internet. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2012;42(2):150-156.


Yamin CK, Bitton A, Bates DW. E-cigarettes: a rapidly growing Internet phenomenon. Annals of Internal Medicine. 2010;153(9):607-609.


Fix BV, Zambon M, Higbee C, Cummings KM, Alford T, Hyland A. Internet cigarette purchasing among 9th grade students in western New York: 2000-2001 vs. 2004-2005. Preventive Medicine. 2006;43(3):191-195.


Hodge FS, Geishirt Cantrell BA, Struthers R, Casken J. American Indian Internet tobacco sales: another avenue for selling tobacco products. American Journal of Public Health. 2004;94(2):260-261.

Hrywna M, Delnevo CD, Staniewska D. Prevalence and correlates of internet cigarette purchasing among adult smokers in New Jersey. Tobacco Control. 2004;13(3):296-300.

Jensen JA, Hickman NJ 3rd, Landrine H, Klonoff EA. Availability of tobacco to youth via the Internet. JAMA. 2004;291(15):1837.

Knowles JH Jr, Wanke KL, Kawachi I. Internet sales of tobacco: heading off the new E-pidemic. Journal of Public Health Policy. 2004;25(2):162-172.


Abrams SM, Hyland A, Cummings KM. Internet cigarette purchasing among ninth-grade students in Western New York. Preventive Medicine. 2003;36:731-733.


Bryant JA, Cody MJ, Murphy ST. Online sales: profit without question. Tobacco Control. 2002;11(3):226-227.

Reagan KA, Hong T, Cohen EL, Cody MJ. Blocking access to online tobacco sales sites. Tobacco Control. 2002;11(2):164-165.


Cohen JE, Sarabia V, Ashley MJ. Tobacco commerce on the Internet: a threat to comprehensive tobacco control. Tobacco Control. 2001;10(4):364-367.

Connolly GN. Smokes and cyberspace: a public health disaster in the making. Tobacco Control. 2001;10(4):299.


Fisher L. Internet tobacco sales. Cancer Causes and Control. 2000;11(7):675-676.

Malone RE, Bero LA. Cigars, youth, and the Internet link. American Journal of Public Health. 2000;90(5):790-792.