Publications list for Dr Sally Dunlop

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  • Dunlop, S., Cotter, T., Perez, D. (2014), When Your Smoking Is Not Just About You: Antismoking Advertising, Interpersonal Pressure, and Quitting Outcomes. Journal of Health Communication. 19(1), 41-56. [Abstract]


  • Cotter, T., Perez, D., Dunlop, S., Kite, J., Gaskin, C. (2013), Knowledge and beliefs about alcohol consumption, longer-term health risks, and the link with cancer in a sample of Australian adults. New South Wales Public Health Bulletin. 24(2), 81-86. [Abstract]
  • Dunlop, S., Cotter, T., Perez, D., Wakefield, M. (2013), Televised Antismoking Advertising: Effects of Level and Duration of Exposure. American Journal of Public Health. 103(8), e66-e73. [Abstract]


  • Dunlop, S., Cotter, T., Perez, D., Chapman, S. (2012), Tobacco in the news: associations between news coverage, news recall and smoking-related outcomes in a sample of Australian smokers and recent quitters. Health education research. 27(1), 160-71. [Abstract]
  • Sznitman, S., Dunlop, S., Nalkur, P., Khurana, A., Romer, D. (2012), Student drug testing in the context of positive and negative school climates: results from a national survey. Journal of Youth and Adolescence. 41(2), 146-155. [Abstract]
  • Perez, D., Grunseit, A., Rissel, C., Kite, J., Cotter, T., Dunlop, S., Bauman, A. (2012), Tobacco promotion 'below-the-line': Exposure among adolescents and young adults in NSW, Australia. BMC Public Health. 12(1), 429. [Abstract]


  • Dunlop, S., Cotter, T., Perez, D. (2011), Impact of the 2010 tobacco tax increase in Australia on short-term smoking cessation: a continuous tracking survey. Medical Journal of Australia. 195(8), 469-472. [Abstract]
  • Dunlop, S., More, E., Romer, D. (2011), Where do youth learn about suicides on the Internet, and what influence does this have on suicidal ideation?. Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines. 52(10), 1073-80. [Abstract]
  • Dunlop, S., Perez, D., Cotter, T. (2011), Australian smokers' and recent quitters' responses to the increasing price of cigarettes in the context of a tobacco tax increase. Addiction (Abingdon, England). 106(9), 1687-95. [Abstract]
  • Dunlop, S. (2011), Talking "truth": Predictors and Consequences of Conversations about a Youth Antismoking Campaign for Smokers and Nonsmokers. Journal of health communication. 16(7), 708-25. [Abstract]
  • Cotter, T., Hung, W., Perez, D., Dunlop, S., Bishop, J. (2011), Squeezing new life out of an old Sponge: how to modernise an anti-smoking media campaign to capture a new market. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health. 35(1), 75-80. [Abstract]
  • Hung, W., Dunlop, S., Perez, D., Cotter, T. (2011), Use and perceived helpfulness of smoking cessation methods: results from a population survey of recent quitters. BMC Public Health. 11, 592. [Abstract]


  • Cotter, T., Perez, D., Dunlop, S., Hung, W., Dessaix, A., Bishop, J. (2010), The case for recycling and adapting anti-tobacco mass media campaigns. Tobacco control. 19, 514-7. [Abstract]
  • Dunlop, S., Romer, D. (2010), Associations between adolescent seatbelt non-use, normative perceptions and screen media exposure: results from a national US survey. Injury prevention : journal of the International Society for Child and Adolescent Injury Prevention. 16(5), 315-20. [Abstract]
  • Dunlop, S., Romer, D. (2010), Relation between newspaper coverage of 'light' cigarette litigation and beliefs about 'lights' among American adolescents and young adults: the impact on risk perceptions and quitting intentions. Tobacco Control. 19(4), 267-273. [Abstract]
  • Dunlop, S., Romer, D. (2010), Adolescent and young adult crash risk: sensation seeking, substance use propensity and substance use behaviors. Journal of Adolescent Health. 46(1), 90-92. [Abstract]
  • Dunlop, S., Wakefield, M., Kashima, Y. (2010), Pathways to Persuasion: Cognitive and Experiential Responses to Health-Promoting Mass Media Messages. Communication Research. 37(1), 133-164.
  • Dunlop, S., Kashima, Y., Wakefield, M. (2010), Predictors and Consequences of Conversations About Health Promoting Media Messages. Communication Monographs. 77(4), 518-539.


  • Morley, B., Wakefield, M., Dunlop, S., Hill, D. (2009), Impact of a mass media campaign linking abdominal obesity and cancer: a natural exposure evaluation. Health education research. 24(6), 1069-1079. [Abstract]
  • Dunlop, S., Wakefield, M., Kashima, Y. (2009), Something to talk about: Affective responses to public health mass media campaigns and behaviour change. Journal of Health & Mass Communication. 1(3/4), 210-234.


  • Dunlop, S., Wakefield, M., Kashima, Y. (2008), Can you feel it? Risk, emotion, and narrative in health communication. Media Psychology. 11, 52-75.
  • Dunlop, S., Wakefield, M., Kashima, Y. (2008), The contribution of antismoking advertising to quitting: intra- and interpersonal processes. Journal of Health Communication. 13(3), 250-266. [Abstract]