Mental and Behavioral Health
Waterpipe Tobacco Use
Cigarette/E-Cigarette Use
Alcohol and Other Substance Abuse
Entertainment Education
Clinical and Translational Science

Mental and Behavioral Health

  1. Escobar-Viera CG, Shensa A, Hamm M, Melcher EM, Rzewnicki DI, Egan JE, Sidani JE, Primack BA. ‘I don’t feel like the odd one’: Utilizing content analysis to compare the effects of social media use on well-being among sexual minority and non-minority U.S. young adults. American Journal of Health Promotion. 2019.

  2. Shensa A, Sidani JE, Escobar-Viera CG, Switzer GE, Primack BA, Choukas-Bradley S. Emotional support from social media and face-to-face relationships: associations with depression risk among young adults. Journal of Affective Disorders. 2020;260:38-44. PMID: 31493637.

  3. Primack BA, Karim SA, Shensa A, Bowman B, Knight J, Sidani JE. Positive and negative social media experiences and social isolation. American Journal of Health Promotion. 2019;33(6):859-868. PMID:  30661371.

  4. Escobar-Viera CD, Whitfield DL, Wessel CB, Shensa A, Sidani JE, Brown Jr AL, Chandler CJ, Hoffman BL, Marshal MP, Primack BA. For better or for worse? a systematic review of the evidence on social media use and depression among lesbian, gay, and bisexual minorities. JMIR Mental Health. 2018;5(3):e10496. PMID: 30037786 PMCID: PMC6079300.

  5. Escobar-Viera CG, Shensa A, Bowman ND, Sidani JE, Knight J, James AE, Primack BA. Passive and active social media use and depressive symptoms among U.S. young adults. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking. 2018;21(7):437-443.

  6. Primack BA, Bisbey M, Shensa A, Bowman B, Karim SA, Knight J, Sidani JE. The association between valence of social media experiences and depression. Depression and Anxiety. 2018;35(8):784-794.

  7. Shensa A, Sidani JE, Escobar-Viera CG, Chu K, Bowman ND, Knight JM, Primack BA. Real-life closeness of social media contacts and depressive symptoms among university students. Journal of American College Health. In press, 2018. PMID: 29452042.

  8. Shensa A, Sidani JE, Dew MA, Escobar-Viera CG, Primack BA. Social media use and depression and anxiety symptoms: a cluster analysis. American Journal of Health Behavior. 2018;42(2):116-128. PMID: 29458520.

  9. Whaite E, Shensa A, Sidani JE, Colditz JB, Rosen D, Primack BA. Social media relationships and depressive symptoms among U.S. university students. Personality and Individual Differences. 2017;124:45-50.

  10. Levenson J, Shensa A, Sidani JE, Colditz JB, Primack BA. Social media use before bed and sleep disturbance among young adults in the United States: a nationally-representative study. SLEEP. 2017;40(9):1-7. PMID: 28934521.

  11. Shensa A, Escobar-Viera, CG, Sidani JE, Bowman ND, Marshal MP, Primack BA. Problematic social media use and depressive symptoms among U.S. young adults: a nationally-representative study. Social Science & Medicine. 2017;182:150-157. PMID: 28446367. PMCID: PMC5476225.

  12. Primack BA, Shensa A, Sidani JE, Whaite EO, Lin L, Rosen D, Colditz JB, Radovic A, Miller E. Social media use and perceived social isolation among young adults in the U.S. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2017;53(1):1-8. PMID: 28279545.

  13. Primack BA, Shensa A, Escobar-Viera CG, Barrett EL, Sidani JE, Colditz JB, James AE. Use of multiple social media platforms and symptoms of depression and anxiety: a nationally-representative study among U.S. young adults. Computers in Human Behavior. 2017;69:1-9.

  14. Jones JR, Colditz JB, Shensa A, Sidani JE, Lin L, Terry MA, Primack BA. Associations between internet-based professional social networking and emotional distress. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking. 2016;19(10):601-8. PMID: 27732077 PMCID: PMC5067824.

  15. Sidani JE, Shensa A, Hoffman B, Hanmer J, Primack BA. The association between social media use and eating concerns among US young adults. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. 2016;(16)30:1-8. NIHMS: 784746.

  16. Lin LY, Sidani JE, Shensa A, Radovic A, Miller E, Colditz JB, Hoffman BL, Giles LM, Primack BA. Association between social media use and depression among U.S. young adults. Depression and Anxiety. 2016;33(4):323-331. PMCID: PMC4853817.

  17. Levenson JC, Shensa A, Sidani JE, Colditz JB, Primack BA. Social media use and sleep disturbance among young adults. Preventive Medicine. 2016;85(4);36-41. PMCID: PMC4857587.

  18. Shensa A, Sidani JE, Lin L, Bowman ND, Primack BA. Social media use and perceived emotional support among US young adults. Journal of Community Health. 2016;41(3):541-9. PMID: 26613936 PMCID: PMC4842323.

  19. Primack BA, Land SR, Fan J, Kim KH, Rosen DA. Associations of mental health problems with waterpipe tobacco and cigarette smoking among college students. Substance Use and Misuse. 2013;48(3), 211-219. PMCID: PMC3582711.

  20. Primack BA, Silk JS, DeLozier CR, Shadel WS, Dillman Carpentier F, Dahl RE, Switzer GE. Using ecological momentary assessment to determine media use by individuals with and without major depressive disorder. Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine. 2011;165(4):360-5. PMCID: PMC3074228.

  21. Primack BA, Swanier B, Georgiopoulos AM, Land SR, Fine MJ. Association between media use in adolescence and depression in young adulthood: a longitudinal study. Archives of General Psychiatry. 2009;66(2):181-8. PMCID: PMC3004674.

  22. Primack BA, Douglas EL, Fine MJ, Dalton MA. Exposure to sexual lyrics and sexual experience among urban adolescents. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2009;36(4):317-23. PMCID: PMC3008595.

  23. Primack BA, Gold MA, Schwarz EB, Dalton MA. Degrading and non-degrading sex in popular music: a content analysis. Public Health Reports. 2008;123(5):593-600. PMCID: PMC2496932.

Waterpipe Tobacco Use

  1. Chu K, Colditz JB, Malik M, Yates T, Primack BA. Identifying key target audiences for public health campaigns: leveraging machine learning in the case of hookah tobacco smoking. JMIR. 2019.

  2. Colditz JB, Chu K, Emery S, Welling J, Larkin CR, James AE, Primack BA. Toward real-time infoveillance of Twitter health messages: Practical considerations for data collection, Management, and Human Coding. American Journal of Public Health. 2018;108(8):1009-1014. PMID: 2992764 PMCID: PMC6050832.

  3. Sidani JE, Shensa A, Yabes J, Fertman C, Primack BA. Waterpipe tobacco use in college and non-college young adults in the USA. Family Practice. 2019;36(2):103-109. PMID: 29741621 PMCID: PMC6425466

  4. Primack BA, Shensa A, Sidani JE, Tulikangas MC, Roberts MS, Colditz JB, James AE, Fine MJ. Comparison of toxicant load from waterpipe and cigarette tobacco smoking among young adults in the United States. Tobacco Control. 2018:1-7. PMID: 29773707.

  5. Colditz JB, Chu K, Switzer GE, Pelechrinis K, Primack BA. Online data to contextualize waterpipe tobacco smoking establishments surrounding large US universities. Health Informatics Journal. 2018:1-11. PMID: 29402174.

  6. Sidani JE, Shensa A, Naidu MR, Yabes J, Primack BA. Initiation, progression, and sustained waterpipe use: A nationally-representative longitudinal study of U.S. young adults. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers, and Prevention. 2017;26(5):748-755. PMID: 28082346.

  7. Maziak W, Taleb ZB, Jawad M, Afifi R, Nakkash R, Akl E, Ward KD, Salloum RG, Barnett TE, Primack BA, Sherman S, Cobb CO, Sutfin EL, Eissenberg T. Consensus statement on assessment of waterpipe smoking in epidemiological studies. Tobacco Control. 2016;0:1-6. PMID: 27165995. PMCID: PMC5104675.

  8. Sidani JE, Shensa A, Shiffman S, Switzer GE, Primack BA. Behavioral associationswith waterpipe tobacco smoking dependence among US young adults. Addiction. 2016;111(2);351-359. PMCID: PMC4715762.

  9. Colditz JB, Ton J, James AE, Primack BA. Toward Effective Water Pipe Tobacco Control Policy in the United States: Synthesis of Federal, State, and Local Policy Texts. American Journal of Health Promotion, 2017; 31(4):302-309.  PMCID: PMC4935627

  10. Primack BA, Carroll MV, Weiss PM, Shihadeh AL, Shensa A, Farley ST, Fine MJ, Eissenberg T, Nayak S. Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Inhaled Toxicants from Waterpipe and Cigarette Smoking. Public Health Reports. 2016;131(1):76-85. PMCID: PMC4716475.

  11. Primack BA, Carroll MV, Davis W, Shensa A, Levine MD. Sex Differences in Hookah-Related Images Posted on Tumblr: A Content Analysis. Journal of Health Communication. 2016;21(3):366-375. PMCID: PMC4873310.

  12. Primack BA, Freedman-Doan P, Sidani JE, Rosen D, Shensa A, James AE, Wallace J. Sustained waterpipe tobacco smoking and trends over time among US high school seniors: Findings from Monitoring the Future. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2015;49(6):859-67. PMCID: PMC4780332.

  13. Soneji S, Sargent JD, Tansky SE, Primack BA. Associations between initial waterpipe tobacco smoking and snus and subsequent cigarette smoking: Results from a longitudinal study of US adolescents and young adults. JAMA Pediatrics. 2015;169(2):129–36. PMCID: PMC4388043.

  14. Sidani JE, Shensa A, Primack BA. Waterpipe steam stones: Familiarity with and use among US young adults. Nicotine & Tobacco Research. 2015;17(1):114–8.  PMCID: PMC4318932.

  15. Carroll MV, Chang J, Sidani JE, Barnett TE, Soule E, Balbach E, Primack BA. Reigniting tobacco ritual: Waterpipe tobacco smoking establishment culture in the United States. Nicotine & Tobacco Research. 2014;16(12):1549–58.  PMCID: PMC4296182.

  16. Primack BA, Khabour OF, Alzoubi KH, Switzer GE, Shensa A, Carroll MV, Azab M, Eissenberg T. The LWDS-10J: Reliability and validity of the Lebanon Waterpipe Dependence Scale among university students in Jordan. Nicotine & Tobacco Research. 2014;16(7):915-22. PMCID: PMC4133566.

  17. Sidani JE, Shensa A, Barnett TE, Cook RL, Primack BA. Knowledge, attitudes, and normative beliefs as predictors of hookah tobacco smoking initiation: A longitudinal study of University students. Nicotine & Tobacco Research. 2014;16(6):647-54.  PMCID: PMC4015087.

  18. Primack BA, Mah J, Shensa A, Rosen D, Yonas MA, Fine MJ. Associations between race, ethnicity, religion, and waterpipe tobacco smoking. Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse. 2014;13(1):58-71.  PMCID: PMC3998664.

  19. Barnett TE, Shensa A, Kim KH, Cook RL, Nuzzo E, Primack BA. The predictive utility of attitudes toward hookah tobacco smoking on current use and use among a sample of college students. American Journal of Health Behavior. 2013;37(4):433-439. PMCID: PMC3761412.

  20. Primack BA, Shensa A, Kim KH, Carroll MV, Hoban MT, Leino EV, Eissenberg T, Dachille KH, Fine MJ. Waterpipe smoking among U.S. university students. Nicotine & Tobacco Research. 2013;15(1);29-35. PMCID: PMC3524056.

  21. Nuzzo E, Shensa A, Kim KH, Fine MJ, Barnett TE, Cook R, Primack BA. Associations between hookah tobacco smoking knowledge and hookah smoking behavior among US college students. Health Education Research. 2013;28(1);92-100. PMCID: PMC3549589.

  22. Primack BA, Hopkins M, Hallett C, Carroll MV, Zeller M, Dachille K, Donohue JM. U.S. health policy related to hookah tobacco smoking. American Journal of Public Health. 2012;102(9):e47-51. PMCID: PMC3482044.

  23. Khabour OF, Alzoubi KH, Eissenberg T, Mehrotra P, Azab M, Carroll MV, Afifi RA, Primack BA. Waterpipe tobacco and cigarette smoking among university students in Jordan. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease. 2012;16(7):986-92. PMCID: PMC3570564.

  24. Carroll MV, Shensa A, Primack BA. A comparison of cigarette and hookah-related videos on YouTube. Tobacco Control. 2013;22(5):319-323. PMCID: PMC3655091.

  25. Primack BA, Rice KR, Shensa A, Carroll MV, DePenna EJ, Nakkash R, Barnett T. US hookah tobacco smoking establishments advertised on the internet. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2012;42(2):150-6. PMCID: PMC3391575.

  26. Azab M, Khabour OF, Alkaraki AK, Eissenberg T, Alzoubi KH, Primack BA. Water pipe tobacco smoking among university students in Jordan. Nicotine and Tobacco Research. 2010;12(6):606-12. PMCID: PMC2878728.

  27. Primack BA, Fertman CI, Rice KR, Adachi-Mejia AM, Fine MJ. Waterpipe and cigarette smoking among college athletes in the United States. Journal of Adolescent Health. 2010;46(1):45-51. PMCID: PMC3001225.

  28. Primack BA, Walsh M, Bryce C, Eissenberg T. Water-pipe tobacco smoking among middle and high school students in Arizona. Pediatrics. 2009;123(2):e282-8. PMCID: PMC3013632.

  29. Primack BA, Sidani J, Agarwal AA, Shadel WG, Donny EC, Eissenberg TE. Prevalence of and associations with waterpipe tobacco smoking among U.S. university students. Annals of Behavioral Medicine. 2008;36(1):81-6. PMCID: PMC3004534.

Cigarette/E-Cigarette Use

  1. Chu K, Shensa A, Colditz JB, Sidani JE, Hoffman BL, Sinclair D, Primack BA. Modeling the social dynamics of cigarette and e-cigarette use. Health Education Behavior. 2019.

  2. Sidani JE, Colditz JB, Barrett EL, Shensa A, Chu K, James AE, Primack BA. I wake up and hit the JUUL: analyzing Twitter for JUUL nicotine effects and dependence. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 2019.

  3. Sidani JE, Colditz JB, Barrert EL, Chu K, James AE, Primack BA. JUUL on Twitter: analyzing tweets about use of a new nicotine delivery system. Journal of School Health. 2019.

  4. Chu K, Escobar-Viera CG, Matheny S, Davis EM, Primack BA. Tobacco cessation mobile app intervention (Just Kwit! study): protocol for a pilot randomized controlled pragmatic trial. Trials. 2019;20:147. PMID: 30808389 PMCID: PMC6390617

  5. Chu K, Colditz JB, Primack BA, Shensa A, Allem JP, Miller E, Unger JB, Cruz TB. JUUL: spreading online and offline. Journal of Adolescent Health. 2018;63(5):582-586. PMID: 30348280 PMCID: PMC6201306.

  6. Hoffman BL, Tulikangas MC, James AE, Shensa A, Colditz JB, Primack BA. Pennsylvania policymakers’ knowledge, attitudes, and likelihood for action regarding waterpipe tobacco smoking & electronic nicotine delivery systems. Tobacco Prevention & Cessation.  2018;4.

  7. Soneji S, Primack BA, Pierce JJ, Sung H, Sargent JD. Quantifying population-level health benefits and harms of e-cigarette use. PLOS ONE. 2018;13(3):e0193328 PMID: 29538396 PMCID: PMC5851558.

  8. Primack BA, Shensa A, Sidani JE, Soneji S, Hoffman BL, Sargent JD, James AE, Hoffman R, Fine MJ. Initiation of traditional cigarette smoking after electronic cigarette use among tobacco-naïve U.S. young adults. American Journal of Medicine. PMID: 29242110.

  9. Soneji S, Barrington-Trimis JL, Leventhal AM, Unger JB, Gibson LA, Wills TA, Yang J, Andrews JA, Hornick RC, Primack BA, Dang R, Sargent JD. Association between initial use of e-cigarettesand subsequent cigarette smoking among adolescents and young adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis. JAMA Pediatrics. 2017;1;171(8):788-797. PMID: 28654986 PMCID: PMC5656237.

  10. Colditz JB, Welling J, Smith NA, James AE, Primack BA. World Vaping Day: contextualizing vaping culture in online social media. Journal of Mixed Methods Research. 2019;13(2):196-215.

  11. Shensa A, Phelps-Tschang JS, Miller E, Primack BA. A randomized crossover study of Web-based media literacy to prevent smoking. Health Education Research. 2016;31(1): 48-59. PMCID: PMC4883031.

  12. Primack BA, Soneji S, Stoolmiller M, Fine MJ, Sargent JD. Progression to traditional cigarette smoking after electronic cigarette use among U.S. adolescents and young adults. JAMA Pediatrics. 2015;169(11):1018-1023. PMCID: PMC4800740.

  13. Phelps-Tschang J, Miller E, Rice K, Primack BA. Web-based media literacy to prevent tobacco use among high school students. Journal of Media Literacy Education. 2015;7(3);29-40.

  14. Primack BA, Douglas E, Land SR, Miller E, Fine MJ. Comparison of media literacy and usual education to prevent tobacco use: a cluster randomized trial. Journal of School Health. 2014;84(2):106–15. PMCID: PMC4126196.

  15. Shadel WG, Martino S, Setodji C, Haviland A, Primack BA, Scharf D. Motives for smoking in movies affect future smoking risk in middle school students: An experimental Investigation. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 2012;123(1-3);66-71. PMCID: PMC3288217.

  16. Primack BA, Kim KH, Shensa A, Sidani JE, Barnett TE, Switzer GE. Tobacco, marijuana, and alcohol use in University students: a cluster analysis. Journal of American College Health. 2012;60(5):374-86. PMCID: PMC3401532.

  17. Salgado MV, Perez-Stable EJ, Primack BA, Kaplan CP, Mejia RM, Gregorich SE, Alderete E. Association of media literacy with cigarette smoking among youth in Jujuy, Argentina. Nicotine & Tobacco Research. 2012;14(5):516-21. PMCID: PMC3337534.

  18. Primack BA, Longacre MR, Beach M, Adachi-Mejia AM, Dalton MA. Association of established smoking among adolescents with timing of exposure to smoking depicted in movies. Journal of the National Cancer Institute. 2012;104(7):1571-6. PMCID: PMC3317882.

  19. Shadel WG, Martino S, Haviland A, Setodji C, Primack BA. Smoking motives in movies are important for understanding adolescent smoking: a preliminary investigation. Nicotine and Tobacco Research. 2010;12(8):850-4. PMCID: PMC2917740.

  20. Sherman EJ, Primack BA. What works to prevent adolescent smoking? a systematic review of the National Cancer Institute’s Research-Tested Intervention Programs. Journal of School Health. 2009;79(9):391-9. PMCID: PMC3004538.

  21. Primack BA, Sidani J, Carroll MV, Fine MJ. Associations between smoking and media literacy in college students. Journal of Health Communication. 2009;14(6):541-55. PMCID: PMC3008588.

  22. Primack BA, Fine D, Yang CK, Wickett D, Zickmund S. Adolescents’ impressions of antismoking media literacy education: qualitative results from a randomized controlled trial. Health Education Research. 2009;24(4):608-21. PMCID: PMC2706492.

  23. Primack BA, Hobbs R. Association of various components of media literacy and adolescent smoking. American Journal of Health Behavior. 2009;33(2):192-201. PMCID: PMC3001227.

  24. Primack BA, Land SR, Fine MJ. Adolescent smoking and volume of exposure to various forms of media. Public Health. 2008;122(4):379-89. PMID: 18206196. PMCID: PMC3001229.

  25. Primack BA, Dalton MA, Carroll MV, Agarwal AA, Fine MJ. Content analysis of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs in popular music. Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine. 2008;162(2):169-75. PMCID: PMC3004676.

  26. Primack BA, Bost JE, Land SR, Fine MJ. Volume of tobacco advertising in African American markets: systematic review and meta-analysis. Public Health Reports. 2007;122(5):607-15. PMCID: PMC1936959.

  27. Primack BA, Switzer GE, Dalton MA. Improving measurement of normative beliefs involving smoking among adolescents. Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine. 2007;161(5):434-9. PMCID: PMC301365.

  28. Primack BA, Gold MA, Land SR, Fine MJ. Association of cigarette smoking and media literacy about smoking among adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health. 2006;39(4):465-72. PMCID: PMC3008629.

  29. Primack BA, Gold MA, Switzer GE, Hobbs R, Land SR, Fine MJ. Development and validation of a smoking media literacy scale for adolescents. Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine. 2006;160(4):369-74. PMCID: PMC3001232.

Alcohol and Other Substance Use

  1. Primack BA, Colditz JB, Rosen E, Giles LM, Jackson K, Kraemer KL. Portrayal of alcohol brands favored by underage youth on YouTube. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs. 2017;78(5), 654–664. PMCID: PMC4451204.

  2. Primack BA, Colditz JB, Pang K, Jackson KM. Portrayal of alcohol intoxication on YouTube. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. 2015;39(3):496-503. PMCID: PMC4510943.

  3. Primack BA, McClure A, Li Z, Sargent JD. Receptivity to and recall of alcohol brand appearances in US popular music and alcohol-related behaviors. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. 2014;38(6):1737-44. PMID: 24716496. PMCID: PMC4047148.

  4. Sidani JE, Shensa A, Primack BA. Substance use and living arrangement among fraternity and sorority members at US colleges and universities. Journal of Community Health. 2012;38(2), 238-245. PMCID: PMC3594445.

  5. Primack BA, Nuzzo E, Rice K, Sargent J. Alcohol brand references in U.S. popular music. Addiction. 2012;107(3):557-66. PMCID: PMC3273659.

  6. Hu X, Primack BA, Barnett TE, Cook RL. College students and use of K2: an emerging drug of abuse in young persons. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy. 2011; 6:16. PMCID: PMC3142218.

  7. Primack BA, Douglas EL, Kraemer KL. Exposure to cannabis in popular music and cannabis use among adolescents. Addiction. 2010;105(3):515-23. PMCID: PMC2881613.

  8. Primack BA, Kraemer KL, Fine MJ, Dalton MA. Media exposure and marijuana and alcohol use among adolescents. Substance Use and Misuse. 2009;44(5):722-39. PMCID: PMC300833.0

Entertainment Education

  1. Hoffman BL, Rosenthal EL, Colditz JB, McGarry R, Primack BA. Use of Twitter to assess viewer reactions to the medical drama Code Black. Journal of Health Communication. 2018;23(3):244-253. PMID: 29452057

  2. Hoffman BL, Shensa A, Wessel C, Hoffman RM, Primack BA. Exposure to fictional medical television and health: a systematic review. Health Education Research. 2017;32(2):107-123.PMID: 28334962.

  3. Hoffman BL, Hoffman RM, Wessel C, Shensa A, Woods MS, Primack BA. Use of fictional medical television in medical education: a systematic review. Advances in Health Sciences Education. 2018;23(1):201-216. PMID: 28083814.

  4. Primack BA, Roberts T, Fine MJ, Dillman Carpentier FR, Rice KR, Barnato AE. ER vs. ED: Aa comparison of televised and real-life emergency medicine. Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2012;43(6):1160-6. PMCID: PMC3573875.

  5. Primack BA, Carroll MV, McNamara M, Klem ML, King B, Rich MO, Chan CW, Nayak S. Role of video games in improving health-related outcomes: a systematic review. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2012;42(6):630-8. PMCID: PMC3391574.

  6. Primack BA, Wickett DJ, Kraemer KL, Zickmund S. Teaching health literacy using popular television programming: a qualitative pilot study. American Journal of Health Education. 2010;41(3):147-54. PMCID: PMC3757562.

  7. Arke ET, Primack BA. Quantifying media literacy: development, reliability, and validity of a new measure. Educational Media International. 2009;46(1):53-65. PMCID: PMC3092308.

Clinical & Translational Science

  1. Escobar-Viera CG, Zhou Z, Morano JP, Lucero R, Lieb S, McIntosh S, Clauson KA, Cook RL. The Florida mHealth Adherence Project for People Living with HIV (FL-mAPP): longitudinal assessment of feasibility, acceptability, and clinical outcomes. JMIR mHealth. 2019.

  2. Hoffman BL, Felter EM, Chu K, Shensa A, Hermann C, Wolynn T, Williams D, Primack BA. It’s not all about autism: the emerging landscape of anti-vaccination sentiment on Facebook. Vaccine. 2019;37(16):2216-2223. PMID: 30905530. 

  3. Corbin BD, Colditz JB, Switzer GE, Sidani JE, Klatt PM, Schaffer T, Primack BA. The SMARxT media literacy program: improving evidence-based prescribing among medical students. Journal of Media Literacy Education. 2018;10(3):1-18.

  4. Chakraborty P, Colditz JB, Silvestre AJ, Friedman MR, Bogen KW, Primack BA. Using Twitter to characterize public sentiment toward HPV vaccination. Cogent Med. 2017;4(1).

  5. Rosen DA, McCall J, Primack BA. A telehealth protocol prevents readmission among a high-risk cohort of patients with congestive heart failure. The American Journal of Medicine. 2017;130(11):1326-1330. PMID: 28756266.

  6. Primack BA, Colditz JB, Cohen E, Switzer GE, Robinson G, Seltzer DL, Rubio DM, Kapoor WN. Measurement of social capital among clinical research trainees. Clinical and Translational Science. 2014;7(1):33-7. PMID: 24118964. PMCID: PMC36644911.

  7. Rubio DM, Primack BA, Switzer GE, Bryce CL, Seltzer DL, Kapoor WN. A comprehensive career-success model for physician-scientists. Academic Medicine. 2011:86(12):1571-6. PMCID: PMC3228877.

  8. Lee JS, Primack BA, Mor MK, Stone RA, Obrosky DS, Yealy DM, Fine MJ. Processes of care and outcomes for community-acquired pneumonia. American Journal of Medicine. 2011;124(12):1175.e9-17. PMCID: PMC3578284.

  9. Primack BA, Dilmore TC, Switzer GE, Bryce CL, Seltzer DL, Li JI, Landsittel DP, Kapoor WN, Rubio DM. Burnout among early-career research trainees. Clinical and Translational Science. 2010;3(4):186-8. PMCID: PMC2925292.

  10. Primack BA, Bui T, Fertman CI. Social marketing meets health literacy: innovative improvement of health care providers’ comfort with patient interaction. Patient Education and Counseling. 2007;68(1):3-9. PMCID: PMC3004527.

Mental and Behavioral Health
Waterpipe Tobacco Use
Cigarette/E-Cigarette Use
Alcohol and Other Substance Abuse
Entertainment Education
Clinical and Translational Science