Brian R Flay
Brian R Flay
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Reviewing theories of adolescent substance use: organizing pieces in the puzzle.
J Petraitis, BR Flay, TQ Miller
Psychological bulletin 117 (1), 67, 1995
Standards of evidence: Criteria for efficacy, effectiveness and dissemination
BR Flay, A Biglan, RF Boruch, FG Castro, D Gottfredson, S Kellam, ...
Prevention science 6, 151-175, 2005
Why children start smoking cigarettes: predictors of onset
KM Conrad, BR Flay, D Hill
British journal of addiction 87 (12), 1711-1724, 1992
A multicommunity trial for primary prevention of adolescent drug abuse: Effects on drug use prevalence
MA Pentz, JH Dwyer, DP MacKinnon, BR Flay, WB Hansen, EYI Wang, ...
Jama 261 (22), 3259-3266, 1989
Efficacy and effectiveness trials (and other phases of research) in the development of health promotion programs
BR Flay
Preventive medicine 15 (5), 451-474, 1986
Stages in the development of adolescent smoking
KP Mayhew, BR Flay, JA Mott
Drug and alcohol dependence 59, 61-81, 2000
Psychosocial approaches to smoking prevention: a review of findings.
BR Flay
Health psychology 4 (5), 449, 1985
Differential influence of parental smoking and friends' smoking on adolescent initiation and escalation and smoking
BR Flay, FB Hu, O Siddiqui, LE Day, D Hedeker, J Petraitis, J Richardson, ...
Journal of Health and Social behavior, 248-265, 1994
Psychosocial predictors of different stages of cigarette smoking among high school students
BR Flay, D Phil, FB Hu, J Richardson
Preventive medicine 27 (5), A9-A18, 1998
Mass media and smoking cessation: a critical review.
BR Flay
American Journal of Public Health 77 (2), 153-160, 1987
Cigarette smoking: Why young people do it and ways of preventing it
BR Flay, JR d'Avernas, JA Best, MW Kersell, KB Ryan
Pediatric and adolescent behavioral medicine 10, 132-183, 1983
The critical role of nurturing environments for promoting human well-being.
A Biglan, BR Flay, DD Embry, IN Sandler
American Psychologist 67 (4), 257, 2012
Relative effectiveness of comprehensive community programming for drug abuse prevention with high-risk and low-risk adolescents.
CA Johnson, MA Pentz, MD Weber, JH Dwyer, N Baer, DP MacKinnon, ...
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 58 (4), 447, 1990
Comparison of population-averaged and subject-specific approaches for analyzing repeated binary outcomes
FB Hu, J Goldberg, D Hedeker, BR Flay, MA Pentz
American journal of epidemiology 147 (7), 694-703, 1998
Effects of 2 prevention programs on high-risk behaviors among African American youth: a randomized trial
BR Flay, S Graumlich, E Segawa, JL Burns, MY Holliday
Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine 158 (4), 377-384, 2004
The persistence of experimentally induced attitude change
TD Cook, BR Flay
Advances in experimental social psychology 11, 1-57, 1978
Role of the media in influencing trajectories of youth smoking
M Wakefield, B Flay, M Nichter, G Giovino
Addiction 98, 79-103, 2003
The theory of triadic influence
BR Flay, F Snyder, J Petraitis
Emerging theories in health promotion practice and research 2, 451-510, 2009
Mediating mechanisms in a school-based drug prevention program: first-year effects of the Midwestern Prevention Project.
DP MacKinnon, CA Johnson, MA Pentz, JH Dwyer, WB Hansen, BR Flay, ...
Health Psychology 10 (3), 164, 1991
Random-effects regression models for clustered data with an example from smoking prevention research.
D Hedeker, RD Gibbons, BR Flay
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 62 (4), 757, 1994
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