Michael S. Amato
Michael S. Amato
Schroder Institute at Truth Initiative
Verified email at truthinitiative.org
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How to define e-cigarette prevalence? Finding clues in the use frequency distribution
MS Amato, RG Boyle, D Levy
Tobacco control 25 (e1), e24-e29, 2016
1252016
Sentence processing in an artificial language: Learning and using combinatorial constraints
MS Amato, MC MacDonald
Cognition 116 (1), 143-148, 2010
482010
Lead exposure and educational proficiency: moderate lead exposure and educational proficiency on end-of-grade examinations
MS Amato, CF Moore, S Magzamen, P Imm, JA Havlena, HA Anderson, ...
Annals of epidemiology 22 (10), 738-743, 2012
402012
Interformat reliability of the patient health questionnaire: validation of the computerized version of the PHQ-9
D Erbe, HC Eichert, C Rietz, D Ebert
Internet Interventions 5, 1-4, 2016
312016
A multirelational social network analysis of an online health community for smoking cessation
K Zhao, X Wang, S Cha, AM Cohn, GD Papandonatos, MS Amato, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 18 (8), e233, 2016
282016
Improving adherence to smoking cessation treatment: intervention effects in a web-based randomized trial
AL Graham, GD Papandonatos, S Cha, B Erar, MS Amato, NK Cobb, ...
Nicotine & Tobacco Research 19 (3), 324-332, 2017
272017
Engagement and attrition in Internet smoking cessation interventions: insights from a cross-sectional survey of “one-hit-wonders”
JE Saul, MS Amato, S Cha, AL Graham
Internet interventions 5, 23-29, 2016
242016
Higher price, fewer packs: evaluating a tobacco tax increase with cigarette sales data
MS Amato, RG Boyle, B Brock
American journal of public health 105 (3), e5-e8, 2015
212015
Moderate lead exposure and elementary school end-of-grade examination performance
S Magzamen, P Imm, MS Amato, JA Havlena, HA Anderson, CF Moore, ...
Annals of Epidemiology 23 (11), 700-707, 2013
212013
Moderate lead exposure and elementary school end-of-grade examination performance
S Magzamen, P Imm, MS Amato, JA Havlena, HA Anderson, CF Moore, ...
Annals of Epidemiology 23 (11), 700-707, 2013
212013
Language knowledge and event knowledge in language use
JA Willits, MS Amato, MC MacDonald
Cognitive psychology 78, 1-27, 2015
202015
Incorporating information exposure into a theory of planned behavior model to enrich understanding of proenvironmental behavior
L Witzling, B Shaw, MS Amato
Science Communication 37 (5), 551-574, 2015
192015
Quantile regression in environmental health: early life lead exposure and end-of-grade exams
S Magzamen, MS Amato, P Imm, JA Havlena, MJ Coons, HA Anderson, ...
Environmental research 137, 108-119, 2015
182015
Early lead exposure (< 3 years old) prospectively predicts fourth grade school suspension in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (USA)
MS Amato, S Magzamen, P Imm, JA Havlena, HA Anderson, MS Kanarek, ...
Environmental research 126, 60-65, 2013
182013
E-cigarette use 1 year later in a population-based prospective cohort
MS Amato, RG Boyle, D Levy
Tobacco control 26 (e2), e92-e96, 2017
152017
How US smokers refer to E-cigarettes: an examination of user-generated posts from a web-based smoking cessation intervention, 2008–2015
JL Pearson, MS Amato, X Wang, K Zhao, S Cha, AM Cohn, ...
Nicotine & Tobacco Research 19 (2), 253-257, 2017
152017
Quitting and switching: menthol smokers' responses to a menthol ban
J D'Silva, MS Amato, RG Boyle
Tobacco Regulatory Science 1 (1), 54-60, 2015
142015
A prospective examination of online social network dynamics and smoking cessation
AL Graham, K Zhao, GD Papandonatos, B Erar, X Wang, MS Amato, ...
PloS one 12 (8), e0183655, 2017
132017
Twelve million smokers look online for smoking cessation help annually: Health Information National Trends Survey data, 2005–2017
AL Graham, MS Amato
Nicotine and Tobacco Research 21 (2), 249-252, 2019
122019
E-cigarette use among treatment-seeking smokers: Moderation of abstinence by use frequency
ENS Nowariak, RK Lien, RG Boyle, MS Amato, LA Beebe
Addictive Behaviors 77, 137-142, 2018
112018
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