Nan co-authors study on the influence of liking for antismoking PSAs on adolescents

Assistant professor Xiaoli Nan is the co-author of a study appearing in Health Communication that examines the connections between anti-smoking PSAs and adolescents' smoking-relatied intentions. The study explored issues related to argument strength, smoking status, and affinity for a PSA.  

Citation: Nan, X., & Zhao, X. (2010). The influence of liking for antismoking PSAs on adolescents' smoking-related behavioral intentions. Health Communication, 25, 459-469.

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