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Cox, S., Notley, C., Ross, L., and Jakes, S. (2019). What is the value of peer involvement in advancing tobacco harm reduction? Harm Reduction Journal, 16(2), doi:

Cox, S., Dawkins, L., Leigh, N., Choo, E., Vanderbush, T., and Goniewicz, M. (2018). An exploration into “do-it-yourself” (DIY) e-liquid mixing: Users' motivations, practices and product laboratory analysis. Addictive Behaviors Reports 100151. doi:

Cox, S., and Notley, C. (2018). Response to Campbell et al., (2018) - Health risk perceptions and reasons for use of tobacco products among clients in addictions treatment. Addictive Behaviors doi:

Hutchison, P., Cox, S., and Frings, D.J. (2018). Helping you helps me: Giving and receiving social support in recovery groups for problem gamblers. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice, 22(4), 187-199. doi:

Kimber, C., Frings, D., Cox, S., Albery, I., and Dawkins, L. (2018). The effects of the European E-cigarette health warning and comparative health messages on non-smokers' and smokers' risk perceptions and behavioural intentions: study protocol. BMC Public Health, 18(1259), doi:

Cox, S., Daniel, F., Reeda, A., and Lynne, D. (2018). Messages matter: The Tobacco Products Directive nicotine addiction health warning versus an alternative relative risk message on smokers' willingness to use and purchase an electronic cigarette. Addictive Behaviors Reports, 8 136-139. doi:

Cox, S., and Dawkins, L. (2018). Correction: Global and local perspectives on tobacco harm reduction: What are the issues and where do we go from here? [Harm Reduct J., 15, (2018) (32)] DOI: 10.1186/s12954-018-0239-5. Harm Reduction Journal, 15(1), 37. doi:

Cox, S., Chandler, C., Simpson, A., and Riggs, K. (2016). The effect of alcohol dependence on automatic visuo-spatial perspective taking. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 166 21-25. doi:

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