Clinical Trial

Reactions to Warnings on Hookah Ads

Study Description

Reactions to Warnings on Hookah Ads

The purpose of this study is to help us better understand what kinds of waterpipe tobacco advertisements appeal to young adults as well as to help evaluate and create health warnings that can be placed on waterpipe tobacco advertisements to inform young adults of the risks associated with smoking hookah tobacco.

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Behavioral - Control

Participants will view 24 ads with and without health warnings. Additionally, 16 control non-tobacco ads matched for graphical content, presence of text, people, and other factors will be randomly distributed among these ads.

Behavioral - Text Only

Participants will view at random 24 ads twice, each ad will have a different health warning chosen at random with the caveat that each health warning will be seen 3 times. The 16 control ads will have text disclaimers to control for physical features of the ads.

Behavioral - Text + Graphic

This arm is identical to the text only intervention except a graphic will be added to the health warning. Thus, each ad will be seen twice; the text + graphic warnings will be seen three times. The 16 control ads will have text disclaimers and logos or other images to control for physical features of ads.

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Exploring Reactions to Health Warnings on Waterpipe Tobacco Ads

Clinical Trial ID

NCT03723616

ParticipAid ID

dL9P4e