Newman, I.M., Shell, D.F., Major, L.J., & Workman, T.A. (2006) Use of policy, education, and enforcement to reduce binge drinking among university students. The NU Directions Project. Internationl Journal of Drug Policy, 17, 339-349.

Hunnicutt, D.M. Mann, M.A., Davis, J.L., Perry-Hunnicutt, C., & Newman, I.M. (1995) Alcohol advertising in the college newspaper at a large residential campus: 1984 and 1992. NASPA Journal, 32(2), 115-122.

Newman, I.M., Fitzsimmons, M.L., Maschmann, K.M., & Upright, J.W. (1994) School teacher's Role in a school-community alcohol intervention program.In Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, Rural Issues in Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Treatment: Award for excellence papers. (Technical Assistance Publication Series, No. 10, pp. 29-34) (DHHS Publication No. SMA 94-2063). Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.

Hunnicutt, D., Perry-Hunnicutt, C., Newman, I.M., Davis, J.L, & Crawford, J. (1993) Use of the delphi technique to support a comprehensive campus alcohol abuse initiative. Journal of Health Education, 24(2), 88-96.

Newman, I.M., Anderson, C.S., & Farrel, K.A. (1992). Role rehearsal and efficacy: Two 15-month evaluations of a ninth-grade alcohol education program.Journa of Drug Education, 22(1), 55-67.

Hunnicutt, D., Perry-Hunnicutt, C., Davis, J., & Newman, I. (1992) Alcohol use and abuse on an urban commuter campus. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Journal (NASPA), 29(4) 290-298.



Shell, D. F., Newman, I. M., Perry, C. M., Folsom, A. R. B. (2011). Changing intentions to use smokeless tobacco: An application of the IMB model. American Journal of Health Behavior, 35(5), pp. 568-580.

Newman, I.M., Shell, D.F. (2005). Smokeless tobacco expectancies among a sample of rural adolescents. American Journal of Health Behavior, 29(2), pp. 127-136

Leutzinger, J., & Newman, I.M. (1995, Spring). Using social cognitive theory as a framework for designing medical self-care interventions. Worksite Health, 44-47.

Newman, I.M., & Fitzsimmons, M.L. (1994, July / August) Newspapers as an evaluation tool of a rural drug education program. Health Values, 18(4), 41-50.

Newman, I.M. (1991, July). Adolescent tobacco smoking and chewing in Nebraska. Nebraska Medical Journal, 76(7) 194-196.

Gerber, R. W., & Newman, I. M. (1989). Predicting future smoking of adolescent experimental smokers. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 18(2), 191-201.

Newman, I. M., & Ward, J. M. (1989). The influence of parental attitude and behavior on early adolescent cigarette smoking. Journal of School Health, 59(4), 150-152.

Newman, I. (1984). Capturing the energy of peer pressure: Insights from a longitudinal study of adolescent cigarette smoking. Journal of School Health, 54(4), 146-148.

Newman, I., Irwin, R., & Martin, G. (1982). Attitudinal and normative factors associated with adolescent cigarette smoking in Australia and the USA: A methodology to assist health education planning. Journal of Community Health Studies, 6(1), 47-56.

Newman, I. (1980, March). Adolescent cigarette smoking in three societies: An approach to educational planning. Paper presented to the First Pan Pacific Conference on Drugs and Alcohol, Canberra, Australia.

Newman, I., Irwin, R., Ang, J., & Smith, J. (1971). Adolescent cigarette smoking in two societies. International Journal of Health Education, 14(3), 114-120.

Newman, I. (1971). The smoking game. School Health Review, 2(4), 28-31.

Newman, I. (1971). Ninth grade smokers-two years later. Journal of School Health, 41(9), 497-501.

Newman, I. (1970). Status configurations and cigarette smoking in a junior high school. Journal of School Health, 40(1), 28-31.

Newman, I. (1970). The peer pressure hypothesis of adolescent cigarette smoking-a sociometric examination. School Health Review, 1(2), 15-19.

Tobacco Curricula:

Newman, I. (Executive Producer and Project Director.) (1986). Tobacco . . . No! [Educational Television Program]. Lincoln, NE: Instructional Television Unit, Nebraska ETV Network, University of Nebraska Lincoln.

Newman, I., & Mohr, P. (1984). The Nebraska tobacco education curriculum. Nebraska Prevention Center for Alcohol and Drug Abuse, University of Nebraska Lincoln.

Newman, I. (Executive Producer and Project Director.) (1983). Immediate physiological effects of cigarette smoking. [Educational Television Program]. Lincoln, NE: Instructional Television Unit, Nebraska ETV Network, University of Nebraska Lincoln.


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