Table 4

 Youth: 254 votes for 60 nominations. Top 10 received 46.5% of votes

Ling PM, Landman A, Glantz SA. It is time to abandon youth access tobacco programmes. Tobacco Control 2002;11:3–6. 2018
Pierce JP, Choi WS, Gilpin EA, Farkas AJ, Merritt RK. Validation of susceptibility as a predictor of which adolescents take up smoking in the United States. Health Psychol1996;:–61. 15128
DiFranza JR, Savageau JA, Rigotti NA, et al. Development of symptoms of tobacco dependence in youths: 30 month follow up data from the DANDY study. Tobacco Control 2002;11:228–35. 1342
Lantz PM, Jacobson PD, Warner KE et al. Investing in youth tobacco control: a review of smoking prevention and control strategies. Tobacco Control 2000;9:47–63. 1271
Wayne GF, Connolly GN. How cigarette design can affect youth initiation into smoking: Camel cigarettes 1983–93. Tobacco Control 2002;11(suppl I):i32–9. 129
Peterson AV, Kealey KA, Mann SL, Marek PM, Sarason IG. Hutchinson smoking prevention project: long-term randomized trial in school-based tobacco use prevention—results on smoking. J Natl Cancer Inst2000;:–91. 1086
Ling PM, Glantz SA. Why and how the tobacco industry sells cigarettes to young adults: evidence from industry documents. Am J Public Health2002;:–1. 934
DiFranza JR, Tye JB. Who profits from tobacco sales to children? JAMA1990;:–7. 953
Pollay RW. Targeting youth and concerned smokers: evidence from Canadian tobacco industry documents. Tobacco Control 2000;9:136–47. 935
DiFranza JR, Dussault GF. The federal initiative to halt the sale of tobacco to children—the Synar Amendment, 1992–2000: lessons learned. Tobacco Control 2005;14:93–8. 90