Here is a list of publications based on CHAMP data.

  • Patrick E. Jamieson, Dan Romer. (2014). “Violence in Popular U.S. Prime Time TV Dramas and the Cultivation of Fear: A Time Series Analysis”. Media and Communication,2(2), 31-41.
  • Patrick E Jamieson, Dan Romer. (Online April 3rd 2014). “Portrayal of Tobacco Use in TV Dramas Predicts Adult Cigarette Consumption—U. S., 1955-2010.” Tobacco Control.
  • Amy Bleakley, Dan Romer, Patrick E. Jamieson. (2014). “Violent film characters’ portrayal of alcohol, sex, and tobacco-related behaviors”, Pediatrics, 133(1), 71-77.  
  • Brad J. Bushman, Patrick E. Jamieson, Weitz, I., Dan Romer, D. (2013). “Gun Violence Trends in Movies”, Pediatrics, 132(6), 1014-1018.
  • Amy Bleakley, Patrick E. Jamieson, Dan Romer. (2012). Trends of sexual and violent content by  gender in top-grossing US films, 1950-2006, Journal of Adolescent Health,51(1), 73-79.
  • Patrick E. Jamieson, Daniel Romer. (2011). “Trends in Explicit Portrayal of Suicidal Behavior in Popular U.S. Movies, 1950-2006.” Archives of Suicide Research, 15(3), 277-289.
  • Patrick E. Jamieson, Daniel Romer. (2010). “Trends in U.S. Movie Tobacco Portrayal since 1950: An Historical Analysis” Tobacco Control, 19(3), 179-184.
  • Priya G. Nalkur-Pai, Patrick E. Jamieson, Daniel Romer. (2010) “The Effectiveness of the Motion Picture Association of America’s Rating System in Screening Explicit Violence and Sex in Top-ranked Movies from 1950-2006” Journal of Adolescent Health, 47, 440-447.
  • Patrick E. Jamieson and Daniel Romer. Eds. (2008). The Changing Portrayal of Adolescents in the Media since 1950. Oxford University Press. (pp. 1-466).