Here is a list of publications based on CHAMP data.

  • Jamieson, P.E., & Romer, D. (In press). The Association between the Rise of Gun Violence in Popular US Primetime Television Dramas and Homicides Attributable to Firearms, 2000-2018. Plos One.
  • Ryan, D.P. & Jamieson, P.E. (2019). Risk and Culture of Health Portrayal in a U.S. Cross-Cultural TV Adaptation, a Pilot Study. Media and Communication. 7(1), 32-42. DOI: 10.17645/mac.v7i1.1489.
  • Khurana, A., Bleakley, A., Ellithorpe, M.E., Hennessy, M., Jamieson, P.E., Weitz, I. (2019). Sensation Seeking and Impulsivity Can Increase Exposure to Risky Media and Moderate its Effects on Adolescent Risk Behaviors. Prevention Science, 1-12. DOI: 10.1007/s11121-019-0984-z.
  • Khurana, A., Bleakley, A., Ellithorpe, M.E., Hennessy, Jamieson, P.E., Weitz, I. (2019). Media Violence Exposure and Aggression in Adolescents: A Risk and Resilience Perspective. Aggressive Behaviors, 45(1), 70-81. DOI: 10.1002/ab.21798.
  • Bleakley A, Ellithorpe M.E., Prince L, Hennessy M, Khurana A, Jamieson P.E., Weitz I. (2018). Do you see what I see? A character analysis of health risk behaviors in television shows popular with Black adolescents in the US. Journal of Children and Media, 12(4), DOI: 10.1080/17482798.2018.1487310.
  • Bleakley A., Ellithorpe M.E., Hennessy M., Jamieson P.E., Khurana A., & Weitz I. (2017). Risky movies, risky behaviors, and ethnic identity among Black adolescents. Social Science & Medicine, (195), 131-137. DOI https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2017.10.024.
  • Ellithorpe M.E., Bleakley, A., Hennessy, M., Weitz, I., Jamieson, P.E., & Khurana, A. (2017). Differences in the Portrayal of Health Risk Behaviors by Black and White Characters in Popular Films. Journal of Health Communication, (6) 451-458. DOI:10.1080/10810730.2017.1290165.
  • Bleakley, A., Ellithorpe, M.E., Hennessy, M., Khurana, A., Jamieson, P.E. & Weitz, I. (2017). Alcohol, Sex, and Screens: Modeling Media Influence on Adolescent Alcohol and Sex Co-Occurrence. The Journal of Sex Research, 54(8), 1026-1037. DOI: 10.1080/00224499.2017.1279585.
  • Romer, D., Jamieson, P.E., & Jamieson, K.H. (2017). The Continuing Rise of Gun Violence in PG-13 Movies, 1985-2015. Pediatrics, 139(2):e201628. Available at http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/pediatrics/early/2017/01/09/peds.2016-2891.full.pdf. DOI: 10.1542/peds.2016-2891.
  • Bushman, B. J., Romer, D., & Jamieson, P. E. (2015). Distinguishing hypotheses from hyperbole in studies of media violence: A comment on Markey, French, and Markey (2015). Human Communication Research, 41(2), 174-183. DOI: 10.1111/hcre.12058.
  • Jamieson, P.E. & Romer, D. (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. DOI: 10.13140/2.1.5103.1683.
  • Jamieson, P.E. & Romer, D. (Online April 3, 2014). Portrayal of Tobacco Use in TV Dramas Predicts Adult Cigarette Consumption—U. S., 1955-2010. Tobacco Control. DOI: 10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2012-050896.
  • Bleakley, A., Romer, D., & Jamieson, P.E. (2014). Violent film characters’ portrayal of alcohol, sex, and tobacco-related behaviors. Pediatrics, 133(1), 71-77. DOI: 10.1542/peds.2013-1922.
  • Bushman, B.J., Jamieson, P.E., Weitz, I., Romer, D. (2013). Gun Violence Trends in Movies. Pediatrics, 132(6), 1014-1018. DOI: 10.1542/peds.2013-1600.
  • Bleakley, A., Jamieson, P.E., & Romer, D. (2012). Trends of sexual and violent content by  gender in top-grossing US films, 1950-2006. Journal of Adolescent Health,51(1), 73-79. DOI: 10.1016/j.jadohealth.2012.02.006.
  • Jamieson, P.E. & Romer, D. (2011). Trends in Explicit Portrayal of Suicidal Behavior in Popular U.S. Movies, 1950-2006. Archives of Suicide Research, 15(3), 277-289. DOI: 10.1080/13811118.2011.589748.
  • Jamieson, P.E. & Romer, D. (2010). Trends in U.S. Movie Tobacco Portrayal since 1950: A Historical Analysis. Tobacco Control, 19(3), 179-184. DOI: 10.1136/tc.2009.034736.
  • Nalkur-Pai, P.G., Jamieson, P.E., & Romer, D. (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. DOI: 10.1016/j.jadohealth.2010.01.019.
  • Jamieson, P.E. & Romer, D. Eds. (2008). The Changing Portrayal of Adolescents in the Media since 1950Oxford University Press. (pp. 1-466).