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Deception in research is morally problematic ... and so too is not using it morally: reply to open peer commentaries on "The use of deception in public health behavioral intervention trials: a case study of three online alcohol trials"
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Prevalence and correlates of smokeless tobacco consumption among married women in rural Bangladesh
Public participation in local alcohol regulation: findings from a survey of New Zealand communities
Public, official, and industry submissions on a bill to increase the alcohol minimum purchasing age: a critical analysis
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