Faculty mentor: Jessica King
Tobacco advertisement warnings, often in English, may not be as effective among Spanish speakers. We randomized Spanish speakers to view warnings in either English, Spanish, or both languages and examined their perceptions. We used Prolific and MTurk to survey 841 Spanish speaking adults in the US. Participants were categorized into one of the following groups based on their language preference: bilingual but prefers English, bilingual but prefers Spanish, or Spanish only.
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