Selected papers by (or about) Dr. Rust
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"Summative Evaluation of Dragon Tales"
This is the final report of a controlled field experiment, funded by the US Department of Education, to determine whether viewing of the Dragon Tales TV series resulted in any changes in young children's tendency to set goals for themselves, to persist at tasks they got involved in, or collaborate with other children in achieving objectives. It used several of the core FieldKit(r) components, including those for measuring audience attention from audience-reaction videos, doing time-sampled codings of free-play behavior by live observers, and keypunching from paper-pencil survey forms
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Rust, L.W. "Making Sense of Sensing Markets." Journal of Marketing and Management" (2014) - Upcoming Special Issue - Accepted for Publication.
Brown, Abram "New Peanuts Movie Could Be 63-Year-Old Charlie Brown's Fountain of Youth." Forbes Magazine, (November 18, 2013)
Rust, L.W., "Tobacco prevention advertising:
lessons from the commercial world." Nicotine and Tobacco Research. 1,
Supplement 1 (1999): S81-S90.
Speech: KidScreen. Advertising to Kids Conference. "The Wear-Out Debate." New York September 10, 1998.
Speech: Advertising Research Foundation. Children's and Teens Research Workshop. "Childrens advertising and purchase behavior." New York. June, 1996.
Speech: NY Association of Public Opinion Research. "Developing Grounded Theory: qualitative analysis for hardnosed researchers": New York, NY. March 18, 1993.
Rust, L.W. "Parents and children shopping together: A new approach to the qualitative analysis of observational data." Journal of Advertising Research, 33, No. 4, (1993): 65-70.
Speech: Association for Consumer Research. Annual Conference. "Qualitative and quantitative approaches to child research." (With Carole Hyatt). New York. October, 1990.
Rust, L.W. "Using attention and intention to predict at-home program choice." Journal of Advertising Research, 27, (1987): 25-30.
Rust, L.W. "Children's advertising: how it works, how to do it, how to know if it works." Journal of Advertising Research, 26, (1986): RC13-15.
Rust, L.W. "Using test scores to guide the content analysis of TV materials." Journal of Advertising Research, 25, (1985): 17-23.
Rust, L.W. Attributes of The Electric Company that Influence Children's Attention to the Television Screen. New York: Children's Television Workshop, 1972 (a). (Please contact Sesame Workshop directly)
Rust, L.W. Attributes of Sesame Street that Influence Preschoolers' Attention to the Television Screen. New York: Children's Television Workshop, 1972 (b). (Please contact Sesame Workshop directly)