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Psychosocial predictors of smoking trajectories during middle and high school

Psychosocial predictors of smoking trajectories during middle and high school,10.1111/j.1360-0443.2005.01090.x,Addiction,Lorien Abroms,Bruce Simons-Mo

Psychosocial predictors of smoking trajectories during middle and high school   (Citations: 23)
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Journal: Addiction , vol. 100, no. 6, pp. 852-861, 2005
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    • ...Short-term program and policy effectiveness might be most clearly demonstrated in the delay or reversal of this progression toward regular smoking, rather than focusing exclusively on preventing onset altogether (Abroms et al. 2005 ;C hen et al.2001; Choi et al. 2001 ;F lay et al.1998 ;K arp et al.2005 ;L . Liang et al. 2003 ;M ayhew et al.2000)...

    Jean Forsteret al. The Minnesota Adolescent Community Cohort Study: Design and Baseline R...

    • ...(Abroms, Simons-Morton, Haynie, & Chen, 2005; Simons-Morton, 2004) have looked at the effects of friends and parental tobacco use, and other parenting practices (parental support, involvement/knowledge, monitoring, regard, expectations, and conflict) on smoking initiation among early starters...

    Fabrizia Giannottaet al. A two-year follow-up investigation of parenting and peer influences on...

    • ...Based on different samples, longitudinal periods of assessment, and measurement of smoking behavior, support for three (White et al. 2002), four (Audrain-McGovern et al. 2004), five (Abroms et al. 2005; Colder et al. 2001; Guo et al. 2002), and six (Chassin et al. 2000; Costello et al. 2008; Lessov-Schlaggar et al. 2008; Orlando et al. 2004; Stanton et al. 2004) distinct smoking trajectory groups have been described, providing evidence for ...
    • ...That is, they can influence which trajectory group a person is most likely to belong to. Whereas early work using this method most commonly included a single reference group (e.g., Abroms et al. 2005), more recent work has examined each class in turn as a reference group in order to evaluate the likelihood of membership in each trajectory group with regard to predictors (e.g., Audrain-McGovern et al. 2004; Costello et al. 2008)...

    Lisa Dierkeret al. Uncovering Multiple Pathways to Substance Use: A Comparison of Methods...

    • ...Studies using this approach identified different groups with distinct profiles of smoking behavior (eg, Abroms, Simons-Morton, Haynie, & Chen, 2005); because these studies covered a longer period and/or included older children than in our study, they were more likely to identify four or five different trajectories...

    Roy Ottenet al. Own and Friends' Smoking Attitudes and Social Preference as Early Pred...

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