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Quit attempts and intention to quit cigarette smoking among young adults in the United States

American Journal of Public Health

Jun 30, 2007

Pebbles FaganJames T Gibson

Abstract

We investigated variables associated with quitting behaviors among current, daily, and nondaily young adult smokers in the United States. Data from the national 2003 Tobacco Use Special Cessation Supplement to the Current Population Survey were analyzed to identify factors associated wi...read more

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Prevalence Studies
Cessation of Smoking
Intention - Mental Process
Tobacco
Logistic Regression
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Multivariate Analysis
Nicotine
Health Behavior
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Quit attempts and intention to quit cigarette smoking among young adults in the United States

American Journal of Public Health

Jun 30, 2007

Pebbles FaganJames T Gibson

PMID: 17600244

DOI: 10.2105/ajph.2006.103697

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