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15-11

Media exposure, interactive health literacy, and adolescents’ susceptibility to future smoking

15-10

Reactions to Thirdhand Smoke are Associated with Openness to Smoking in Young Never Smoking Children

15-10

The influence of celebrity exemplars on college students' smoking

15-10

The causal effect of schooling on smoking behavior

15-10

Nicotine delivery, tolerability and reduction of smoking urge in smokers following short-term use of one brand of electronic cigarettes

15-10

Hooked on a feeling: affective anti-smoking messages are more effective than cognitive messages at changing implicit evaluations of smoking

15-09

Smoking-Related Beliefs and Susceptibility Among United States Youth Nonsmokers

15-09

Childhood self-regulatory skills predict adolescent smoking behavior

15-09

Association of asthma with obesity among adolescents exposed to environmental tobacco smoke

15-09

School smoking policies and educational inequalities in smoking behaviour of adolescents aged 14–17 years in Europe

15-09

Progression to Traditional Cigarette Smoking After Electronic Cigarette Use Among US Adolescents and Young Adults

15-09

Are homeschooled adolescents less likely to use alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs?

15-08

Educational differences in associations of noticing anti-tobacco information with smoking-related attitudes and quit intentions

15-08

Young Adults’ Risk Perceptions of Various Tobacco Products incl e-cigarettes Relative to Cigarettes

15-08

Binge Drinking, Cannabis and Tobacco Use Among Ethnic Norwegian and Ethnic Minority Adolescents in Oslo, Norway.

15-08

Students' unchanging smoking habits in urban and rural areas over the last 15 years

15-08

A Dynamic Model of Adolescent Friendship Networks, Parental Influences, and Smoking

15-08

E-cigarettes around 95% less harmful than tobacco estimates landmark review

15-08

Association of Electronic Cigarette Use With Initiation of Combustible Tobacco Product Smoking in Early Adolescence

15-07

Perceived benefits and health risks of cigarette smoking among young adults in Nepal

15-07

More pupils in England aged between 11 and 15 have tried electronic cigarettes than have tried smoking [regular use of e-cigarettes is 1% p.27]

15-07

Can social media help you quit smoking?

15-07

The impact of early life stress on risk of tobacco smoking initiation by adolescents.

15-07

Teenage smoking behaviour following a high-school smoking ban in Chile

15-07

Young people's views about drugs

15-07

Does cigarette smoking cause psychosis?

15-06

Process evaluation of a sport-for-health intervention to prevent smoking amongst primary school children: SmokeFree Sports

15-06

The Effectiveness of the Life Skills Program IPSY for the Prevention of Adolescent Tobacco Use

15-06

What are the main sources of smoking cessation support used by adolescent smokers in England?

15-06

Highly educated women stop smoking if the cost goes up

15-06

Trends in the co-occurrence of tobacco and cannabis use in 15-year-olds from 2002 to 2010 in 28 countries of Europe and North America

15-06

Facebook and Twitter could be used to help people quit smoking ... and ... research

15-06

One-Year Effects of Project EX in Spain: A Classroom-Based Smoking Prevention and Cessation Intervention Program

15-06

Social media helps young adults quit smoking

15-06

Briefing from Tobacco Control on electronic cigarettes

15-06

Smoking legislation prevents more than 11,000 child hospital admissions in England

15-06

Parental smoking and child poverty in the UK

15-05

Anti-smoking commercials burn out over time

15-05

Smoking marijuana may cause early puberty and stunts growth in boys

15-05

Weaker Self-Esteem in Adolescence Predicts Smoking

15-05

Effects of a Parent–Child Interactive Program for Families on Reducing the Exposure of School-Aged Children to Household Smoking

15-04

Trends and timing of cigarette smoking uptake among US young adults

15-04

The Effects of Antismoking Messages From Family, School, and Mass Media on Smoking Behavior and Smoking Intention Among Chinese Adolescents

15-04

Associations between e-cigarette access and smoking and drinking behaviours in teenagers

15-04

A Web-Based, Computer-Tailored Smoking Prevention Program to Prevent Children From Starting to Smoke After Transferring to Secondary School

15-04

Effectiveness of school-based smoking prevention curricula

15-04

Cigarette Smoking Trajectories From Sixth to Twelfth Grade: Associated Substance Use and High School Dropout.

15-04

Exploring comorbid use of marijuana, tobacco, and alcohol among 14 to 15-year-olds: findings from a national survey on adolescent substance use

15-04

Youth exposure to in-vehicle second-hand smoke and their smoking behaviours: trends and associations in repeated national surveys

15-03

Effectiveness of school-based smoking prevention curricula

15-03

What Predicts Early Smoking Milestones?

15-03

Influence of family and friend smoking on intentions to smoke and smoking-related attitudes and refusal self-efficacy among 9–10 year old children from deprived neighbourhoods

15-03

A Web-Based, Computer-Tailored Smoking Prevention Program to Prevent Children From Starting to Smoke After Transferring to Secondary School

15-03

Examining the impact of changes in school tobacco control policies and programs on current smoking and susceptibility to future smoking among youth in the first two years of the COMPASS study: looking back to move forward

15-03

Effects of first exposure to plain cigarette packaging on smoking behaviour and attitudes

15-03

Adolescent cannabis and tobacco use and educational outcomes at age 16

15-03

Do Young Adults Perceive That Cigarette Graphic Warnings Provide New Knowledge About the Harms of Smoking?

15-03

Development of a Twitter-Based Intervention for Smoking Cessation that Encourages High-Quality Social Media Interactions via Automessages

15-03

A Web-Based Program to Increase Knowledge and Reduce Cigarette and Nargila Smoking Among Arab University Students in Israel

15-03

Picture me smokefree: a qualitative study using social media and digital photography to engage young adults in tobacco reduction and cessation

15-03

Association of School Social Networks' Influence and Mass Media Factors With Cigarette Smoking Among Asthmatic Students

15-02

Family-based programmes for preventing smoking by children and adolescents

15-02

Opinions and beliefs held by Spanish teenagers regarding tobacco and alcohol consumption

15-02

Adolescent cannabis and tobacco use and educational outcomes at age 16

15-02

Adolescents’ and young adults’ perceptions of electronic cigarettes for smoking cessation: A focus group study

15-02

Tobacco Use Experimentation, Physical Activity, and Risk of Depression Among Multiethnic Urban Preadolescents

15-01

Adolescents’ Perceptions of Light and Intermittent Smoking in the US

15-01

Financial incentives for smoking cessation in pregnancy

15-01

Social Anxiety and Cigarette Smoking in Adolescents: The Mediating Role of Emotional Intelligence

15-01

Comparison of Peer Education and the Classic Training Method for School Aged Children Regarding Smoking and its Dangers

15-01

Exposure to point-of-sale displays and changes in susceptibility to smoking

15-01

"The U.S. National Tips From Former Smokers Antismoking Campaign
Promoting Awareness of Smoking-Related Risks, Cessation Resources, and Cessation Behaviors
"

15-01

Risk Factors for Exclusive E-Cigarette Use and Dual E-Cigarette Use and Tobacco Use in Adolescents

15-01

Predictors of smoking among Swedish adolescents

15-01

Exploring an effective tobacco prevention programme for Indian adolescents

15-01

E-cigarette use and intentions to smoke among 10-11-year-old never-smokers in Wales

15-01

On Social and Cognitive Influences: Relating Adolescent Networks, Generalized Expectancies, and Adolescent Smoking

15-01

Adolescent Delinquency, Drinking, and Smoking : Does the Gender of Friends Matter?

15-01

School policies for preventing smoking among young people

15-01

The density of tobacco retailers in home and school environments and relationship with adolescent smoking behaviours in Scotland

15-01

Socioeconomic position and early adolescent smoking development: evidence from the British Youth Panel Survey (1994–2008)

14-12

Electronic cigarettes for smoking cessation and reduction : Cochrane review

14-12

Teen e-cigarette use in the US and smoking

14-11

Perceived social and media influences on tobacco use among Samoan youth

14-11

Hardcore smoking among continuing smokers in Canada 2004-2012

14-11

Multiple tobacco product use among US adolescents and young adults

14-11

Smoking and trajectories of dysmenorrhoea among young Australian women

14-11

Using Mass Media Campaigns to Reduce Youth Tobacco Use: A Review

14-11

Work and Non-work Physical Activity Predict Real-time Smoking Level and Urges in Young Adults

14-11

Association Between Electronic Cigarette Use and Openness to Cigarette Smoking Among U.S. Young Adults.

14-11

Tobacco Use Among Middle and High School Students — United States, 2013

14-11

Development and evaluation of a mobile intervention for heavy drinking and smoking among college students.

14-11

The density of tobacco retailers in home and school environments and relationship with adolescent smoking behaviours in Scotland

14-11

UK Tobacco controls a success in cutting smoking among adolescents

14-10

E-Cigarette in Tobacco Cessation — A misnomer

14-10

An Evaluation of Fruit and Vegetable Consumption and Cigarette Smoking Among Youth

14-10

Do children overestimate the extent of smoking among their peers? A feasibility study of the social norms approach to prevent smoking.

14-10

Out of Sight and Out of Mind? Evaluating the Impact of Point-of-Sale Tobacco Display Bans on Smoking-Related Beliefs and Behaviors in a Sample of Australian Adolescents and Young Adults

14-10

Age at Smoking Initiation and Subsequent Smoking Among Korean Adolescent Smokers

14-10

Determinants of cigarette smoking initiation in Jordanian schoolchildren

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