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13-07

Psychological predictors of male smokeless tobacco use initiation and cessation: a 16-year longitudinal study

13-07

Smoking initiation and personal characteristics of secondary students in Hong Kong

13-07

A note on the effects of education on youth smoking in a developing country

13-07

A qualitative exploration of young adult smokers’ responses to novel tobacco warnings (pdf)

13-07

Smoking behavior and sociodemographic differences among young people: Further evidence from southern Sweden based on public health survey data

13-07

Ambivalence and fluidity in the teenage smoking and quitting experience: Lessons from a qualitative study at an English secondary school

13-06

School-based programmes for preventing smoking (pdf)

13-06

Smoking cessation and characteristics of success and failure among female high-school smokers

13-06

Tobacco smoking, exposure to second-hand smoke, and asthma and wheezing in schoolchildren: a cross-sectional study

13-06

Does advertising matter? Estimating the impact of cigarette advertising on smoking among youth in developing countires

13-06

Responses to environmental smoking in never-smoking children: can symptoms of nicotine addiction develop in response to environmental tobacco smoke exposure?

13-06

Smoking in Movies and Adolescent Smoking Initiation: Longitudinal Study in Six European Countries

13-06

The dynamic role of parental influences in preventing adolescent smoking initiation

13-05

Parental Smoking in the Vicinity of Children and Tobacco Control Policies in the European Region (pdf)

13-05

School-based programmes for preventing smoking (pdf)

13-05

How to minimize children’s environmental tobacco smoke exposure (pdf)

13-05

Lifecourse SEP and tobacco and cannabis usen (pdf)

13-05

Psychological predictors of male smokeless tobacco use initiation and cessation: a 16-year longitudinal study

13-05

“When you're desperate you'll ask anybody”: young people's social sources of tobacco

13-05

Cigarette smoking and alcohol drinking in a representative sample of English school pupils: Cross-sectional and longitudinal associations

13-03

The styles of coping in stressful situations and the strain of psychological complaints in relation to tobacco smoking in senior secondary school adolescents

13-03

Initiation with menthol cigarettes and youth smoking uptake (pdf)

13-03

US Children's Acquisition of Tobacco Media Literacy Skills: A Focus Group Analysis

13-02

Parents Smoking in Their Cars With Children Present (pdf)

13-02

Parental Smoking in the Vicinity of Children and Tobacco Control Policies in the European Region (pdf)

13-02

Parental smoking and children's anxieties: an appropriate strategy for health education?

13-02

E-Cigarette: A New Tobacco Product for Schoolchildren in Paris

13-02

Cigarette smoking and measures of impulsivity in a college sample

13-02

Nearly half of new mothers relapse to smoking within six weeks

13-02

Quitting smoking reduces anxiety

13-02

Passive smoking link to dementia

12-12

Social relationships and subsequent health-related behaviours: linkages between adolescent peer status and levels of adult smoking in a Stockholm cohort (pdf)

12-12

Information Management Strategies Within Conversations About Cigarette Smoking: Parenting Correlates and Longitudinal Associations With Teen Smoking.

12-12

Incentives for preventing smoking in children and adolescents

12-12

The impact of maternal prenatal smoking on the development of childhood overweight in school-aged children

12-11

Prevalence of alcohol and tobacco use among Brazilian adolescents (pdf)

12-11

Portrayals of Teen Smoking, Drinking, and Drug Use in Recent Popular Movies

12-11

The likely impact of plain packaging of tobacco products on young people

12-11

Parenting Practices and Adolescent Risk Behavior: Rules on Smoking and Drinking Also Predict Cannabis Use and Early Sexual Debut (pdf)

12-10

Second-hand tobacco smoke and children

12-10

Effect of a Smoking Ban and School-Based Prevention and Control Policies on Adolescent Smoking in Spain: A Multilevel Analysis

12-10

The likely impact of plain packaging of tobacco products on young people

12-10

Evidence of Social Contextual Effects on Adolescent Smoking in South Korea

12-10

The reciprocal relationships between changes in adolescent perceived prevalence of smoking in movies and progression of smoking status

12-10

Secondhand smoke in cars: assessing children's potential exposure during typical journey conditions

12-10

The likely impact of plain packaging of tobacco products on young people

12-09

The assessment of tobacco dependence in young users of smokeless tobacco

12-09

Smokeless tobacco products pose serious health risks

12-09

Consumer perceptions of cigarette pack design in France: a comparison of regular, limited edition and plain packaging

12-09

Friends Moderate the Effects of Pro-Smoking Media on College Students' Intentions to Smoke.

12-09

Second-hand smoke exposure and psychological distress in adolescents

12-09

Does staying in school (and not working) prevent teen smoking and drinking?

12-09

The potential harm of cannabis among adolescents

12-08

Discussions with adults and youth to inform the development of a community-based tobacco control programme

12-08

Smoking, Plain Packaging and Young People

12-08

Gender differences in cigarette smoking, social correlates and cessation among adolescents

12-08

Does smoking affect schooling? Evidence from teenagers in rural China

12-08

Which interventions against the sale of tobacco to minors can be expected to reduce smoking?

12-08

Survey of Smoking, Drinking and Drug Use among Young People in England

12-08

Evaluation of a 5-year School-based County-wide Smoking Education Programme

12-08

Smoking in Early and Mid-Adolescence

12-08

The role of environmental smoking in smoking-related cognitions and susceptibility to smoking in never-smoking 9–12 year-old children

12-07

The impact on the lungs of smoking cannabis

12-07

Smoking - SHEU Literature Search Resource (304 items currently)

12-07

Who is Most Susceptible to Movie Smoking Effects? Exploring the Impacts of Race and Socioeconomic Status

12-07

The role of family incomes in cigarette smoking: evidence from French students

12-07

Linking mass media campaigns to pictorial warning labels on cigarette packages: a cross-sectional study to evaluate effects among Mexican smokers

12-07

A best–worst scaling survey of adolescents' level of concern for health and non-health consequences of smoking

12-07

Short-term Effects of a Smoking Prevention Website in American Indian Youth (pdf)

12-07

Out of sight, out of mind? Removal of point-of-sale tobacco displays in Norway

12-07

Tobacco promotion 'below-the-line': Exposure among adolescents and young adults in NSW, Australia (pdf)

12-06

Males who smoke before conception may damage their children’s health

12-06

Does smoking affect schooling? Evidence from teenagers in rural China

12-06

Analysis of Influential Factors Associated With the Smoking Behavior of Aboriginal Schoolchildren in Remote Taiwanese Mountainous Areas

12-06

Ambivalence and Fluidity in the Teenage Smoking and Quitting Experience: Lessons from A Qualitative Study at an English Secondary School

12-06

Smoking: School-based research literature search from SHEU

12-06

Early smoking in school-aged children with and without a diagnosis of asthma

12-06

Parental Smoking and Vascular Damage in Their 5-year-old Children (pdf)

12-05

A Qualitative Mediation Study to Evaluate a School-Based Tobacco Prevention Program in India

12-05

Childhood and adolescent psychopathology and subsequent tobacco smoking in young adults: findings from an Australian birth cohort

12-05

Smoking cessation and characteristics of success and failure among female high-school smokers

12-05

Does Household Structure Affect Adolescent Smoking?

12-05

Plain Tobacco Packaging: A Systematic Review (pdf)

12-05

Parental Smoking Cessation to Protect Young Children (pdf)

12-04

Smoking: Plain packaging and tobacco marketing

12-04

Fatherhood, Smoking, and Secondhand Smoke in North America

12-04

Is the socioeconomic gap in the Australian childhood exposure to secondhand smoke widening or narrowing?

12-04

Testing of a web-based program to facilitate parental smoking cessation

12-04

Smoking of Parents and Best Friend—Independent and Combined Effects on Adolescent Smoking and Intention to Initiate and Quit Smoking

12-04

Adolescent smoking behavior and outcome expectancies

12-04

A cluster randomised controlled trial of an adolescent smoking cessation intervention

12-04

Perspectives on Tobacco Use From Adolescents in Southwest China

12-03

Every year around 157,000 children aged 11-15 start smoking

12-03

Ethnic Group and Temporal Influences of Social Norms: Smoking Behavior Among a Panel of Adolescents

12-03

A cluster randomised controlled trial of an adolescent smoking cessation intervention

12-03

The effectiveness of school-based smoking prevention interventions among low- and high-SES European teenagers

12-03

School-related conscientiousness, alcohol drinking, and cigarette smoking in a representative sample of English school pupils

12-03

Does Intolerance of Smoking at School, or in Restaurants or Corner Stores Decrease Cigarette Use Initiation in Adolescents?

12-03

Academic achievement and smoking initiation in adolescence: a general growth mixture analysis

12-03

The Impact of School Suspension on Student Tobacco Use

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