Computer-based smoking cessation interventions in adolescents: description, feasibility, and six-month follow-up findings.

Abstract

The impact of adolescent smoking cessation clinics has been disappointing due to low participation rates, high attrition, and low quit rates. This paper describes two computerized self-help adolescent smoking cessation intervention programs: 1) a program utilizing the expert system which is based on the transtheoretical model of change and 2) a popular… (More)

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