Earlier joint trajectories of cigarette smoking and low perceived self-control as predictors of later poor health for women in their mid-60s.

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INTRODUCTION The current study was designed to assess the prospective relationship between the earlier joint trajectories of cigarette smoking and low perceived self-control (X age = 40-48) and later health problems (X age = 65.2) within a community sample of understudied females. METHODS The participants were given self-administered questionnaires… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/ntr/ntr232

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@article{Brook2012EarlierJT, title={Earlier joint trajectories of cigarette smoking and low perceived self-control as predictors of later poor health for women in their mid-60s.}, author={Judith S. Brook and Chenshu Zhang and David W. Brook and Stephen J. Finch}, journal={Nicotine & tobacco research : official journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco}, year={2012}, volume={14 4}, pages={434-42} }