Home smoking restrictions and adolescent smoking.

@article{Proescholdbell2000HomeSR,
  title={Home smoking restrictions and adolescent smoking.},
  author={Rae Jean Proescholdbell and Laure Chassin and David P. Mackinnon},
  journal={Nicotine \& tobacco research : official journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco},
  year={2000},
  volume={2 2},
  pages={
          159-67
        }
}
The prevention of adolescent smoking has focused on peer influences to the relative neglect of parental influences. Parents socialize their children about many behaviors including smoking, and parental rules about their child's smoking have been related to lower levels of adolescent smoking. Moreover, among adults, indoor smoking restrictions have been associated with decreased smoking. Accordingly, the current study tested the relation of adolescent smoking to home smoking policy (rules… 

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