Perceived ethnic discrimination and cigarette smoking: examining the moderating effects of race/ethnicity and gender in a sample of Black and Latino urban adults

@article{Brondolo2015PerceivedED,
  title={Perceived ethnic discrimination and cigarette smoking: examining the moderating effects of race/ethnicity and gender in a sample of Black and Latino urban adults},
  author={Elizabeth N Brondolo and Angela Monge and John Mark Agosta and Jonathan N. Tobin and Andrea Cassells and Cassandra A Stanton and Joseph L Schwartz},
  journal={Journal of Behavioral Medicine},
  year={2015},
  volume={38},
  pages={689-700}
}
Perceived ethnic discrimination has been associated with cigarette smoking in US adults in the majority of studies, but gaps in understanding remain. It is unclear if the association of discrimination to smoking is a function of lifetime or recent exposure to discrimination. Some sociodemographic and mood-related risk factors may confound the relationship of discrimination to smoking. Gender and race/ethnicity differences in this relationship have been understudied. This study examines the… CONTINUE READING

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