Perceived harm, addictiveness, and social acceptability of tobacco products and marijuana among young adults: marijuana, hookah, and electronic cigarettes win.

@article{Berg2015PerceivedHA,
  title={Perceived harm, addictiveness, and social acceptability of tobacco products and marijuana among young adults: marijuana, hookah, and electronic cigarettes win.},
  author={Carla J Berg and Erin Stratton and G L Schauer and Michael Lewis and Yanwen Wang and Michael Windle and Michelle C Kegler},
  journal={Substance use & misuse},
  year={2015},
  volume={50 1},
  pages={79-89}
}
BACKGROUND There has been an increase in non-daily smoking, alternative tobacco product and marijuana use among young adults in recent years. OBJECTIVES This study examined perceptions of health risks, addictiveness, and social acceptability of cigarettes, cigar products, smokeless tobacco, hookah, electronic cigarettes, and marijuana among young adults and correlates of such perceptions. METHODS In Spring 2013, 10,000 students at two universities in the Southeastern United States were… CONTINUE READING
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