Perception of the combined effects of smoking and alcohol on cancer risks in never smokers and heavy smokers.

@article{Hermand1997PerceptionOT,
  title={Perception of the combined effects of smoking and alcohol on cancer risks in never smokers and heavy smokers.},
  author={Dani{\`e}le Hermand and Etienne Mullet and S Lavieville},
  journal={Journal of health psychology},
  year={1997},
  volume={2 4},
  pages={
          481-91
        }
}
The issue addressed in the study is: How do people perceive the combined effect of alcohol consumption and tobacco consumption on risks of cancer? The method used was an application of Information Integration Theory. Sixty-four participants of both sexes were asked to estimate the risk of cancer associated with a number of situations described by a tobacco-consumption level associated with an alcohol-consumption level. Participants were subsequently presented with a questionnaire concerning the… CONTINUE READING
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