Short-Term Efficacy of Click City®: Tobacco: Changing Etiological Mechanisms Related to the Onset of Tobacco Use

@article{Andrews2010ShortTermEO,
  title={Short-Term Efficacy of Click City®: Tobacco: Changing Etiological Mechanisms Related to the Onset of Tobacco Use},
  author={Judy A. Andrews and Judith S Gordon and Sarah E. Hampson and Steven M. Christiansen and Barbara Gunn and Paul Slovic and Herbert H. Severson},
  journal={Prevention Science},
  year={2010},
  volume={12},
  pages={89-102}
}
This paper described the short-term results from an ongoing randomized controlled efficacy study of Click City®: Tobacco, a tobacco prevention program designed for 5th graders, with a booster in sixth grade. Click City®: Tobacco is an innovative school-based prevention program delivered via an intranet, a series of linked computers with a single server. The components of the program target theoretically based and empirically supported etiological mechanisms predictive of future willingness and… CONTINUE READING

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