Smoking cessation processes in low-SES women: the impact of time-varying pregnancy status, health care messages, stress, and health concerns.

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UNLABELLED We tracked smoking outcomes - quitting, stage of readiness, action, motivation, self-efficacy, and confidence - over time among 943 low-SES women smokers accrued in an earlier smoking cessation intervention trial conducted in public health clinics. We assessed outcomes at 2, 6, 12 and 18 months post-initial clinic visit. Controlling for baseline… (More)

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@article{Crittenden2007SmokingCP, title={Smoking cessation processes in low-SES women: the impact of time-varying pregnancy status, health care messages, stress, and health concerns.}, author={Kathleen S. Crittenden and Clara Manfredi and Young In Cho and Therese A. Dolecek}, journal={Addictive behaviors}, year={2007}, volume={32 7}, pages={1347-66} }