Symptoms of Diminished Autonomy over Cigarettes with Non-Daily Use

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Data from a nationally representative sample of smokers (ages 12-22 years, n=2,091) was examined to investigate the prevalence of symptoms of diminished autonomy over cigarettes. Six symptoms were assessed: failed cessation, smoking despite a desire to quit, and a need or urge to smoke, irritability, restlessness, or disrupted concentration attributed to… (More)
DOI: 10.3390/ijerph6010025

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