The natural history of cigarette smoking from adolescence to adulthood: demographic predictors of continuity and change.

@article{Chassin1996TheNH,
  title={The natural history of cigarette smoking from adolescence to adulthood: demographic predictors of continuity and change.},
  author={Laurie A Chassin and Clark C. Presson and Jennifer S Rose and Steven J. Sherman},
  journal={Health psychology : official journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association},
  year={1996},
  volume={15 6},
  pages={
          478-84
        }
}
The current study examined the natural history of smoking from adolescence to adulthood in a community sample. Participants were from a longitudinal study (N = 4,035, 51.7% female, average age = 29 years). Group-level analyses showed a significant increase in smoking from adolescence to young adulthood and a nonsignificant decline after the mid-20s. Individual-level analyses showed that there was appreciable cessation and relapse but little new initiation in adulthood. Both adolescent and young… CONTINUE READING
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