Who Am I? The Role of Self-Conflict in Adolescents' Responses to Cigarette Advertising

@article{Shadel2004WhoAI,
  title={Who Am I? The Role of Self-Conflict in Adolescents' Responses to Cigarette Advertising},
  author={William G. Shadel and Raymond Niaura and David B Abrams},
  journal={Journal of Behavioral Medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={27},
  pages={463-475}
}
Cigarette advertising may be partly responsible for adolescent smoking initiation, but few studies have investigated the advertising and individual difference factors that may be responsible. This study evaluated whether individual differences in the number of self-conflicts (i.e., conflicts between personality attributes experienced as part of self-concept development) interacts with stage of development (early versus middle adolescence) to predict responses to cigarette advertising imagery… CONTINUE READING
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