The Impact of asking about interest in free nicotine patches on smoker's stated intent to change: real effect or artefact of question ordering?
INTRODUCTION Stage of change questions are often included on general population surveys to assess the proportion of current smokers intending to quit. The current study reported on a methodological experiment to establish whether participant's self-reported stage of change can be influenced by asking about interest in free nicotine patches immediately prior to asking about intent to change. METHODS As part of an ongoing random digit dialing survey, a randomized half of participants were asked...[Show more]
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