Modelling change in adolescent smoking behaviour: Stability of predictors across analytic models
Objectives. The current paper examined the variability of predictors of changes in adolescent smoking across linear and nonlinear analytic models. Design. Three analytic models typically used to model adolescent smoking behaviour were tested: one linear model of change (standard linear), one static linear model (pre-post linear) and one nonlinear model of change (cusp catastrophe). Variability in model composition was assessed by examining the pattern of variables achieving statistical...[Show more]
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