Prevention of adolescent smoking: A prospective test of three models of intervention
Objective: The onset of smoking in adolescence leads to significant health problems in later life and so adolescent smoking prevention is a crucial concern of health psychology. Yet the evidence on smoking prevention in adolescence is not encouraging. The objective of this study was to examine the relative long-term efficacy of three specifically focussed prevention strategies (health-oriented, fitness-oriented and social skills/stress management-oriented) directed at the onset of adolescent...[Show more]
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