Published in Health and Medicine Week, January 31st, 2005
According to the review published in Health Education & Behavior, "Psychosocial smoking prevention studies have shown inconsistent results and theory-driven programs have been related to program success. [Our] meta-analysis was used as a judgment tool for resolving these issues by estimating average program effects and investigating the relative efficacy of program types."
M.S. Hwang and colleagues of Ohio State University explained, "[Our] study examined 65 adolescent psychosocial smoking...
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