Variations in Daily Cigarette Consumption on Work Days Compared With Nonwork Days and Associations With Quitting: Findings From the International Tobacco Control Four-Country Survey
Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 05/02/2012
Cooper J et al. – Those who smoke more on work days try to quit more. Country differences for success may be related to the extent of bans on smoking, with those smoking more on work days more likely to succeed where bans in workplaces and public places were more prevalent, such as Australia at the time.