Bidirectional Influences Between Parents and Children in Smoking Behavior: A Longitudinal Full-Family Model
Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 04/19/2012Schuck K et al.
The present study extends previous research on the intergenerational transmission of smoking behavior by demonstrating bidirectional influences between parents and children in smoking behavior. Moreover, the present study suggests that family members may be susceptible to adjust their smoking behavior across time in response to smoking behavior within the family.
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