Predictors of Smoking Behaviour: The Dutch Cohort Study of Secondary Schoolchildren
Determinants of the onset of smoking among schoolchildren have been investigated in many cross-sectional surveys. An important object of longitudinal surveys is to confirm correlates, found in cross-sectional surveys, as predictors of behavioural change. A special subject in our cohort study is the influence of smoking policy.
KeywordsLogistic Regression Smoking Behaviour Drinking Behaviour Conditioning Factor Smoking Initiation
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