The interaction of sociodemographic risk factors and measures of nicotine dependence in predicting maternal smoking during pregnancy.

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Summary of "The interaction of sociodemographic risk factors and measures of nicotine dependence in predicting maternal smoking during pregnancy."

Understanding differences in nicotine dependence assessments' ability to predict smoking cessation is complicated by variation in quit attempt contexts. Pregnancy reduces this variation, as each pregnant smoker receives the same strong cessation incentive. Cigarette smoking during pregnancy (SDP) provides a powerful paradigm for analyzing the interplay between nicotine dependence measures and sociodemographics in predicting cessation failure.


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Name: Drug and alcohol dependence
ISSN: 1879-0046
Pages: 168-175


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