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Daniel Romer, Patrick Jamieson & R. Kirkland Ahern

In: Smoking: Risk, Perception, & Policy

Chapter 10: The Catch-22 of Smoking and Quitting

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The Catch-22 of Smoking and Quitting
The catch-22 of smoking and quitting
DanielRomer
PatrickJamieson
R. KirklandAhern

This chapter introduces a paradox that traps individuals when they face the decision to start or stop smoking. This paradox, which we call the catch-22 of smoking and quitting, results from the incompatible consequences of the belief that one can quit smoking at any time and by quitting avoid serious health ...

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