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Daniel Romer & Patrick Jamieson

In: Smoking: Risk, Perception, & Policy

Chapter 4: The Role of Perceived Risk in Starting and Stopping Smoking

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The Role of Perceived Risk in Starting and Stopping Smoking
The role of perceived risk in starting and stopping smoking
DanielRomer
PatrickJamieson

What role, if any, does perception that smoking is risky play in individuals' decisions to start, continue, and stop the behavior? In Chapter 3, we showed that young people do not have consistent views about the ...

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