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Smoking and Human Behavior Tara Ney

Smoking and Human Behavior

Tara Ney

Published June 29th 1989
ISBN : 9780471921387
Hardcover
396 pages
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Leading authorities give state-of-the-art reviews on the causes of smoking, psychophysiological correlates, dependence, and relationships with emotion, anxiety, and performance. The discussion ranges from biology to social behavior and individualMoreLeading authorities give state-of-the-art reviews on the causes of smoking, psychophysiological correlates, dependence, and relationships with emotion, anxiety, and performance. The discussion ranges from biology to social behavior and individual attitudes. Also treats passive smoking and social attitudes, prevention, and intervention. Speculates on changing attitudes to smokers as the habit becomes progressively stigmatized and health campaigns make their impact. Includes critical evaluation of laboratory research and intervention programs, as well as controversial theoretical models.