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Tobacco-use psychosocial risk profiles of girls and boys in urban India: implications for gender-specific tobacco intervention development



Tobacco-use psychosocial risk profiles of girls and boys in urban India: implications for gender-specific tobacco intervention development



Nicotine & Tobacco Research 12(1): 29-36



Introduction: This study examined the distribution of psychosocial risk factors and prevalence of tobacco use among youth in urban India by gender. Methods: Data were obtained from a cross-sectional baseline survey of a group-randomized tobacco intervention trial involving 6th and 8th graders from 32 schools in Delhi and Chennai (<i>N</i>=11,642).

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PMID: 20008025

DOI: 10.1093/ntr/ntp169


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