Research Hotspot & Journal Scope - factors
Associations of risk factors of e-cigarette and cigarette use and susceptibility to use among baseline PATH study youth participants (2013-2014).
Michael D Sawdey · Hannah R Day · Blair Coleman · Lisa D Gardner · Sarah E Johnson · Jean Limpert · Hoda T Hammad · Maciej L Goniewicz · David B Abrams · Cassandra A Stanton · Jennifer L Pearson · Annette R Kaufman · Heather L Kimmel · Cristine D Delnevo · Wilson M Compton · Maansi Bansal-Travers · Raymond S Niaura · Andrew Hyland · Bridget K Ambrose ·Medicine
Understanding susceptibility to e-cigarettes: A comprehensive model of risk factors that influence the transition from non-susceptible to susceptible among e-cigarette naïve adolescents.
Felicia R Carey · Shannon M Rogers · Elizabeth A Cohn · Melissa B Harrell · Anna V Wilkinson · Cheryl L Perry ·Psychology Medicine
Psychosocial risk factors in disordered gambling: A descriptive systematic overview of vulnerable populations.
Steve Sharman · Kevin Butler · Amanda Roberts ·Psychology Medicine
Factors associated with chronic pain and non-medical opioid use among people who inject drugs.
Mark C Bicket · Ju Nyeong Park · Arissa Torrie · Sean T Allen · Brian W Weir · Susan G Sherman ·Medicine
An emotional and cognitive model of problematic Internet use among college students: The full mediating role of cognitive factors.
Nasrin Faghani · Mehdi Akbari · Jafar Hasani · Claudia Marino ·Psychology Medicine
We identified 20 patients who developed polymorphic VT without precipitating factors.
This paper critically reviews different fractal aggregate theories to develop a new methodology that relates BC PN and mass concentrations (or emissions factors).
Many new researchers have explored various composition factors of EO, and how this will have an effect on firm performance.
However, our knowledge of anthropometric factors and shoulder muscle strength among female players and how these affect throwing velocity is limited.
In summary, the drivers of the significant decrease of greenness coverage and increase of sand/bare land areas were the interaction of complicated disturbances in both anthropogenic and natural factors, in which logging, grazing, wind erosion, and global warming were the key causes.