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Addictive Behaviors
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Addictive Behaviors - DOI: 10.1016/j.addbeh.2018.11.027
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 ·

Addictive Behaviors - DOI: 10.1016/j.addbeh.2018.12.030
Which sports are more at risk of physical exercise addiction: A systematic review.

Laura Di Lodovico · Ségolène Poulnais · Philip Gorwood ·

Addictive Behaviors - DOI: 10.1016/j.addbeh.2018.09.002
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
Addictive Behaviors - DOI: 10.1016/j.addbeh.2018.11.003
Polytobacco use and risk perceptions among young adults: The potential role of habituation to risk.

Eleanor L S Leavens · Ellen Meier · Emma I Brett · Elise M Stevens · Alayna P Tackett · Andrea C Villanti · Theodore L Wagener ·

Addictive Behaviors - DOI: 10.1016/j.addbeh.2018.08.037
Health risk perceptions and reasons for use of tobacco products among clients in addictions treatment.

Barbara K Campbell · Thao Le · Noah R Gubner · Joseph Guydish ·


These results suggest that while education may play a lesser role for chronic conditions for the incarcerated, it can still important for avoiding risky health behaviors.

Education and Health Conditions Among the Currently Incarcerated and the Non-incarcerated Populations [10.1007/S11113-018-9496-Y]

We also find that the negative association between CSR and IA decreases for firms with a high level of equity risk.

Does corporate social responsibility reduce information asymmetry? Empirical evidence from Australia [10.1177/0312896218797163]

007), suggesting that jointed CTCs and cfDNA might help discriminate a low-risk population which might benefit from continuing ICIs beyond progression.

Prognostic Relevance of Circulating Tumor Cells and Circulating Cell-Free DNA Association in Metastatic Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Treated with Nivolumab [10.3390/jcm8071011]

Therefore, future research is warranted on the topic, particularly as it relates to how individuals perceive parenting styles, the degree of subsequent risk-taking behaviors, and how these may differ on larger campuses.

Effects of perceived parenting styles and mental health on drinking behaviors [10.1080/14659891.2019.1657512]

The problem behaviors exhibited by left-behind children occur within multiple contexts, and are influenced by cumulative risk, including family, peer, and school characteristics; however, little is known about the mediating and moderating mechanisms underlying the relationship between such problem behaviors and cumulative risk.

Cumulative risk and problem behaviors among Chinese left-behind children: A moderated mediation model [10.1177/0143034319835255]

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