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Other Youth and Young Adult Research

Articles

Therapy for specific problems: youth tobacco cessation
Curry SJ, Mermelstein RJ, Sporer AK.
Annu Rev Psychol. 2009;60:229-255.
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Use of tobacco cessation treatments among young adult smokers: 2005 National Health Interview Survey
Curry SJ, Sporer AK, Pugach O, Campbell RT, Emery SL.
Am J Public Health. 2007;97(8):1464-1469.

Presentations

Use of evidence-based cessation treatments among young adult smokers in the U.S.
Curry SJ, Sporer AK, Pugach O, Campbell RB, Emery SL.
Paper presented in partnership with the Youth Tobacco Cessation Collaborative at the National Conference on Tobacco or Health; October 24-26, 2007; Minneapolis, MN.

Internet recruitment for cessation research and treatment: a viable strategy for young adult smokers
Sporer AK, Curry SJ, Emery SL, Mermelstein RJ.
Poster presented at the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco Europe 9th Annual Conference; October 3-6, 2007; Madrid, Spain.

Understanding demand for smoking cessation treatment among young adults in the U.S.
Curry SJ, Sporer AK, Barker DC, Emery SL, Balch GI.
Paper presented at the  Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco Europe 9th Annual Conference; October 3-6, 2007; Madrid, Spain.

Use of evidence-based cessation treatments among young adult smokers in the United States
Curry SJ, Emery SL, Sporer AK, Pugach O, Campbell RT.
Poster presented at the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco 13th Annual Meeting; February 21-23, 2007; Austin, Tex.

Special Journal Issue

American Journal of Health Behavior, special issue on youth tobacco cessation
Volume 27, Supplement 2, 2003
Guest Editor: Susan J. Curry, PhD, HYSQ Program Director


 

 

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