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1996
Wang, Min Qi,  Fitzhugh, Eugene C.,  Turner, Lori,  Fu, Quiang,  et al . Association of depressive symptoms and school adolescents' smoking: A cross-lagged analysis. Psychological Reports. 79, (1), 127-130.
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1998
Tomar, Scott L.,  Giovino, Gary A. Incidence and predictors of smokeless tobacco use among US youth. American Journal of Public Health. 88, (1), 20-26.
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1996
Pollay, Richard W.,  Siddarth, S.,  Siegel, Michael,  Haddix, Anne,  Merritt, R.K.,  Giovino, G.A.,  Eriksen, M.P. . The last straw? Cigarette advertising and realized market shares among youths and adults, 1979-1993. Journal of Marketing. 60, (2), 1 -
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1999
Wang, Min Qi,  Fitzhugh, Eugene C.,  Green, Bernard Lee,  Turner, Lori W.,  Eddy, James M.,  Westerfield, R. Carl . Prospective social-psychological factors of adolescent smoking progression. Journal of Adolescent Health. 24, (1), 2-9.
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2001
Wang, Min Qi . Selected lifestyle and risk behaviors associated with adolescents' smoking. Psychological Reports. 88, (1), 75-82.
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2000
Levy, David T.,  Cummings, K. Michael,  Hyland, Andrew . A simulation of the effects of youth initiation policies on overall cigarette use. American Journal of Public Health. 90, (8), 1311-1314.
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1997
Wang, Min Qi,  Fitzhugh, Eugene C.,  Eddy, James M.,  Fu, Quiang,  et al . Social influences on adolescents' smoking progress: A longitudinal analysis. American Journal of Health Behavior. 21, (2), 111-117.
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