Early smoking onset may promise initial pleasurable sensations and later addiction
Version of Record online: 4 OCT 2011
© 2011 The Authors, Addiction Biology © 2011 Society for the Study of Addiction
Volume 18, Issue 6, pages 947–954, November 2013
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Buchmann, A. F., Blomeyer, D., Jennen-Steinmetz, C., Schmidt, M. H., Esser, G., Banaschewski, T. and Laucht, M. (2013), Early smoking onset may promise initial pleasurable sensations and later addiction. Addiction Biology, 18: 947–954. doi: 10.1111/j.1369-1600.2011.00377.x
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Table S1 Logistic regression analyses predicting early smoking sensations from the age at first cigarette. The sample refers to participants who initiated smoking until the assessment at age 15 years (N = 166)1.
Table S2 Logistic regression analyses predicting smoking status at age 22 from the age at first cigarette and the experience of pleasurable sensations upon initial tobacco exposure (n = 213) controlling for parental smoking, maternal smoking during pregnancy and adolescent novelty seeking1.
Table S3 Linear regression analyses predicting cigarette consumption and nicotine dependence at age 22 from the age at first cigarette and the experience of pleasurable sensations upon initial tobacco exposure among current smokers (n = 134), controlling for parental smoking, maternal smoking during pregnancy and adolescent novelty seeking1.
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