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Measurement in the Analysis and Treatment of Smoking Behavior

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 48 [Printed in 1983]

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William Pollin

Marvin Snyder and Joseph Cullen

Overview of Smoking Research Issues-----1
Catherine S. Bell and John Grabowski

The Use of Biologic Fluid Samples in Assessing Tobacco Smoke Consumption-----6
Neal L. Benowitz

Measurement Issues in Cigarette Smoking Research: Basic Behavioral and Physiological Effects and Patterns of Nicotine Self-Administration-----27
Jack E. Henningfield

Analysis of Reinforcement by Varying Smoke Component Concentrations-----39
Jed E. Rose

Physical Indicators of Actual Tar and Nicotine Yields of Cigarettes-----50
Lynn T. Kozlowski

Measurement of Some Topographical Aspects of Smoking in the Natural Environment-----62
Roy W. Pickens, Steven W. Gust, Philip M. Catchings, and Dace S. Svikis

Data Collection and Questionnaire Design: Smoking Cessation in Adults-----74
Harry A. Lando

Evaluation of Smoking Risk: Some Minimum Standards-----90
Lee W. Frederiksen

Survey and Evaluation Methods: Smoking Prevention Among Children and Adolescents-----96
Steven Paul Schinke and Lewayne D. Gilchrist

Issues in the Measurement of Smoking: Summary and Discussion-----105
Edward Lichtenstein, John Grabowski, and Catherine S. Bell.

Conference Participants-----113

List of Monographs-----116

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