4009.0: Tuesday, November 14, 2000: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM

Psychosocial and Behavioral Factors in Tobacco Poster Session

See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement.
Learning Objectives: Refer to the individual abstracts for learning objectives
Board 1Affecting the family norm: Parenting as an intervention to youth tobacco use
Reba P. Griffith, MPH, Susan Lockhart, PhD, Jeffrey W. McKenna, MS, Peter K. Mitchell, Holly A. Massett, PhD
Board 2Children's body image concern and smoking initiation: A prospective study
Lisa Henriksen, PhD, Christine Jackson, PhD
Board 3Cigarette smoking, gender, and depressed mood among adolescent primary care patients
Michael R. Polen, MA, Jack F. Hollis, PhD, Edward Lichtenstein, PhD
Board 4Examining the decision to smoke: Self-efficacy and smoking initiation in pre-adolescents
Michael Voloudakis, MA
Board 5Hostile behavior of smokers: Another bad health habit or a feature of nicotine-related disorders?
Julia A. Lee, PhD, Akiko Ando, MPH, Robert H. Friis, PhD, William Feigelman, PhD
Board 6Measuring young children's attitudes toward tobacco and alcohol
Amy M. Bernhardt, MEd, Madeline A. Dalton, PhD, James D. Sargent, MD
Board 7Multigenerational effects of maternal smoking during pregnancy
Kate E. Pickett, PhD, Lauren S. Wakschlag, PhD, Rolf Loeber, PhD, Magda Stouthamer-Loeber, PhD, Benjamin B. Lahey, PhD, Bennett L. Leventhal, MD
Board 8Perceptions of Appalachian women in seven states on tobacco prevention and family health
Michael G. Meyer, Mary A. Toborg, MPA
Board 9Risk of the initiation of cigarette smoking: Developmental patterns and predictors from individual, family, peer, school, and neighborhood domains
Jie Guo, PhD, Karl G. Hill, PhD, J. David Hawkins, PhD
Board 10Social Environmental Influences on Adolescents Smoking Acquisition: A Longitudinal Analysis and Cross-sectional Analysis
Sponsor:Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs

The 128th Annual Meeting of APHA