Smoking cessation among European older adults: the contributions of marital and employment transitions by gender

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Trias-Llimós, Sergi ; Muszyńska, Magdalena M. ; Cámara, Antonio D. ; Janssen, Fanny (2016)
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Journal: European Journal of Ageing, volume 14, issue 2, pages 189-198 (issn: 1613-9372, eissn: 1613-9380)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1007/s10433-016-0401-4, pmc: PMC5435786
  • Subject: Smoking cessation | Original Investigation | Health(social science) | Older adults | Stressful events | SHARE | Europe | Geriatrics and Gerontology

Knowledge about the potential effects of stressful events on smoking cessation is helpful for the design of health interventions. Previous studies on this topic tended to group together adults of all ages and of both genders. We investigate the contribution of marital a... View more
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