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Publication Listing for the MeSH term smoking cessation. Found 15 abstracts

Lepore SJ, Collins BN, Coffman DL, Winickoff JP, Nair US, Moughan B, Bryant-Stephens T, Taylor D, Fleece D, Godfrey M. Kids Safe and Smokefree (KiSS) Multilevel Intervention to Reduce Child Tobacco Smoke Exposure: Long-Term Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial. International journal of environmental research and public health. 2018 Jun 12;15(6).   PMCID: PMC6025102
Vidrine DJ, Arduino RC, Lazev AB, Gritz ER. A randomized trial of a proactive cellular telephone intervention for smokers living with HIV/AIDS. AIDS Care. 2006 Jan;20(2):253-60.
Schnoll RA, Fang CY. The application of SEM to behavioral research in oncology: Past accomplishments and future opportunities. Structural Equation Modeling-a Multidisciplinary Journal. 2004 Jan;11 (4):583-614.
Ershoff DH, Quinn VP, Boyd NR, Stern J, Gregory M, Wirtschafter D. The Kaiser Permanente prenatal smoking-cessation trial - When more isn't better, what is enough?. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 1999 Oct;17(3):161-8.
Boyd NR, Sutton C, Orleans CT, McClatchey MW, Bingler R, Fleisher L, Heller D, Baum S, Graves C, Ward J. Quit today! A targeted communications campaign to increase use of the cancer information service by African American smokers. Prev Med. 1998 Sep;27(5):S50-S60.
Lerman C, Caporaso N, Main D, Audrain J, Boyd NR, Bowman ED, Shields PG. Depression and self-medication with nicotine: The modifying influence of the dopamine D4 receptor gene. Health Psychology. 1998 Jan;17(1):56-62.
Orleans CT, Boyd NR, Bingler R, Sutton C, Fairclough D, Heller D, McClatchey M, Ward J, Graves C, Fleisher L, Baum S. A self-help intervention for African American smokers: Tailoring cancer information service counseling for a special population. Prev Med. 1998 Sep;27(5):S61-S70.
Lerman C, Audrain J, Orleans CT, Boyd R, Gold K, Main D, Caporaso N. Investigation of mechanisms linking depressed mood to nicotine dependence. Addictive behaviors. 1996 Jan;21(1):9-19.
Morgan GD, Noll EL, Orleans CT, Rimer BK, Amfoh K, Bonney G. Reaching midlife and older smokers: Tailored interventions for routine medical care. Prev Med. 1996 May;25(3):346-54.
Kozlowski LT, Porter CQ, Orleans CT, Pope MA, Heatherton T. Predicting Smoking Cessation with Self-Reported Measures of Nicotine Dependence - Ftq, Ftnd, and Hsi. Drug and alcohol dependence. 1994 Feb;34(3):211-6.
Orleans CT, Jepson C, Resch N, Rimer BK. Quitting Motives and Barriers among Older Smokers - the 1986 Adult Use of Tobacco Survey Revisited. Cancer. 1994 Oct;74(7):2055-61.
Orleans CT, Hutchinson D. Tailoring Nicotine Addiction Treatments for Chemical Dependency Patients. Journal of substance abuse treatment. 1993 Mar;10(2):197-208.
Orleans CT, Kristeller JL, Gritz ER. Helping hospitalized smokers quit: New directions for treatment and research. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 1993 Jan;61(5):778-89.
Orleans CT, Ockene JK. Routine hospital-based quit-smoking treatment for the postmyocardial infarction patient: An idea whose time has come. Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 1993 Jan;22(6):1703-5.
Daly M, Seay J, Balshem A, Lerman C, Engstrom P. Feasibility of a Telephone Survey to Recruit Health Maintenance Organization Members into a Tamoxifen Chemoprevention Trial. Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention. 1992 Jul;1(5):413-6.
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MeSH cloud from publications including the MeSH term smoking cessation

smoking cessation intervention cigarette-smoking nicotine addiction population depression quitting barriers lung-cancer fagerstrom tolerance questionnaire women smoking trial united-states health office-based intervention human-papillomavirus infection pregnancy health services accessibility united- hiv quality-of-life cognitive behavior therapy support psychological adjustment maternal smoking cellular phone exposure Hospitalization longitudinal analysis cost benefit analysis clinical research abuse treatment nicotine dependence tobacco interventions Myocardial Infarction personality motives chemical dependency patients states media models quit therapy genetics guidelines heart reinfarction exercise secondhand smoke health promotion structural equation approach major depression heart infarction quit-smoking birth-weight randomized trial blacks clinical trials older adults whites change breast-cancer hairy leukoplakia peptic-ulcer physical-activity adolescent tobacco use risk clonidine cigarettes quitting tobacco use dependence hospital patient older smokers multivariate genetic-analysis tolerance questionnaire low-income major tobacco control fetal smoking-cessation Hospital Administration smokers disease mass- counseling randomized physicians Smoking Cessation behavioral interventions pediatric AIDS help risk-factors negative breast-cancer immunodeficiency-virus-infection stages of association novelty seeking HIV treating precontemplators social support initiation tailored polymorphism smoking cessation treatment African American smokers prenatal care variants strategies pregnant-women
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