Educational differences in the intention to stop smoking: explanations based on the Theory of Planned Behaviour.
- Published Article
European journal of public health
- Publication Date
Jun 01, 2004
It is anticipated that, from all components of the Theory of Planned Behaviour, only the direct effect of self-efficacy on behaviour may contribute to educational differences in smoking cessation.
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