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Hazard probabilities of progression to daily smoking.
Predicted probability of smoking progression according to family management and parents' smoking status for youths who had smoking peers and were in the highest 25% of the antisocial behavior distribution.
Correlations Among Independent Variables in Grades 7 to 11
Low income status was measured at grade 7, while time-varying individual and social influence predictors were measured in grades 7 through 11.
Sociodemographic, Individual, and Social Influences on Progression to Daily Smoking in Grades 8 Through 12, in Complementary Logarithmic-Logarithmic Models
Control variables were measured in grade 7, whereas time-varying individual and social influence predictors were measured in grades 7 through 11.
↵a P < .05 or better.
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