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Speaking of psychology - smoking

It?s been 50 years since the U.S. surgeon general?s report on smoking and health spurred one of the largest public health behavior changes success stories of the 20th century. Before and since this groundbreaking report?s release, psychology has been at the forefront of smoking cessation efforts. In a new discussion, a researcher speaks on gender differences and smoking. She discusses why women have a harder time kicking the habit and what science can do to help them quit.
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