Emerging Issues Briefs

Do You Smoke? Stigma, Shame and Blame

as Unintended Consequences of Tobacco Control Jamie S. Ostroff, PhD; Jamie L. Studts, PhD & the Cancer Special Interest Group (SIG) Behavioral medicine has played a seminal role in the development of multi-level behavior change interventions designed to reduce cancer risk. Most notably, comprehensive, multi-pronged population-level, tobacco control interventions have greatly reduced the appeal and…

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