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Assessment of the Extended Theory of Planned Behavior for Nicotine Dependence Prediction: An Application of Path Analysis
Iranian Red Crescent Medical Journal
Given the importance of water-pipe smoking cessation in health improvement, further studies are required to identify the predictors of this behavior. Objectives: This study aimed to examine both one-way direct and indirect effects of the constructs of the extended theory of planned behavior (TPB) on nicotine dependence among women residing in Bushehr, situated in Southwest of Iran. Methods: This cross sectional study was performed in Bushehr province in Southwest of Iran. In this study, 430doi:10.5812/ircmj.55661 fatcat:im2jyimb25gxfloiyjfzgc4c5y