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Addict Behav. 1998 Jul-Aug;23(4):567-71.

Developing a brief measure of smoking in the home: description and preliminary evaluation.

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Oregon Research Institute, Eugene 97403-1983, USA. russ@ori.org

Abstract

We describe a self-report measure of household smoking exposure and its relationship to ambient nicotine levels as measured by a passive nicotine monitor. Thirty-nine participants placed a passive nicotine monitor in their home for a 7-day period and completed a retrospective household smoking questionnaire. The composite index from the household smoking questionnaire was strongly correlated with air nicotine concentration (r = .74, p < .01). The household smoking questionnaire appears to be a convenient low-response cost method of assessing indoor smoke exposure.

PMID:
9698987
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