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Nicotine-dependence symptoms are associated with smoking frequency in adolescents.
Smoking trajectories of adolescent novice smokers in a longitudinal study of tobacco use.
Tobacco chippers report diminished autonomy over smoking.
The effect of abstinence on cigarette consumption upon the resumption of smoking.
Symptoms of tobacco dependence after brief intermittent use: the Development and Assessment of Nicotine Dependence in Youth-2 study.
Diminished autonomy over tobacco can appear with the first cigarettes.
The loss of autonomy over smoking in relation to lifetime cigarette consumption.
The Autonomy Over Smoking Scale.
The assessment of tobacco dependence in young users of smokeless tobacco.
Does progression through the stages of physical addiction indicate increasing overall addiction to tobacco?
A sensitization-homeostasis model of nicotine craving, withdrawal, and tolerance: integrating the clinical and basic science literature.
Time to re-examine old definitions of nicotine dependence.
A systematic review of the International Classification of Diseases criteria for the diagnosis of tobacco dependence.
Who are you going to believe? Adolescents and nicotine addiction.
Responses to environmental smoking in never-smoking children: can symptoms of nicotine addiction develop in response to environmental tobacco smoke exposure?
Ethnicity and socioeconomic status as risk factors for rapid onset of tobacco addiction.
A 2015 Update on The Natural History and Diagnosis of Nicotine Addiction.
Correlates of nicotine dependence among adolescent waterpipe smokers.
Can tobacco dependence provide insights into other drug addictions?
Predictors of nicotine dependence among adolescent waterpipe and cigarette smokers: A 6-year longitudinal analysis.