Vulnerability Factors

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Bandura
Social Learning theory
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Eiser et al
Non smokers befriend non smokers and Smokers befreind Smokers
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Michell
Adolescence encouraged to smoke because of stereotypes they had in specific social crowds (in groups and out groups)
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Brown et al
Peers and romantic relationships in adolescence put on presure to smoke
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Shram et al
Nictotine found to have greater effect on the neural structures of the brain in adolescence
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Health Canada Smoking Survey
Smokers intiated between ages f 12-15 were likely to drink alcohol, binge drink or smoe cannabis
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Hajack et al
smokers say they smoke to relieve stress but smoking actually increases stress
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Driesson et al
50% of drug addicts and 15% of alcoholics also suffer from post traumatic stress Disorder
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Clongier
Individual differences in alcoholism, 1) drinking to relieve tension 2) drinking to relieve boredom
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Eyesenck
Introvert/extrovert, Neurotic/ emotional, psychoticism
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Belin et al
the impulsive group became addicted whilst the sensation seekers did not
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Weintraub et al
high levels of dopamine lead to impulsivity and may cause addiction
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Buckholtz et al
addiction may be more rewarding for some people with certain personality types
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Waylen et al
teens that watched films involving smoking weremore likely to smoke even when other influences were controlled for
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Bennet et al
TV intervention in addiction showed improvement in user knowledge but not a change in drinking attitudes
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Kramer et al
Intervention group were more successful than contol group and maintain at a 3 month level.
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Hornick et al
american campaign researched into and found it was unsuccessful and may have led to unfavourable effects
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