David W. Wetter spends much of his time researching Smoking cessation, Abstinence, Psychiatry, Nicotine and Developmental psychology. His studies in Smoking cessation integrate themes in fields like Placebo, Internal medicine, Randomized controlled trial and Physical therapy. In his study, Health equity, Ethnic origin, Confidence interval, Cancer prevention and Transtheoretical model is inextricably linked to Marital status, which falls within the broad field of Abstinence.
In his research on the topic of Psychiatry, Affect is strongly related with Clinical psychology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Nicotine patch, Social psychology, Psychometrics and Audiology. His Developmental psychology research integrates issues from Psychological intervention, Attribution and Addiction.
His primary areas of investigation include Smoking cessation, Clinical psychology, Abstinence, Psychiatry and Demography. He combines subjects such as Psychological intervention, Environmental health, Randomized controlled trial, Socioeconomic status and Craving with his study of Smoking cessation. David W. Wetter focuses mostly in the field of Clinical psychology, narrowing it down to matters related to Affect and, in some cases, Developmental psychology.
His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Internal medicine and Abstinence. His research integrates issues of Odds ratio, Logistic regression, Gerontology, Cohort study and Addiction in his study of Demography. His studies deal with areas such as Nicotine patch and Placebo as well as Nicotine.
Smoking cessation, Intervention, Socioeconomic status, Abstinence and Family medicine are his primary areas of study. David W. Wetter applies his multidisciplinary studies on Smoking cessation and Context in his research. His Intervention study incorporates themes from Stressor and Electronic health record.
His Socioeconomic status study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Structural equation modeling, Demography, Cause of death and Health promotion. His Abstinence research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of PsycINFO, Mexican americans and Clinical psychology. His Psychological intervention research focuses on subjects like Randomized controlled trial, which are linked to Nicotine.
David W. Wetter focuses on Smoking cessation, Socioeconomic status, Abstinence, Family medicine and Quitline. His study in the field of Quit smoking also crosses realms of Social environment. His work deals with themes such as Health insurance, Mexican americans, Cause of death and Environmental health, which intersect with Socioeconomic status.
His Abstinence research incorporates themes from Evidence-based practice, Health care, Safety net and Referral. His Family medicine study incorporates themes from Psychological intervention, Secondary data and Randomized controlled trial. His Randomized controlled trial research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social support, Physical therapy and Nicotine.
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Smoking as a risk factor for sleep-disordered breathing.
David W. Wetter;Terry B. Young;Thomas R. Bidwell;M. Safwan Badr.
JAMA Internal Medicine (1994)
Predicting Smoking Cessation: Who Will Quit With and Without the Nicotine Patch
Susan L. Kenford;Michael C. Fiore;Douglas E. Jorenby;Stevens S. Smith.
Gender differences in smoking cessation.
David W. Wetter;Susan L. Kenford;Stevens S. Smith;Michael C. Fiore.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1999)
THE AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE POLICY AND RESEARCH SMOKING CESSATION CLINICAL PRACTICE GUIDELINE
Michael C. Fiore;David W. Wetter;William C. Bailey;Glen Bennett.
Theory as Mediating Variables: Why Aren't Community Interventions Working as Desired?
Tom Baranowski;Lillian S. Lin;David W. Wetter;Ken Resnicow.
Annals of Epidemiology (1997)
Development and validation of the Wisconsin Smoking Withdrawal Scale.
Samuel K. Welsch;Stevens S. Smith;David W. Wetter;Douglas E. Jorenby.
Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology (1999)
Predicting relapse back to smoking: contrasting affective and physical models of dependence.
Susan L. Kenford;Stevens S. Smith;David W. Wetter;Douglas E. Jorenby.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2002)
The relation between cigarette smoking and sleep disturbance.
D.W. Wetter;T.B. Young.
Preventive Medicine (1994)
Prevalence and predictors of transitions in smoking behavior among college students.
David W. Wetter;Susan L. Kenford;Samuel K. Welsch;Stevens S. Smith.
Health Psychology (2004)
Smoking outcome expectancies: factor structure, predictive validity, and discriminant validity.
David W. Wetter;Stevens S. Smith;Susan L. Kenford;Douglas E. Jorenby.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology (1994)
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