Coping, Affection, and Tobacco in Adolescence

59486278_1227045220792302_5597200942060535808_oThe Journal of Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychology has published in its latest issue an interesting study that points out the importance of coping strategies in adolescence for the prevention of tobacco consumption. The study, with a sample of almost 200 teenagers, highlights the importance of interventions that involve positive affectivity and the implementation, by young people, of productive coping strategies in the face of the difficulties they had to face. To learn more about the study, click here.

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