Inspiring Minds seeks to broaden awareness and impact of graduate student research, while enhancing transferable skills. Students were challenged to describe their research, scholarship or creative activity in 150 or fewer words to share with our community.
- Affective intention and behaviour related to reduction in vaping behaviour directly following intervention and after the six-week follow-up;
- Whether perceived vulnerability or perceived severity are associated with a reduction in intentions to vape and overall vaping use among the intervention group.
Results will corroborate regular e-cigarette users (at least three times a month) affected responses to a single-site health information video, highlighting the threats associated with e-cigarettes on psychological variables and vaping behaviour.
MA candidate, Kinesiology
Faculty of Health Sciences - Western University
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View Babac's work as it appears in the Inspiring Minds Digital Collection: https://ir.lib.uwo.ca/inspiringminds/226/