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Maintaining abstinence from smoking after a period of enforced abstinence: considerations of non-compliance and the significance of reduced smoking [Psychological Medicine, 2018, 48, 669–678]

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Author for correspondence: E. Woodward, E-mail: eleanor.woodward@health.nsw.gov.au

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