The Effects of Progressive Cigarette Smoke Dilution Upon Smoking Pattern and Stress Responses in Humans
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy
Dr. Paul T. Mountjoy
Dr. Frederick P. Gault
Dr. Howard E. Farris
Dr. C. Dennis Simpson
Nine chronic cigarette smokers were exposed to one of three schedules of cigarette smoke dilution. The rate of smoke dilution was held constant, but the time interval for achieving maximum dilution varied from one, two and four weeks.
Keenan, David M., "The Effects of Progressive Cigarette Smoke Dilution Upon Smoking Pattern and Stress Responses in Humans" (1980). Dissertations. 2633.
Fifth Advisor: Dr. David O. Lyon