Influence of Education on Attitudes Towards Tobacco
The following research study was based on the researchers level of measurements containing the independent and dependent variables to identify if there was a subsequent relationship determining whether there is an influence of the respondents educational status having any effect on the way they perceive attitudes towards tobacco itself. These findings are depicted through the control variable questions provided as well where we also find additional variables identifying the participants the gender/age. This study presented results that did answer our hypothesis in which we initially felt the more education experience one has the more knowledgeable one is and will apply what was learned about tobacco use health wise during their education experience.
Moore, Katie; Salazar, Iris; and Hall, Christopher, "Influence of Education on Attitudes Towards Tobacco" (2021). Undergraduate Presentations. Paper 16.