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The main purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of well-designed theory-oriented smoking cessation program for junior college students by applying transtheoretical model (TTM). A quasi-experimental design was employed in the study. The subjects were consisted of 79 smoking college students. The interventions for experimental group included 6-week structured courses, individual anti-smoking counseling and personalized anti-smoking handbook, on the other hand, the control group did not received any intervention. The main findings in this study were as follows: (1)The program could significantly decrease the experimental students’ cigarettes per day、the scores of Fagerstrom test for nicotine dependence and the level of carbon monoxide (CO). (2)There was a significant impact in moving the smoking cessation stages forward for the experimental students. (3)There was a significant increase in the score of process of change in smoking cessation for subjects in the experimental group. (4)There was a significant increase in the scores of pros regarding smoking cessation for subjects in the experimental group compared to those in the control group, but not for cons. Overall, except to the scores of decisional balance for cons, other dependent variables showed significant impacts.
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