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The Influence of Social Network Characteristics on Peer Clustering in Smoking: A Two-Wave Panel Study of 19- and 23-Year-Old Swedes

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Gender-specific interactions between social network characteristics and ego-alter relationship in smoking by age: Predicted probabilities based on contrasts of average marginal effects with 95% confidence intervals.

Coefficient lines show the discrete change of egos’ smoking probability when alters smoke relative to their probability when alters are nonsmokers (reference y = 0). All network covariates were implemented as continuous variables.

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