Paul F. Lazarsfeld

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Paul F. Lazarsfeld (Philip Morris Scientist): Studied why smokers smoke. wiki


Specialist in public opinion analysis and measurement. Lazardfeld contributed "The Social Sciences and the Smoking Problem" to the book, "Smoking Behavior: Motives and Incentives" (William L. Dunn Jr. of the Philip Morris Research Center, editor; VH Winston & Sons, 1973.) Other participants included Hans J. Eysenck, Murray E. Jarvik, and Hans Selye. Paul F. Lazarsfeld is a Philip Morris, Inc. scientist. He has knowledge of Philip Morris, Inc.’s studies into why smokers smoke.

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