To quit scores

to make even; to clear mutually from demands.
to settle or balance accounts; to render an equivalent; to make compensation.
- Smart.

See also: Quit, Score

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Subjects with a partner who did not smoke had higher readiness to quit scores (M=3.84, SD= 1.42) than subjects who lived with a smoker (M= 2.57, 5D=1.36) (t(59)=3.580; p=0.001).
Further analyses showed that people with two or more children as well as those with no children had significantly higher intention to quit scores than those with one child.