Cognitive Model of Smoking

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1. Describe Kassel et al.

  • Those told there would be no negative withdrawal symptoms, experienced less negative effects than those who weren't
  • Adolescents smoke when they have a bad mood
  • nicotine patches and CBT improve cessation rates and reduce relapse rates
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2. Lopez et al.

  • Men and women have different smoking patterns
  • Men and women have different smoking patterns
  • nicotine patches and CBT improve cessation rates and reduce relapse rates
  • Most smoking studies didn't have female participants

3. Devires and Backbier found that?

  • Perception of costs and benefits about abstinence of smoking affect ability to relapse
  • nicotine patches and CBT improve cessation rates and reduce relapse rates
  • Those told there would be no negative withdrawal symptoms, experienced less negative effects than those who weren't
  • Most smoking studies didn't have female participants

4. Who said that unconscious expectancies caused by autonomic processing leads to a loss of control maintaining a smoking addiction?

  • Hurt et al.
  • Brandon et al.
  • Brandon and Baker
  • Kassel et al.

5. Describe Tate et al.

  • Adolescents smoke when they have a bad mood
  • Those told there would be no negative withdrawal symptoms, experienced less negative effects than those who weren't
  • nicotine patches and CBT improve cessation rates and reduce relapse rates

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