Psychologists for addiction - Cognitive

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Cognitive - Gambling - Initiation - Gelkopf et al
Proposes that individuals intentionally use differenet forms of pathological behaviour to treat the psychological symptoms from which they suffer
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Cognitive - Gambling - Maintenance - Oei and Gordon
Cognitive distortions or irrational beliefs play a role in the maintenance of pathological gambling
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Cognitive - Gambling - Relapse - Blanco et al
Pathological gamblers often suffer from a 'recall bias', i.e. the tendency to remember and overestimate wins while forgetting about and underestimating losses
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Cognitive - Smoking - Initiation - Kassel et al
Adolescent smokers commonly report smoking when they are experiencing negative moods and expect that smoking will decrease the intensity of their negative mood
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Cognitive - Smoking - Maintenance - Tate et al
Told smokers that they should expect no negative experiences during a period of abstinence. This led to fewer reported somatic effects and psychological effect than a control group who were not primed
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Cognitive - Smoking - Relapse - Backbier
Smokers perceptions of the pros and cons of smoking and of quitting affect their quitting behaviour
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Cognitive distortions or irrational beliefs play a role in the maintenance of pathological gambling

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Pathological gamblers often suffer from a 'recall bias', i.e. the tendency to remember and overestimate wins while forgetting about and underestimating losses

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Adolescent smokers commonly report smoking when they are experiencing negative moods and expect that smoking will decrease the intensity of their negative mood

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Told smokers that they should expect no negative experiences during a period of abstinence. This led to fewer reported somatic effects and psychological effect than a control group who were not primed

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