The Difference in Smoking Motives, Habits and Attentional Bias in Nicotine Dependent and NonDependent Smokers

James Bartlett, Rebecca Jenks, Nigel Wilson, Miguel Farias

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Abstract

Around a third of smokers can be characterised as nondependent on nicotine as they smoke a small number of cigarettes (Tindle and Shiffman 2011). Despite a lack of withdrawal symptoms when compared to dependent smokers, both groups show similar smoking cessation failure rates when attempting to quit (Tindle and Shiffman 2011). To improve the success of smoking cessation attempts it is important to consider what factors maintain smoking behaviour in different sub-groups of smokers
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2015
EventBritish Psychological Society Psychobiology Section Annual Conference - Low Wood Bay Hotel, Windemere, United Kingdom
Duration: 2 Sep 20154 Sep 2015

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ConferenceBritish Psychological Society Psychobiology Section Annual Conference
CountryUnited Kingdom
City Windemere
Period2/09/154/09/15

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Smoking Cessation
Nicotine
Habits
Smoking
Smoke
Attentional Bias

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Bartlett, J., Jenks, R., Wilson, N., & Farias, M. (2015). The Difference in Smoking Motives, Habits and Attentional Bias in Nicotine Dependent and NonDependent Smokers. Poster session presented at British Psychological Society Psychobiology Section Annual Conference, Windemere, United Kingdom.

The Difference in Smoking Motives, Habits and Attentional Bias in Nicotine Dependent and NonDependent Smokers. / Bartlett, James; Jenks, Rebecca; Wilson, Nigel; Farias, Miguel.

2015. Poster session presented at British Psychological Society Psychobiology Section Annual Conference, Windemere, United Kingdom.

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Bartlett, J, Jenks, R, Wilson, N & Farias, M 2015, 'The Difference in Smoking Motives, Habits and Attentional Bias in Nicotine Dependent and NonDependent Smokers' British Psychological Society Psychobiology Section Annual Conference, Windemere, United Kingdom, 2/09/15 - 4/09/15, .
Bartlett J, Jenks R, Wilson N, Farias M. The Difference in Smoking Motives, Habits and Attentional Bias in Nicotine Dependent and NonDependent Smokers. 2015. Poster session presented at British Psychological Society Psychobiology Section Annual Conference, Windemere, United Kingdom.
Bartlett, James ; Jenks, Rebecca ; Wilson, Nigel ; Farias, Miguel. / The Difference in Smoking Motives, Habits and Attentional Bias in Nicotine Dependent and NonDependent Smokers. Poster session presented at British Psychological Society Psychobiology Section Annual Conference, Windemere, United Kingdom.
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