Keira Flett

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OBJECTIVES This study was designed to investigate women's experiences of engaging in an age-appearance anti-smoking intervention. METHODS Ten 18- to 34-year-old women gave accounts of their experiences after engaging in an age-appearance facial morphing anti-smoking intervention in interviews (n= 7) and a focus group (n= 3), and 37 women gave their(More)
OBJECTIVES To investigate whether exposure to a smoking-related facial age-progression technique impacts on quit smoking cognitions, nicotine dependence, and self-reported and objectively assessed smoking in young women in a randomized controlled trial. METHODS eighteen- to 34-year-old women smokers (n = 70) were allocated at random to either an(More)
BACKGROUND In cross-sectional surveys, increasing numbers of adolescents report using both electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) and cigarettes. This study assessed whether adolescent e-cigarette use was associated prospectively with initiation or escalation of cigarette use. METHODS Data were from 2836 adolescents (aged 13-14 years at baseline) in 20(More)
This study investigated 30 male smokers' experiences of an appearance-focused, facial-ageing intervention. Individual interviews ( n = 21) and three focus groups ( n = 9) were conducted. Transcripts were analysed using thematic analysis. Male smokers explained that viewing the impacts of smoking on their own faces was the most effective part of the(More)
BACKGROUND The current literature suggests that forming implementation intentions (simple 'if-then' plans) about how to refuse the offer of a cigarette may be an effective intervention to reduce smoking initiation in adolescents. This study is a pragmatic trial to test the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of such an intervention in reducing smoking(More)
OBJECTIVE A systematic review was conducted in order to identify physical appearance interventions related to smoking cessation and to evaluate their effectiveness in order to inform smoking cessation practice. METHODS Articles were only included if they focused on an appearance intervention related to changing smoking attitudes, intentions or behaviour.(More)
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