Anhedonia, depressed mood, and smoking cessation outcome.

  title={Anhedonia, depressed mood, and smoking cessation outcome.},
  author={Adam M. Leventhal and Megan E. Piper and Sandra J Japuntich and Timothy B. Baker and Jessica W Cook},
  journal={Journal of consulting and clinical psychology},
  volume={82 1},
OBJECTIVE Although the relation between lifetime depression and smoking cessation outcome has been well studied, the proposition that different symptomatic expressions of depression exert disparate predictive effects on risk of smoking cessation failure has largely gone uninvestigated. This study analyzed the individual contributions of depression's 2 hallmark affective symptoms, anhedonia (i.e., diminished interest in normally enjoyable activities) and depressed mood (i.e., elevated sadness… CONTINUE READING


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