Both smoking reduction with nicotine replacement therapy and motivational advice increase future cessation among smokers unmotivated to quit.

@article{Carpenter2004BothSR,
  title={Both smoking reduction with nicotine replacement therapy and motivational advice increase future cessation among smokers unmotivated to quit.},
  author={Matthew J. Carpenter and J. R. Hughes and Laura J. Solomon and Peter W. Callas},
  journal={Journal of consulting and clinical psychology},
  year={2004},
  volume={72 3},
  pages={371-81}
}
Smokers not currently interested in quitting (N = 616) were randomized to receive telephone-based (a) reduction counseling plus nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) plus brief advice to quit, (b) motivational advice plus brief advice, or (c) no treatment. More smokers in the reduction (43%) and motivational (51%) conditions made a 24-hr quit attempt over 6 months than smokers in the no-treatment condition (16%; p < or = .01), but the 2 active conditions did not differ (p > or = .05). Similarly… CONTINUE READING
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