Perceived stress, quitting smoking, and smoking relapse.

@article{Cohen1990PerceivedSQ,
  title={Perceived stress, quitting smoking, and smoking relapse.},
  author={Sheldon Cohen and Edward Lichtenstein},
  journal={Health psychology : official journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association},
  year={1990},
  volume={9 4},
  pages={
          466-78
        }
}
Assessed perceptions of stress prior to quitting and at 1, 3, and 6 months following quit date. Self-reported smoking status was augmented by a bogus pipeline procedure at each interview, and abstinence at 6 months was verified by carbon monoxide and saliva cotinine. The analyses provide strong evidence for a relation between changes in stress levels and changes in smoking status. Those who failed to quit smoking for more than 24 hr maintained a relatively high and consistent level of stress… CONTINUE READING

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