Predictors of quitting and dropout among women in a clinic-based smoking cessation program.

@article{Borrelli2002PredictorsOQ,
  title={Predictors of quitting and dropout among women in a clinic-based smoking cessation program.},
  author={Belinda Borrelli and Joseph W. Hogan and Beth Bock and Bernardine M. Pinto and Mary K Roberts and Bess H. Marcus},
  journal={Psychology of addictive behaviors : journal of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors},
  year={2002},
  volume={16 1},
  pages={22-7}
}
Most cessation studies assume that dropouts are smokers. Instead, the authors analyzed these outcomes separately using multinomial regression to model the relative risk of quitting versus continued smoking and dropping out. Female (N = 281) smokers were randomly assigned to a 12-week smoking cessation program plus either a 3-times-per-week exercise program or a contact control wellness program. Higher body mass index and longer prior quit attempts predicted cessation. Self-efficacy was… CONTINUE READING

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