Progression from a smoking lapse to relapse: prediction from abstinence violation effects, nicotine dependence, and lapse characteristics.

@article{Shiffman1996ProgressionFA,
  title={Progression from a smoking lapse to relapse: prediction from abstinence violation effects, nicotine dependence, and lapse characteristics.},
  author={Saul Shiffman and Mary Hickcox and Jean A. Paty and Maryann Gnys and Jon D. Kassel and Thomas J. Richards},
  journal={Journal of consulting and clinical psychology},
  year={1996},
  volume={64 5},
  pages={
          993-1002
        }
}
Determinants of progression from an initial smoking lapse to relapse, using prospective data from 133 participants were examined. Participants used palm-top computers to record their first lapse, and their reaction to it, within minutes of the event, and were followed for 3 months to assess subsequent smoking. Indicators of the Abstinence Violation Effect--self-efficacy, attributions, and affective reactions to the lapse--generally failed to predict progression to relapse, but participants who… CONTINUE READING

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