Randomized trial comparing mindfulness training for smokers to a matched control.

  title={Randomized trial comparing mindfulness training for smokers to a matched control.},
  author={James Muse Davis and Alison R Manley and Simon B Goldberg and Stevens S. Smith and Douglas E. Jorenby},
  journal={Journal of substance abuse treatment},
  volume={47 3},
Smoking continues to take an enormous toll on society, and although most smokers would like to quit, most are unsuccessful using existing therapies. These findings call on researchers to develop and test therapies that provide higher rates of long-term smoking abstinence. We report results of a randomized controlled trial comparing a novel smoking cessation treatment using mindfulness training to a matched control based on the American Lung Association's Freedom From Smoking program. Data were… CONTINUE READING
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