SOCIAL DISCOUNTING AND CIGARETTE SMOKING DURING PREGNANCY.

@article{Bradstreet2012SOCIALDA,
  title={SOCIAL DISCOUNTING AND CIGARETTE SMOKING DURING PREGNANCY.},
  author={Matthew P. Bradstreet and Stephen T. Higgins and Sarah H. Heil and Gary J. Badger and Joan M. Skelly and Mary Ellen Lynch and Molly C Trayah},
  journal={Journal of behavioral decision making},
  year={2012},
  volume={25 5},
  pages={
          502-511
        }
}
In this study we examined the association between social discounting and smoking status in a cohort of pregnant cigarette smokers (n=91), quitters (n=27), or never-smokers (n=30). The smokers and quitters were participants in clinical trials on smoking cessation and relapse prevention, while the never-smokers were controls in a study on nicotine withdrawal during pregnancy. Social discounting was assessed using a paper and pencil task that assesses the amount of hypothetical money a person is… CONTINUE READING
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