Self-control depletion and nicotine deprivation as precipitants of smoking cessation failure: A human laboratory model.

@article{Heckman2017SelfcontrolDA,
  title={Self-control depletion and nicotine deprivation as precipitants of smoking cessation failure: A human laboratory model.},
  author={Bryan W Heckman and David MacQueen and Nicole S. Marquinez and James MacKillop and Warren K. Bickel and Thomas Henry Brandon},
  journal={Journal of consulting and clinical psychology},
  year={2017},
  volume={85 4},
  pages={
          381-396
        }
}
OBJECTIVE The need to understand potential precipitants of smoking relapse is exemplified by relapse rates as high as 95%. The Self-Control Strength model, which proposes that self-control is dependent upon limited resources and susceptible to fatigue, may offer insight into relapse processes. The current study tested the hypothesis that self-control depletion (SCD), produced from engagement in emotional suppression, would serve as a novel antecedent for cessation failure, as indexed by a… CONTINUE READING
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