The indirect effect of panic disorder on smoking cognitions via difficulties in emotion regulation.

Abstract

Panic disorder (PD) and cigarette smoking are highly comorbid and associated with worse panic and smoking outcomes. Smoking may become an overlearned automatized response to relieve panic-like withdrawal distress, leading to corresponding smoking cognitions, which contribute to its reinforcing properties and difficultly abstaining. Difficulties in emotion… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.addbeh.2017.03.021

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@article{Yang2017TheIE, title={The indirect effect of panic disorder on smoking cognitions via difficulties in emotion regulation.}, author={Min-Jeong Yang and Michael J Zvolensky and Teresa M. Leyro}, journal={Addictive behaviors}, year={2017}, volume={72}, pages={126-132} }