The role of negative affect in risk for early lapse among low distress tolerance smokers.

  title={The role of negative affect in risk for early lapse among low distress tolerance smokers.},
  author={Ana M Abrantes and David R. Strong and Carl W. Lejuez and Christopher W Kahler and Linda L Carpenter and Lawrence H. Price and Raymond Niaura and Richard A. Brown},
  journal={Addictive behaviors},
  volume={33 11},
Individual differences in the ability to tolerate negative affect due to psychological and/or physical discomfort (e.g., distress tolerance) are emerging as an important predictor of smoking cessation outcomes. The purpose of this study was to build on existing evidence by exploring the relationship between levels of distress tolerance (DT) and negative affect on quit date in relation to risk for early lapse. Eighty-one smokers (48% female; M age=42.6 years) who completed laboratory-based… CONTINUE READING

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