Who Benefits from training in self-Compassionate self-regulation? a study of smoking reduCtion

@inproceedings{Kelly2010WhoBF,
  title={Who Benefits from training in self-Compassionate self-regulation? a study of smoking reduCtion},
  author={Allison C Kelly and David C. Zuroff and Clare L. Foa and Paul Gilbert},
  year={2010}
}
  • Allison C Kelly, David C. Zuroff, +1 author Paul Gilbert
  • Published 2010
  • Psychology
  • Self-compassion has been found to promote well-being but research has yet to examine whether training in self-compassion improves self-regulation (Gilbert, 2005, 2009; Neff, 2003). The present study sought to examine the impact and moderators of a self-compassion intervention on the self-regulation of cigarette smoking. One hundred and twenty-six smokers seeking to quit were randomly assigned to one of four interventions, of which one involved engaging in selfcompassionate imagery and self-talk… CONTINUE READING

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