- •Craving is an important contributing factor in cigarette smoking.
- •Regulation of craving may be an important target of smoking cessation.
- •Here, we show that brief training in craving regulation reduced daily smoking.
- •Treatment of other substance use disorders may benefit from such training.
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
- North American Quitline Consortium
- Babb S.
- Malarcher A.
- Schauer G.
- Asman K.
- Jamal A.
- Diekhof E.K.
- Kaps L.
- Falkai P.
- Gruber O.
- Naqvi N.H.
- Ochsner K.N.
- Kober H.
- Kuerbis A.
- Feng T.
- Wall M.
- Morgenstern J.
2. Study 1
220.127.116.11 Pre-intervention period
18.104.22.168 ROC-T lab session
22.214.171.124 Postintervention and follow-up periods
|Group (N)||Mean age (SD)||Male||Female||Mean Ladder (SD)||Mean|
|Control (11)||27.82 (8.42)||6||5||6.27 (1.68)||4.09 (1.92)||11.68 (6.44)|
|Reappraisal-based ROC-T (11)||24.64 (5.85)||6||5||8.00 (1.48)||5.09 (1.81)||9.59 (4.75)|
|Distraction ROC-T (11)||31.09 (6.44)||4||7||7.09 (2.02)||4.8 2(1.78)||11.64 (7.60)|
3. Study 2
3.1.1 A priori power analysis
|Group (N)||Mean age (SD)||Male||Female||Mean Ladder (SD)||Mean|
|Control (21)||38.00 (10.52)||10||11||7.42 (2.76)||5.34 (2.38)||18.17 (7.77)|
|Reappraisal-based ROC-T (21)||35.14 (9.25)||13||8||8.00 (1.84)||4.90 (2.55)||15.91 (8.05)|
|Distraction ROC-T (18)||39.17 (8.07)||9||9||8.00 (2.20)||5.08 (1.75)||18.53 (7.68)|
- Chen P.-H.A.
- Kelley W.M.
- Lopez R.B.
- Heatherton T.F.
- Roos C.R.
- Kober H.
- Trull T.J.
- MacLean R.R.
- Mun C.J.
- Pelletier L.G.
- Dion S.C.
- Slovinec-D'Angelo M.
CRediT authorship contribution statement
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