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Understanding the link between contingency management and smoking cessation: The roles of sex and self-efficacy.

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Summary of "Understanding the link between contingency management and smoking cessation: The roles of sex and self-efficacy."

Little is known about the mechanisms linking contingency management (CM) treatment with smoking cessation, and recent research suggests that the CM approach is associated with better smoking cessation outcomes among females than males. The current study investigated self-efficacy as a potential mechanism through which CM treatment influences smoking cessation, and explored whether these relationships differed by sex.

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Name: Addictive behaviors
ISSN: 1873-6327
Pages: 99-105

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