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Psychol Rep. 1998 Feb;82(1):143-6.

The course of relapse across 36 months for smokers from a smoking-cessation program.

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University of Santiago de Compostela, Faculty of Psychology, Department of Clinical Psychology, Galicia, Spain. pcelisar@usc.es

Abstract

The aim of this study is to examine relapse of 72 smokers who stopped smoking with a behavioral smoking cessation program and relapse in the period from the end-of-treatment to the 36-mo. follow-up. The relapse occurred fundamentally between the end-of-treatment and the 6- (53.7% relapse) and the 12-mo. follow-up (61.1% relapse), and more slowly beyond 12-mo. follow-ups with 72.2% and 70.4% relapse at the 24- and 36-mo. follow-up.

PMID:
9580318
DOI:
10.2466/pr0.1998.82.1.143
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