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Original Article

Changes in psychological factors following nine months of abstinence after attending a smoking cessation clinic

Haruko Taniguchia,b,c  Chiharu Yoshiid  Takeshi Isomurac  Masato Kanoe  Yoshiko Adachif  Shinichiro Hayashia  Hiroyuki Kobag 

aSmoking Cessation Clinic, Respiratory Disease Center, Medical Corporation Kouhoukai Takagi Hospital
bSmoking Cessation Clinic, Teine Keijinkai Clinic
cReset Behavior Research Group
dDepartment of Respiratory Medicine, Wakamatsu Hospital of the University of Occupational and Environmental Health
eDepartment of Internal Medicine, Shinnakagawa Hospital
fInstitute of Behavioral Health
gDepartment of Respiratory Medicine, Teine Keijinkai Hospital

ABSTRACT

The aim of this study was to identify changes in psychological factors in quitters who had maintained abstinence for nine months after attending the clinic. Psychological factors were evaluated on the first and the last day of the smoking cessation program, using the Kano test for social nicotine dependence (KTSND). Multiple logistic regression analysis was used to examine the association between maintaining abstinence and tobacco dependence screener (TDS) score, Fagerström test for nicotine dependence (FTND) score, and KTSND score at the end of the smoking cessation clinic, as well as changes in KTSND scores during the clinic. KTSND scores at the end of the clinic were independently associated with long-term abstinence [odds ratio 0.87, 95% CI (confidence interval) 0.77–0.99, p<0.05].

KEYWORDS

Smoking cessation clinic  Maintaining abstinence  Psychological factors  Kano test for social nicotine dependence (KTSND) 

Received 11 Jan 2017 / Accepted 19 Sep 2017

AJRS, 7(1): 2-9, 2018

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