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Examining the Relationships between Mindfulness and Tobacco Craving Factors

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Background: Relationships between mindfulness and general craving have been documented. However, there is still no data regarding relationships between mindfulness and the different craving factors. Methods: Using data from an online survey among hospital workers smoking tobacco in France (n = 127), we performed linear regression models with the four craving factors as outcomes, and dispositional mindfulness as explanatory variable. Results: After adjusting for nicotine dependence, mindfulness was negatively associated with general craving and three out of four craving factors (emotionality, compulsivity and purposefulness, but not expectancy). Conclusions: These results support the implementation of mindfulness-based interventions in the context of tobacco cessation attempt.
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inserm-03648242 , version 1 (07-04-2023)

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Tangui Barré, Clémence Ramier, Izza Mounir, David Renaud, Loick Menvielle, et al.. Examining the Relationships between Mindfulness and Tobacco Craving Factors. Substance Use and Misuse, 2022, 57 (4), pp.656-659. ⟨10.1080/10826084.2021.2019782⟩. ⟨inserm-03648242⟩
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