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By P. Atkins, H.R. Berthoud, N.W. Bond, D. Hoffman, A. Jansen, S. Thornton, Y. Wada and D.A. Zellner (Executive Editors)

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B. ), Assessing alcohol problems: A guide for clinicians and researchers (second ed, pp. 75–99). Bethesda, MD: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse & Alcoholism. , & Kessler, K. (1991). Weight gain and withdrawal symptoms after smoking cessation: A preventive intervention using d-fenfluramine. Health Psychology, 10, 216–223. SPSS, Inc. (2000). 0. Chicago: SPSS, Inc. Strachan, M. , Ewing, F. , Frier, B. , & Deary, I. J. (2004). Food cravings during acute hypoglycaemia in adults with Type 1 diabetes.

Within the same recovery environment, were experiences related to the environment or to the stage of recovery? However, some participants at different stages of recovery differed in their eating and weight experiences. This observation provides supports for a stage of recovery interpretation. On the other hand, some participants who were interviewed in mid and later recovery reflected back on earlier recovery experiences and described a past environment, the halfway house, as having contributed to their poor food choices and excess weight gain.

Consistent with the hypothesis that food craving will predict smoking cessation failure, our study found that those who were unable to successfully maintain abstinence from smoking in the first week had higher food craving scores than those who were successful. These findings suggest that the QCSRF may provide a tool for investigating how food cravings and strategies to limit weight gain influence weight gain and the ability to quit smoking. This research could help identify and intervene with those smokers for whom cravings are a significant barrier to smoking cessation.

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Appetite, Volume 50, Issue 01 (January 2008) by P. Atkins, H.R. Berthoud, N.W. Bond, D. Hoffman, A. Jansen, S. Thornton, Y. Wada and D.A. Zellner (Executive Editors)

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