Clinical Trial

Future Thinking Priming for Smoking Cessation

Study Description

Episodic Future Thinking and Future Thinking Priming for Smoking Cessation

This trial studies the main and interactive effects of episodic future thinking and future thinking priming tasks on helping participants to quit smoking. Episodic future thinking and future thinking priming tasks may decrease delay discounting rates and reduce relapse to smoking and help participants quit smoking.

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

Pharmaceutical medication involved Pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Behavioral - Behavioral Intervention

Complete active episodic thinking task

Behavioral - Behavioral Intervention

Complete active future thinking priming task

Behavioral - Behavioral Intervention

Complete control episodic future thinking task

Behavioral - Behavioral Intervention

Complete control future thinking priming task

Informational Intervention

Provided with Forever Free relapse prevention booklet

Drug - Nicotine Replacement

Receive nicotine patches, gum, or lozenges

Telephone-Based Intervention

Receive coaching call

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Promising Methods to Decrease Delay Discounting and Reduce Relapse to Smoking

Clinical Trial ID

NCT04297332

ParticipAid ID

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