Counseling and Behavioral Interventions May Lead to Cigarette Smoking Cessation Among Individuals with ADHD

Counseling and Behavioral Interventions May Lead to Cigarette Smoking Cessation Among Individuals... the ADHD REPOR T Russell A. Barkley & Associates • Volume 26 • Number 3 • ISSN 1065-8025 • May 2018 • Counseling and Behavioral Interventions May Lead to Cigarette Smoking Cessation Among Individuals with ADHD Genevieve Mackenzie, MA Individuals with ADHD are more develop, hopefully leading to smoking ing among individuals with ADHD likely to smoke cigarettes (Gehricke, cessation. This article first examines will be described. Polzonetti, Caburian, & Gratton, 2013; how the symptoms of ADHD, negative McClernon & Kollins, 2008) and begin affect, and low self-efficacy, and in turn NEGATIVE AFFECT, LOW SELF- smoking at an earlier age compared the mechanisms used to cope, may put EFFICACY, AND CONSEQUENT to individuals without ADHD (Mil- one at risk for cigarette smoking as well MALADAPTIVE COPING berger, Biederman, Faraone, Chen, & as failure at cessation efforts. Finally, “Coping refers to the cognitive and Jones, 1997; Rohde, Kahler, Lewinsohn, the influential roles cognitive behav- behavioral efforts of individuals to & Brown, 2004). As a group, they also ioral therapy (CBT), motivational in- manage their internal and/or external are less successful at quitting cigarette terviewing (MI), behavioral activation demands which are appraised as tax- smoking compared to their peers with- (BA), http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The ADHD Report Guilford Press

Counseling and Behavioral Interventions May Lead to Cigarette Smoking Cessation Among Individuals with ADHD

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Edinburgh University Press
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
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1065-8025
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10.1521/adhd.2018.26.3.1
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the ADHD REPOR T Russell A. Barkley & Associates • Volume 26 • Number 3 • ISSN 1065-8025 • May 2018 • Counseling and Behavioral Interventions May Lead to Cigarette Smoking Cessation Among Individuals with ADHD Genevieve Mackenzie, MA Individuals with ADHD are more develop, hopefully leading to smoking ing among individuals with ADHD likely to smoke cigarettes (Gehricke, cessation. This article first examines will be described. Polzonetti, Caburian, & Gratton, 2013; how the symptoms of ADHD, negative McClernon & Kollins, 2008) and begin affect, and low self-efficacy, and in turn NEGATIVE AFFECT, LOW SELF- smoking at an earlier age compared the mechanisms used to cope, may put EFFICACY, AND CONSEQUENT to individuals without ADHD (Mil- one at risk for cigarette smoking as well MALADAPTIVE COPING berger, Biederman, Faraone, Chen, & as failure at cessation efforts. Finally, “Coping refers to the cognitive and Jones, 1997; Rohde, Kahler, Lewinsohn, the influential roles cognitive behav- behavioral efforts of individuals to & Brown, 2004). As a group, they also ioral therapy (CBT), motivational in- manage their internal and/or external are less successful at quitting cigarette terviewing (MI), behavioral activation demands which are appraised as tax- smoking compared to their peers with- (BA),

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The ADHD ReportGuilford Press

Published: May 1, 2018

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