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The Smoking Consequences Questionnaire: The subjective expected utility of smoking in college students

The Smoking Consequences Questionnaire: The subjective expected utility of smoking in college students,10.1037//1040-3590.3.3.484,Psychological Assess

The Smoking Consequences Questionnaire: The subjective expected utility of smoking in college students   (Citations: 109)
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Journal: Psychological Assessment - PSYCHOL ASSESSMENT , vol. 3, no. 3, pp. 484-491, 1991
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    • ...Smoking Consequences Questionnaire (SCQ 56 )...

    Kirsten A. Johnsonet al. Anxiety Sensitivity and Cognitive-Based Smoking Processes: Testing the...

    • ...Smoking Consequences Questionnaire (SCQ; Brandon and Baker 1991) The SCQ (Brandon and Baker 1991 )i s a 50-item self-report measure that assesses smoking expectancies on a 0–9 scale for likelihood of occurrence, ranging from 0=“completely unlikely” to 9=“completely likely.” The entire measure and its constituent factors have demonstrated sound psychometric properties (Buckley et al. 2005; Brandon and Baker 1991; Downey and Kilbey 1995)...
    • ...Smoking Consequences Questionnaire (SCQ; Brandon and Baker 1991) The SCQ (Brandon and Baker 1991 )i s a 50-item self-report measure that assesses smoking expectancies on a 0–9 scale for likelihood of occurrence, ranging from 0=“completely unlikely” to 9=“completely likely.” The entire measure and its constituent factors have demonstrated sound psychometric properties (Buckley et al. 2005; Brandon and Baker 1991; Downey and Kilbey 1995)...
    • ...Smoking Consequences Questionnaire (SCQ; Brandon and Baker 1991) The SCQ (Brandon and Baker 1991 )i s a 50-item self-report measure that assesses smoking expectancies on a 0–9 scale for likelihood of occurrence, ranging from 0=“completely unlikely” to 9=“completely likely.” The entire measure and its constituent factors have demonstrated sound psychometric properties (Buckley et al. 2005; Brandon and Baker 1991; Downey and Kilbey 1995)...
    • ...j Negative Personal Consequences subscale, Smoking Consequences Questionnaire (SCQ; Brandon and Baker 1991); k Positive Reinforcement subscale, Smoking Consequences Questionnaire (SCQ; Brandon and Baker 1991);...
    • ...j Negative Personal Consequences subscale, Smoking Consequences Questionnaire (SCQ; Brandon and Baker 1991); k Positive Reinforcement subscale, Smoking Consequences Questionnaire (SCQ; Brandon and Baker 1991);...
    • ...l Negative Reinforcement subscale, Smoking Consequences Questionnaire (SCQ; Brandon and Baker 1991); m Appetite Control subscale, Smoking Consequences...
    • ...Questionnaire (SCQ; Brandon and Baker 1991);...

    Teresa M. Leyroet al. Distress Tolerance Scale: A Confirmatory Factor Analysis Among Daily C...

    • ...ATD children was contrary to prediction and quite disconcerting, given this belief’s positive association with smoking in previous studies (Brandon and Baker 1991; Copeland et al. 1995; Copeland and Carney 2003; Rash and Copeland 2008)...
    • ...This association is particularly true for women smokers and exsmokers (Brandon and Baker 1991; Copeland et al. 1995; Rash and Copeland 2008), and is more pronounced among women smokers with concerns about their weight (Copeland and Carney 2003)...

    Amy L. Copelandet al. A School-Based Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drug Prevention Program for Child...

    • ... outcome expectancies may include beliefs about positive reinforcement (e.g., ‘‘I enjoy the taste sensations while smoking’’), negative reinforcement/negative affect reduction (referred to from hereafter as negative affect reduction; e.g., ‘‘Smoking helps me calm down when I feel nervous’’), negative consequences (e.g., ‘‘The more I smoke, the more I risk my health’’), and appetite control (e.g., ‘‘Smoking helps me control my weight’’; Brandon ...
    • ...That is, although an individual smoker may hold varied beliefs about the effects of smoking (Brandon and Baker 1991), those persons who hold the strongest beliefs that smoking will yield effective mood management benefits may be the most prone to affective disturbances...
    • ...Both mindful attention and negative affect reduction outcome expectancies are theorized to be cognitive variables (Brandon and Baker 1991; Brown and Ryan 2003)...
    • ...Brandon and Baker 1991) is a 50-item self-report measure that assesses smoking expectancies on a 10-point Likerttype scale (0 = completely unlikely to 9 = completely likely)...
    • ...The measure and its constituent factors have excellent psychometric properties (Buckley et al. 2005; Brandon and Baker 1991; Downey and Kilbey 1995)...
    • ...d Negative affect reduction expectancies sub-scale, smoking consequences questionnaire (Brandon and Baker 1991)...
    • ...e Negative affect reduction expectancies sub-scale, smoking consequences questionnaire (SCQ-NARE; Brandon and Baker 1991) f Mindful attention and awareness scale (MAAS-total score; Brown and Ryan 2003)...

    Adam Gonzalezet al. The Role of Mindful Attention in Regard to the Relation Between Negati...

    • ...Cognitive expectancies of the anticipated outcomes of use of a given drug are one area that has been examined among both adults (30, 31), young adults and college students (32, 33, 34), and adolescents (35, 36)...

    Janet L. Thomaset al. Psychometric Properties of a Brief Smoking Consequences Questionnaire ...

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