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  • An attentional control task reduces intrusive thoughts about smoking. 

    May, J; Andrade, J; Willoughby, K; Brown, C (England, 2012-04)
    INTRODUCTION: Attentional control tasks such as body scanning and following isometric exercise instructions have been shown to reduce smoking cravings, apparently by reducing stress (Ussher, M., Cropley, M., Playle, S., ...
  • Measuring alcohol craving: development of the Alcohol Craving Experience questionnaire. 

    Statham, DJ; Connor, JP; Kavanagh, DJ; Feeney, GF; Young, RM; May, J; Andrade, J (England, 2011-05-12)
    To develop a measure of craving based on the Elaborated Intrusion (EI) theory of desire and to examine the construct, concurrent and discriminant validity of the instrument.
  • Visuospatial tasks suppress craving for cigarettes. 

    May, J; Andrade, J; Panabokke, N; Kavanagh, D (England, 2010-06)
    The Elaborated Intrusion (EI) theory of desire posits that visual imagery plays a key role in craving. We report a series of experiments testing this hypothesis in a drug addiction context. Experiment 1 showed that a ...

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