Self-Report and Reward-Choice Task Measures of Impulsivity and Cigarette Smoking
Poster Session VIII - Board: VIII-
Saturday, May 29, 2010, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
APS Exhibit Hall
The current study examined the association between self-report measures of impulsiveness and reward-choice task performance and how these measures relate to smoking status in college students. Self-reported reward seeking was related to initiation of smoking, but disinhibition was related to smoking persistence. Task performance was not related to smoking status.
Subject Area: Clinical