Modelling smoking motivation: mood, personality and appetitive behaviour
Moghaddam, Nima Golijani (2006) Modelling smoking motivation: mood, personality and appetitive behaviour. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
The overarching aim of this research was to investigate the role of affectivity in real-world smoking behaviour. The motivational relationship between affect and smoking was conceptualised within an interactive hierarchical framework: assessing associations with natural situational variability over time, and moderation by relevant individual differences (chiefly, BIS-BAS scores - as reflecting affective disposition/motivational sensitivity).
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