Monetary commitment contracts to promote smoking cessation
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the acceptability and effectiveness of a behavioral treatment for cigarette smoking. Treatment components will include self-monitoring using carbon monoxide meters (device provided by researchers), educational information, peer support, reduction/abstention goals, and behavioral contracting. This study is conducted entirely online, and there are no required clinic visits . Participants can enroll from any location in the United States.
KeywordsQuit Smoking, Contingency Management, Monetary Commitment Contracts, Deposits
Principal InvestigatorBrantley Jarvis
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