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Testing Interventions for Smoking in Women

Description

MMU Study

 

Are you a woman aged 18-55 who currently smokes?

 

We are looking for women to help test two different interventions for smoking.

 

We are conducting a study to look at whether two different smoking interventions can help women to stop smoking.  We are asking for volunteer women who smoke at least one cigarette a week, aged 18-55 years to help us to do this.

  

The test session will take about 45 minutes in which you will be

randomly assigned to either a facial aging intervention or general smoking intervention.

 

Although we do not anticipate that you will find items distressing, the topics of body image and mental health can be sensitive for some people. If you anticipate that you will find this distressing, please do not take part.

Contact details

Lucy.walker@mmu.ac.uk