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Smoking to Cope with Pain: The Motivating Effects of Pain Induction on Smoking Urge and Behaviour
(Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2013-08)
Millions of Canadians live with chronic pain. Substantial evidence has linked tobacco smoking with both acute and chronic pain conditions. Contemporary models of pain and smoking posit a cyclical relationship wherein ...
A Pilot Test of an Internet-Based Smoking Cessation Intervention: Outcomes Across Chronic Pain and Pain-Free Samples
(Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2017-05)
Background: Smoking and chronic pain are major public health concerns in Canada. Contemporary models of smoking and chronic pain suggest a reciprocal and self-perpetuating cycle, wherein smoking reduces pain in the short ...