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Behavioral and cognitive therapy for social phobia in a smoker

La Presse médicale

May 20, 2006

Philippe GuichenezAnne-Marie Clauzel

PMID: 16710150

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Social phobias are associated with nicotine addiction, and treatment for them can enable the patient to stop smoking. A patient seeking treatment to stop smoking was found to have a social phobia, which was treated with behavioral and cognitive therapy. At the end of this treatment, the...read more

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Cessation of Smoking
Phobia, Social
Nicotine
Nicotine Measurement
Cognitive Therapy
Phobic Anxiety Disorder
Cigar smoker
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Behavioral and cognitive therapy for social phobia in a smoker

La Presse médicale

May 20, 2006

Philippe GuichenezAnne-Marie Clauzel

PMID: 16710150

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Abstract

Social phobias are associated with nicotine addiction, and treatment for them can enable the patient to stop smoking. A patient seeking treatment to stop smoking was found to have a social phobia, which was treated with behavioral and cognitive therapy. At the end of this treatment, the...read more

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Cessation of Smoking
Phobia, Social
Nicotine
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Cognitive Therapy
Phobic Anxiety Disorder
Cigar smoker

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