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Acute Subjective Responses to Subustances-Retrosepctive-Tobacco
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Measure Name: Acute Subjective Responses to Subustances-Retrosepctive-Tobacco
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Construct: Acute Subjective Response to Substances - Current
Primary Content Area: Smoking/Tobacco
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Brief Description: The Cigarette Evaluation Questionnaire (CEQ) assesses the degree to which subjects experience the reinforcing effects of smoking. It is a self-administered questionnaire that contains 11 items covering both the reinforcing and the adverse effects of smoking, asking subjects to rate the extent to which recently smoked cigarettes were satisfying, tasted good, made them dizzy, calmed them down, helped them concentrate, made them feel more awake, reduced appetite, made them nauseous, decreased irritability, produced enjoyable sensations in the throat and chest, and immediately reduced craving for cigarettes. The modified Cigarette Evaluation Questionnaire (mCEQ) contains an extra item on enjoying smoking in addition to the 11 original items. The items are rated on a seven-point scale ranging from 1 for "Not at all" to 7 for "Extremely."
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