Table 2: Pearson correlation analyses of demographic, medical, and smoking variables from Table 1.

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Income1
Age.031
Time from dx to intake−.11−.081
Age smoking was started.12.02−.101
Pack years.13.35.04−.241
QSU-b Factor 1−.15−.22−.02−.21.111
QSU-b Factor 2−.13−.11−.06−.07.06.661
QSU-b total−.16−.18−.04−.18.10.95.861
SJWS craving−.06−.15−.05−.11.12.82.62.811
SJWS physical−.06−.16−.11−.07−.04.32.38.37.401
SJWS stimulation−.01−.03−.03−.03.01.10.10.10.24.261
SJWS psychological.05−.01.01−.11.09.12.23.18.21.35.681
SJWS appetite−.17.00−.07−.08−.10.10.07.11.11.20.12.151
RFS addiction.01−.20.07−.20.30.36.25.33.31.11.00.17−.051
RFS stimulation.07−.15−.04−.17.24.38.34.39.34.17.09.23−.01.631
RFS negative affect −.00−.30.10−.20.06.23.22.25.19.09.03.15−.04.61.581
RFS physiological.05−.19−.01−.21.29.41.32.40.37.18.07.24−.02.80.95.641
RFS not physiological.01−.27.10−.19.11.27.25.28.22.07.03.15−.04.75.62.95.681
CPD 7 days prior to prequit visit.12−.07.11−.10.71.12.05.09.12.03−.03.00−.12.36.19.10.27.181
FTND score−.14−.13.07−.16.49.34.25.32.29.10.02.13−.00.40.34.23.40.27.491
Choice task−.13−.07.07−.17.14.27.26.30.18.16−.13.01.01.17.19.22.21.21.10.281
PANAS positive affect.14−.10.08.11−.03−.07−.12−.09−.12−.13−.44−.48−.08−.04−.07−.07−.07−.06.01−.11−.011
PANAS negative affect−.05−.06−.04−.01−.03.09.13.11.08.13.18.33.09.15.23.26.23.24−.02.11.07−.271
HADS anxiety.06−.05.02−.10−.01.07.07.07.00.11.21.26.03.15.21.28.19.28.08.04−.05−.30.551
HADS depression−.14.03−.02−.10.09.12.13.14.14.06.29.24.08.10.07.12.09.11 −.00.12.02−.55.41.481

Note. and ; dx = diagnosis; CO = carbon monoxide (ppm); CPD = cigarettes per day; FTND = Fagerström Test for Nicotine Dependence. Since the outcomes (FTND and CPD) include smoking rate, pack year was not included in the models to reduce collinearity.