Smoking Self-Efficacy Scales

20 items
1.    At a bar or cocktail lounge ha‎ving a drink.
2.    When I am desiring a cigarette.
3.    When things are not going the way I want and I am frustrated.
4.    With my spouse or close friend who is smoking.
5.    When there are arguments and conflicts with my family.
6.    When I am happy and celebrating.
7.    When I am very angry about something or someone.
8.    When I would experience an emotional crisis‚ such as an accident or a death in the family.
9.    When I see someone smoking and enjoying it.
10.Over coffee while talking and relaxing.
11.When I realize that quitting smoking is an extremely difficult task for me.
12.When I am craving a cigarette.
13.When I first get up in the morning.
14.When I feel I need a lift.
15.When I begin to let down on my concern about my health and am less physically active.
16.With friends at a party.
17.When I wake up in the morning and face a tough day.
18.When I am extremely depressed.
19.When I am extremely anxious and stressed.
20.When I realize I haven’t smoked for a while.
9 items – Short Form
1.    With friends at a party.
2.    When I first get up in the morning.
3.    When I am very anxious and stressed.
4.    Over coffee while talking and relaxing.
5.    When I feel I need a lift.
6.    When I am very angry about something or someone.
7.    With my spouse or close friend who is smoking.
8.    When I realize I haven’t smoked for a while.
9.    When things are not going my way and I am frustrated. 
The Transtheoretical Model (TTM; Prochaska & DiClemente‚ 1983; Prochaska‚ DiClemente‚ & Norcross‚ 1992)
Negative Affect (.95)‚ Social/Positive (.93)‚ Habit/Addictive (.92) “Velicer‚ et. al (1990)”
1=Not at all confident‚ 2=Not very confident‚ 3=Moderately confident‚ 4=Very confident‚ 5=Extremely confident
20 Item Version
·         Negative Affect 3‚ 5‚ 7‚ 8‚ 18‚ 19
·         Social/Positive          1‚ 4‚ 6‚ 9‚ 10‚ 16
·         Habitual/ Craving 11‚ 13‚ 14‚ 15‚ 20
9 Item Version
·         Negative Affect 3‚ 6‚ 9
·         Social/Positive          1‚ 4‚ 7
·         Habitual/Craving 2‚ 5‚ 8
This instrument can be found at:

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