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Deposit-Based Financial-Incentive Programs for Smoking Cessation are Superior to Reward-Based Programs

By May 13, 2015 No Comments

Sources: NYTimesNPR, Time, ReutersABC, NBC, May 13, 2015

Scott Halpern led a study demonstrating that deposit-based, financial-incentive programs for smoking cessation lead to higher abstinence rates after six months than reward-based, financial incentive programs among smokers who would accept participation in either type of program.

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