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The Effect of Acute Interpersonal Racial Discrimination on Smoking Motivation and Behavior among Black Smokers
A virtual ball-throwing program called Cyberball will be used to model racial discrimination in a laboratory setting
Primary Aim: The primary aim of the current study is to evaluate the influence of acute interpersonal racial discrimination on dependent measures associated with motivation to smoke and quit smoking (cravings, cessation self-efficacy, and smoking behavior). Secondary Aim: The secondary aim of the current study is to explore potential mediators and moderators of the relationship between racial discrimination and outcome measures.