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Table 3 Coding scheme

From: “Like you are fooling yourself”: how the “Stoptober” temporary abstinence campaign supports Dutch smokers attempting to quit

Prior to campaign Rationale to quit smoking
Rationale for participation in Stoptober
Smoking behavior
Experiences during campaign Difficult moments Withdrawal
Addiction
Stress
Positive experiences
Additional support Medication
Other support
Strategies to break habit Reduce smoking
Farewell ritual
Role modeling
Relapse prevention
Compliments
Rewards
Anticipated regret
Resistance to social pressure
Public commitment
Counterconditioning
Substitute behavior
Cue avoidance
Cue altering
Self-talk
Self-management
Goal setting
Behavioral determinants Attitude
Social influence Social support
Injunctive norm
Descriptive norm
Social pressure
Self-efficacy Confidence in success
Habit
Identity
Motivational strength
Future Confidence in maintaining abstinence  
High risk situations Action plans
Intervention components General Other
Facebook
App
Mass media
Ambassadors
Set date and time
Needs