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Table 5 This table contains the keywords used during the program. The first seven keywords on this list were described on the support website, while the final four are keywords that could only be used when prompted by the system

From: Feasibility of a text-messaging smoking cessation program for soldiers in Israel

Keyword Explanation
NERVOUS To be used when the participant is feeling annoyed, anxious or generally in a bad mood.
BOREDOM To be used when the participant is bored.
SLIPPED UP To be used when the participant has smoked at some time following her quit date. In Hebrew, this is a single word.
REASONS To be used when the participant would like to be reminded of the reasons for quitting they listed during registration.
NEED To be used when the participant is feeling the need to smoke.
CODE To be used when the participant would like to be reminded the keywords on this list.
QUIT To be used when the participant would like to leave the program.
APPROVE After registration, the participant is required to reply APPROVE, in order to begin.
SMOKED These are the responses available to periodic surveys regarding the participants’ smoking status. SMOKED means they are still smoking (or have quit and regressed), STOPPED means they have quit smoking.
STOPPED
FINAL The participant is required to reply FINAL after requesting to leave the program.
NEW After answering SMOKED on a survey, participants are given one opportunity to restart the program and choose a new quit date.