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Dimitra Kale

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PositionPhD Student
Department Psychology
Email dkale001 (@gold.ac.uk)
Dimitra Kale

I am a PhD student in the Psychology Department at Goldsmiths and my work aims to examine the role that impulsivity traits play to motivation and engagement in using quit smoking services, and success in quitting smoking. 

Qualifications and Academic career

2014-2015 Research Associate, University College London

2010-2014 Research Assistant, University College London

2010 MSc Health Psychology, King’s College London and University College London

2009 BSc (Hons) Psychology, Brunel University London 

2003 BSc Civil Infrastructure Engineering, Higher Technological Educational Institute (T.E.I) of Thessaloniki, Greece

Research Interests

Addictive behaviours

Personality traits in relation to addiction

Smoking cessation

Publications

Article

Are predictors of making a quit attempt the same as predictors of 3-month abstinence from smoking? Findings from a sample of smokers recruited for a study of computer-tailored smoking cessation advice in primary care
Kale, Dimitra; Gilbert, Hazel and Sutton, Stephen. 2015. Are predictors of making a quit attempt the same as predictors of 3-month abstinence from smoking? Findings from a sample of smokers recruited for a study of computer-tailored smoking cessation advice in primary care. Addiction, 110(10), pp. 1653-1664. ISSN 0965-2140