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Andrijana Milošević Georgiev, Jelena Kotur-Stevuljević and Dušanka Krajnović
Health warnings placed on cigarette packages (without accompanying graphic images)
Gradual cigarette taxes increase (closing the gap between Serbian and EU cigarette prices)
Occasional low-level media campaigns
Restrictions on tobacco industry advertising, promotions and sponsorships
A smoke-free lifestyle should be promoted from childhood, and strengthened through school education ( 12 ). Healthcare professionals can influence their patients’ smoking habits. There are plenty of studies on medical students’ tobacco-related behaviour and attitudes, but non
-person perspectives entail KI or VI ( 23 ). Next to imagery perspective, the imagery ability may have had a significant impact upon its effectiveness, as it is likely that someone who cannot clearly imagine performing a motor task will not benefit much from MI practice ( 24 , 25 , 26 ). Therefore, to improve rehabilitation practice, by a more individualized approach, imagery ability of each patient should be assessed.
To date, different methodologies were used to measure MI ability that relies on neurophysiological, behavioural, psychometric and psychophysiological foundations