An acute psychosocial stress enhances the neural response to smoking cues

@article{Dagher2009AnAP,
  title={An acute psychosocial stress enhances the neural response to smoking cues},
  author={Alain Dagher and Beth Tannenbaum and Takuya Hayashi and Jens C. Pruessner and Dharma McBride},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={1293},
  pages={40-48}
}
Stress plays an important role in drug addiction. It can trigger relapse in abstinent addicts, and both in the everyday world and in the laboratory, a stressor can induce drug craving. Drug cues, such as the sight of drug, can also trigger subjective craving and relapse, and this effect may be amplified by stress. Underpinning this interaction may be the fact that stress and reward-predicting drug cues act on overlapping brain regions. We exposed 15 smokers undergoing functional magnetic… CONTINUE READING
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