Brain Responses to Cigarette-Related and Emotional Images in Smokers During Smoking Cessation: No Effect of Varenicline or Bupropion on the Late Positive Potential.

@article{Versace2017BrainRT,
  title={Brain Responses to Cigarette-Related and Emotional Images in Smokers During Smoking Cessation: No Effect of Varenicline or Bupropion on the Late Positive Potential.},
  author={Francesco Versace and Elise M Stevens and Jason D. Robinson and Yong Cui and Menton McGinnis Deweese and Jeffrey M. Engelmann and Charles A. Green and Maher A Karam-Hage and Cho Y. Lam and Jennifer A. Minnix and David W Wetter and Paul M. Cinciripini},
  journal={Nicotine & tobacco research : official journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco},
  year={2017}
}
Introduction Varenicline and bupropion are two effective smoking cessation pharmacotherapies. Researchers have hypothesized that they might be effective, in part, because they reduce cue reactivity and cue-induced cravings. Here, we used event-related potentials (ERPs) to directly measure brain responses to cigarette-related and other motivationally… CONTINUE READING