Clarifying the relationship between impulsive delay discounting and nicotine dependence.

@article{Amlung2014ClarifyingTR,
  title={Clarifying the relationship between impulsive delay discounting and nicotine dependence.},
  author={Michael T. Amlung and James MacKillop},
  journal={Psychology of addictive behaviors : journal of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors},
  year={2014},
  volume={28 3},
  pages={761-8}
}
Impulsive delayed reward discounting (DRD) has been linked to nicotine dependence, but with some inconsistency. This may be related to the considerable variability in the literature with regard to the DRD assessments used, particularly in the case of the reward magnitudes assessed. In addition, previous studies have often not considered concurrent substance use when examining the relationship between DRD and nicotine dependence. The current study sought to further clarify the relationship… CONTINUE READING
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