Compensatory Smoking of Low-Yield Cigarettes

@inproceedings{Benowitz2001CompensatorySO,
  title={Compensatory Smoking of Low-Yield Cigarettes},
  author={Neal L. Benowitz},
  year={2001}
}
Nicotine addiction results in smokers seeking to take in a constant level of nicotine from smoking each day (Benowitz, 1988; U.S. DHHS, 1988). Consequently, when faced with low-yield cigarettes, smokers tend to take in more nicotine and other tobacco smoke constituents from these cigarettes than would be predicted by machine testing in order to sustain… CONTINUE READING