Delay of smoking gratification as a laboratory model of relapse: effects of incentives for not smoking, and relationship with measures of executive function.

@article{Mueller2009DelayOS,
  title={Delay of smoking gratification as a laboratory model of relapse: effects of incentives for not smoking, and relationship with measures of executive function.},
  author={E. Terry Mueller and Reid D. Landes and Benjamin P. Kowal and Richard Yi and Maxine L. Stitzer and C Andrew Burnett and Warren K. Bickel},
  journal={Behavioural pharmacology},
  year={2009},
  volume={20 5-6},
  pages={461-73}
}
Nineteen nicotine-deprived cigarette smokers received monetary rewards for each minute they chose not to initiate smoking in 2-h laboratory sessions followed by a 30-min period of enforced abstinence from smoking. Reinforcer amounts were delivered according to one of three schedules: increasing, decreasing, and constant. Relapse time (time until first cigarette) was shortest in the decreasing condition, longest in the increasing condition, and intermediate in the constant condition. All… CONTINUE READING
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