Developing human laboratory models of smoking lapse behavior for medication screening.

@article{McKee2009DevelopingHL,
  title={Developing human laboratory models of smoking lapse behavior for medication screening.},
  author={Sherry A. McKee},
  journal={Addiction biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={14 1},
  pages={99-107}
}
Use of human laboratory analogues of smoking behavior can provide an efficient, cost-effective mechanistic evaluation of a medication signal on smoking behavior, with the result of facilitating translational work in medications development. Although a number of human laboratory models exist to investigate various aspects of smoking behavior and nicotine dependence phenomena, none have yet modeled smoking lapse behavior. The first instance of smoking during a quit attempt (i.e. smoking lapse) is… CONTINUE READING

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