Differences in negative mood-induced smoking reinforcement due to distress tolerance, anxiety sensitivity, and depression history

@article{Perkins2010DifferencesIN,
  title={Differences in negative mood-induced smoking reinforcement due to distress tolerance, anxiety sensitivity, and depression history},
  author={Kenneth A Perkins and Joshua L Karelitz and Grace E. Giedgowd and Cynthia A. Conklin and Michael A. Sayette},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={2010},
  volume={210},
  pages={25-34}
}
Negative mood increases smoking reinforcement and may do so to a greater degree in smokers vulnerable to negative mood dysregulation. Adult smokers (N = 71) without current depression were randomly assigned to one of two smoking conditions (nicotine or denic cigarettes, presented blind) maintained across all sessions. Subjects completed one neutral mood session and four negative mood induction sessions. Negative mood inductions included one each of the following: 1) overnight smoking abstinence… CONTINUE READING

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