Extending animal models to explore social rewards associated with designated smoking areas on college campuses.

@article{Lochbihler2014ExtendingAM,
  title={Extending animal models to explore social rewards associated with designated smoking areas on college campuses.},
  author={Stephanie L Lochbihler and Daniel A. Miller and Paul E Etcheverry},
  journal={Journal of American college health : J of ACH},
  year={2014},
  volume={62 3},
  pages={145-52}
}
OBJECTIVE Animal studies have shown that when nicotine is administered in the presence of other animals (as compared with alone), it is more rewarding. As a human analogue to these studies, rewards associated with designated smoking areas on university campuses were examined, since these areas promote using nicotine in the presence of others. PARTICIPANTS Participants were 118 (Sample 1, collected November 2011) and 94 (Sample 2, collected April 2012) student smokers at a midwestern… CONTINUE READING
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