Mood influences on acute smoking responses are independent of nicotine intake and dose expectancy.

  title={Mood influences on acute smoking responses are independent of nicotine intake and dose expectancy.},
  author={Kenneth A Perkins and Melinda M Ciccocioppo and Cynthia A. Conklin and Melissa E Milanak and Amy Grottenthaler and Michael A. Sayette},
  journal={Journal of abnormal psychology},
  volume={117 1},
Acute responses to smoking are influenced by nicotine and by nonpharmacological factors such as nicotine dose expectancy and sensory effects of smoke inhalation. Because negative mood increases smoking reinforcement, the authors examined whether these effects may be altered by mood context. Smokers (n=200) participated in 2 sessions, negative or positive mood induction, and were randomized to 1 of 5 groups. Four groups comprised the 2x2 balanced placebo design, varying actual (0.6 mg vs. 0.05… CONTINUE READING

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