Predictors of smoking lapse in a human laboratory paradigm

@article{Roche2014PredictorsOS,
  title={Predictors of smoking lapse in a human laboratory paradigm},
  author={Daniel James Olan Roche and Spencer Bujarski and Nathasha R. Moallem and Iris Y Guzman and Jenessa R. Shapiro and Lara A Ray},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={2014},
  volume={231},
  pages={2889-2897}
}
During a smoking quit attempt, a single smoking lapse is highly predictive of future relapse. While several risk factors for a smoking lapse have been identified during clinical trials, a laboratory model of lapse was until recently unavailable and, therefore, it is unclear whether these characteristics also convey risk for lapse in a laboratory environment. The primary study goal was to examine whether real-world risk factors of lapse are also predictive of smoking behavior in a laboratory… CONTINUE READING

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