Reactivity to instructed smoking availability and environmental cues: evidence with urge and reaction time.

@article{Juliano1998ReactivityTI,
  title={Reactivity to instructed smoking availability and environmental cues: evidence with urge and reaction time.},
  author={Laura M. Juliano and Thomas Henry Brandon},
  journal={Experimental and clinical psychopharmacology},
  year={1998},
  volume={6 1},
  pages={45-53}
}
Reactivity to drug-related cues has been proposed as a possible mechanism to explain maintenance of drug use and relapse. This study examined whether cognitions associated with drug use (the belief that nicotine is available for use) also elicit reactivity. Smokers (N = 132) were randomly assigned in a 2 (Smoking Availability) x 2 (Smoking Stimuli) factorial design. Reactivity was measured by self-reported urge and probe reaction time. A main effect for availability was found in that… CONTINUE READING

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