Relation between self-reported affect and drug urges and cravings in continuing and withdrawing smokers.

@article{Zinser1992RelationBS,
  title={Relation between self-reported affect and drug urges and cravings in continuing and withdrawing smokers.},
  author={Michael C Zinser and Timothy B. Baker and John E. Sherman and Dale S. Cannon},
  journal={Journal of abnormal psychology},
  year={1992},
  volume={101 4},
  pages={617-29}
}
In 2 experiments we investigated the effects of withdrawal and stress on the affective correlates of urges to smoke. In both, habitual cigarette smokers were divided into continuing and withdrawing smoker groups. In the 1st study, 44 adults reported current mood, urge, and expectations over a 24-hr period. In the 2nd, a controlled laboratory study, urge, affect, and physiological data were obtained from continuing and withdrawing groups (N = 64) exposed to high- or low-stress conditions. Urges… CONTINUE READING

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