Resisting the urge to smoke: inhibitory control training in cigarette smokers

@inproceedings{Adams2017ResistingTU,
  title={Resisting the urge to smoke: inhibitory control training in cigarette smokers},
  author={Sally Adams and Claire Mokrysz and Angela S Attwood and Marcus R Munaf{\`o}},
  booktitle={Royal Society open science},
  year={2017}
}
Impaired response inhibition is an important factor in tobacco dependence. We examined the effects of inhibitory control training (ICT) on inhibition, smoking resistance and cigarette use. Smokers (n = 55) abstained from smoking for 12 h prior to testing. On the test day, participants recorded cigarette use and completed pre-training measures of global and cue-specific (smoking-related) response inhibition. Participants were randomized to either an active or a control ICT group. The active… CONTINUE READING
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