Reward and affective regulation in depression-prone smokers.

  title={Reward and affective regulation in depression-prone smokers.},
  author={Janet E Audrain-McGovern and E. Paul Wileyto and Rebecca L. Ashare and Jocelyn Cuevas and Andrew A. Strasser},
  journal={Biological psychiatry},
  volume={76 9},
BACKGROUND There is a disproportionately high smoking prevalence among individuals who are prone to depression. While depression has been conceptualized as a disorder of dysregulated positive affect and disrupted reward processing, little research has been conducted to determine the role of smoking in these processes among depression-prone smokers. METHODS Depression-prone smokers (DP+; n = 34) and smokers not depression-prone (DP-; n = 49) underwent two laboratory sessions, one while smoking… CONTINUE READING
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