Smoking produces a smaller increase in heart rate in the natural smoking environment than in the laboratory.

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We tested whether the physiological effects of smoking a cigarette under standard conditions in a laboratory are similar to those seen in a room at home. On two separate test days ten healthy smokers were prepared with a small physiological recorder and were then requested to carry out a protocol requiring them to smoke one of their cigarettes in their… (More)

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@article{Mucha1996SmokingPA, title={Smoking produces a smaller increase in heart rate in the natural smoking environment than in the laboratory.}, author={Ronald F. Mucha and G. Mutz and Edward R. Stephan and Paul Pauli}, journal={Drug and alcohol dependence}, year={1996}, volume={42 3}, pages={209-15} }