Subjective correlates of cigarette-smoking-induced elevations of peripheral beta-endorphin and cortisol

@article{Gilbert1992SubjectiveCO,
  title={Subjective correlates of cigarette-smoking-induced elevations of peripheral beta-endorphin and cortisol},
  author={David G. Gilbert and Charles J. Meliska and C L Williams and Robert A. Jensen},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={1992},
  volume={106},
  pages={275-281}
}
Two experiments assessed subjective and hormonal effects of smoking cigarettes with three different nicotine deliveries. In experiment 1, 12 males smoked two cigarettes on three different occasions: (1) nicotine-free; (2) their own brand (1.0 mg FTC-estimated nicotine delivery); or (3) 2.4 mg FTC nicotine cigarettes. In experiment 2, 12 males smoked cigarettes of comparable nicotine yield using a quantified smoke delivery system (QSDS). Blood was sampled 2 min after each cigarette completion… CONTINUE READING

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