Subliminal processing of smoking-related and affective stimuli in tobacco addiction.

@article{Leventhal2008SubliminalPO,
  title={Subliminal processing of smoking-related and affective stimuli in tobacco addiction.},
  author={Adam M. Leventhal and Andrew J. Waters and Bruno G. Breitmeyer and Elizabeth K Miller and Evelina Tapia and Yisheng Li},
  journal={Experimental and clinical psychopharmacology},
  year={2008},
  volume={16 4},
  pages={301-12}
}
Cognitive processing biases toward smoking-related and affective cues may play a role in tobacco dependence. Because processing biases may occur outside conscious awareness, the current study examined processing of smoking-related and affective stimuli presented at subliminal conditions. A pictorial subliminal repetition priming task was administered to… CONTINUE READING