Working Memory-Related Neural Activity Predicts Future Smoking Relapse

@article{Loughead2015WorkingMN,
  title={Working Memory-Related Neural Activity Predicts Future Smoking Relapse},
  author={James Loughead and E. Paul Wileyto and Kosha Ruparel and Mary Falcone and Ryan Hopson and Ruben C. Gur and Caryn Lerman},
  journal={Neuropsychopharmacology},
  year={2015},
  volume={40},
  pages={1311-1320}
}
Brief abstinence from smoking impairs cognition, particularly executive function, and this has a role in relapse to smoking. This study examined whether working memory-related brain activity predicts subsequent smoking relapse above and beyond standard clinical and behavioral measures. Eighty treatment-seeking smokers completed two functional magnetic resonance imaging sessions (smoking satiety vs 24 h abstinence challenge) during performance of a visual N-back task. Brief counseling and a… CONTINUE READING

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