Comparing the reward value of cigarettes and food during tobacco abstinence and nonabstinence.

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Summary of "Comparing the reward value of cigarettes and food during tobacco abstinence and nonabstinence."

Some addiction theories propose that nicotine dependence is characterized by an imbalance between motivation for cigarettes compared to non-drug rewards. This imbalance may become increasingly polarized during abstinence, which further potentiates smoking. The present study evaluated motivation for cigarettes and food during abstinence and nonabstinence in daily smokers. This study modified a previously validated cue-reactivity procedure to include food as a cue condition, thereby allowing the comparison of cigarettes to food and neutral cues. The Choice Behavior Under Cued Conditions (CBUCC) procedure, in which participants are presented with cues and spend money in order to gain immediate access to that cue, generates multiple variables to evaluate motivational factors and drug use behaviors including reward value, craving, seeking, choice time, and consumption.


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Name: Drug and alcohol dependence
ISSN: 1879-0046
Pages: 107475


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