Resisting the urge to smoke: Inhibitory control training in cigarette smokers

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This study examines the effects of Inhibitory Control Training (ICT) on response inhibition towards smoking-related cues, smoking resistance and cigarette use.

We hypothesised that ICT would improve response inhibition and smoking resistance and reduce cigarette use. Our data suggest that ICT enhances the ability to resist smoking, indicating that training may be a promising adjunct to smoking pharmacotherapy. Further research is required to improve the duration of training effects and to understand the mechanism underlying training.

Creator(s) Marcus Munafo, Angela Attwood
Contributor(s) Sally Adams, Claire Mokrysz
Publication date 20 Jun 2017
Language eng
Publisher University of Bristol
Licence Non-Commercial Government License for public sector information
DOI 10.5523/bris.y7288gnrb7g51m2u3koi7tbyz
Citation Marcus Munafo, Angela Attwood (2017): Resisting the urge to smoke: Inhibitory control training in cigarette smokers. https://doi.org/10.5523/bris.y7288gnrb7g51m2u3koi7tbyz
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