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Neuroimaging Studies of Practice and Smoking

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Neuroimaging Studies of Practice and Smoking

The purpose of this research study is to help determine whether practicing resisting the urge to smoke changes brain function or behavior among smokers.

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Behavioral - Delay time to first cigarette

Participants asked to delay time until they smoke first cigarette of the day.

Behavioral - Therapy

Participants receive tips on how to resist the urge to smoke and control cravings to smoke.

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Smoking Cessation and Brain Activation: How Practice Changes the Brain

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NCT03080844

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