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Age Moderates Smokers’ Subjective Response ...

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Evidence from a Randomized Controlled Trial Researchers tested whether age moderated smokers’ subjective (measures of psychological reward, smoking satisfaction) and behavioral (cigarettes smoked per day, smoking topography, and nicotine exposure) responses to cigarettes varying in nicotine content after two and six weeks of use. They found that younger adults (age 18-24)

who smoked low-nicotine cigarettes (2.4-0.4 mg/g nicotine) reported significantly less smoking satisfaction and psychological reward, and smoked fewer cigarettes per day, than older adults (25+ years) after two weeks of use. Implications are that reduced-nicotine cigarettes may reduce smoking reinforcement in young adults.

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