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Effects of Self-Administered Versus Noncotigent NicotineGrant Why?
Gradual and immediate nicotine reduction result in similar low-dose nicotine self-administration.Academic Article Why?
Complex interactions between nicotine and nonpharmacological stimuli reveal multiple roles for nicotine in reinforcement.Academic Article Why?
Conditioned reinforcement in rats established with self-administered nicotine and enhanced by noncontingent nicotine.Academic Article Why?
Greater reductions in nicotine exposure while smoking very low nicotine content cigarettes predict smoking cessation.Academic Article Why?
Perceived nicotine content of reduced nicotine content cigarettes is a correlate of perceived health risks.Academic Article Why?
Reducing nicotine exposure results in weight gain in smokers randomised to very low nicotine content cigarettes.Academic Article Why?
Sex differences in the contribution of nicotine and nonpharmacological stimuli to nicotine self-administration in rats.Academic Article Why?
The motivation to obtain nicotine-conditioned reinforcers depends on nicotine dose.Academic Article Why?
Are Some Regular Smokers Resistant to Nicotine Dependence?Grant Why?
Identifying nicotine withdrawal mechanisms hidden within habenular complexityGrant Why?
Nicotine and Anatabine Exposure from Very Low Nicotine Content Cigarettes.Academic Article Why?
Low-dose nicotine self-administration is reduced in adult male rats naïve to high doses of nicotine: implications for nicotine product standards.Academic Article Why?
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