Subject: smoking cessation | Neuroscience | diffusion tensor imaging | orbitofrontal cortex | Original Research | cerebellum | postcentral cortex
mesheuropmc: behavior and behavior mechanisms
Smoking is a significant cause of preventable mortality worldwide. Understanding the neural mechanisms of nicotine addiction and smoking cessation may provide effective targets for developing treatment strategies. In the present study, we explored whether smokers have w... View more
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