Skip Navigation

Link to  the National Institutes of Health  
The Science of Drug Abuse and Addiction from the National Institute on Drug Abuse Archives of the National Institute on Drug Abuse web site
Go to the Home page

Home > Publications > Research Monographs >    

Cigarette Smoking as a Dependence Process

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 23 [Printed in 1979]

Get Adobe Reader

This monograph is not available by chapter. The Table of Contents (below) is shown to assist in locating information prior to downloading the monograph.

Download Monograph23.pdf - Cigarette Smoking as a Dependence Process (929 KB)

Table of Contents

William Pollin

John M. Pinney

Chapter 1 Introduction-----1
Norman A. Krasnegor

Chapter 2 Smoking as an Addictive Disorder-----4
Jerome H. Jaffe and Maureen Kanzler

Chapter 3 Psychological Analysis of Establishment and Maintenance of the Smoking Habit-----24
Daniel Horn

Chapter 4 Cigarette Smoking as a precursor of Illicit Drug Use-----30
John A. O'Donnell

Chapter 5 Patterns of Tobacco Use in the United States-----44
Dorothy E. Green

Chapter 6 Nicotine as a Discriminative Stimulus to Behavior: Its Characterization and Relevance to Smoking Behavior-----58
John A. Rosecrans

Chapter 7 Nicotine Self-Administration in Rats-----70 H. M. Hanson, C. A. Ivester, and B. R. Morton

Chapter 8 The Effects of d-Amphetamine, Meprobamate, and Lobeline on the Cigarette Smoking Behavior of Normal Human Subjects-----91
C. R. Schuster, B. R. Lucchesi, and G. S. Emley

Chapter 9 Tobacco Dependence: Is Nicotine Rewarding or Aversive?-----100
M. A. H. Russell

Chapter 10 Regulation, Withdrawal, and Nicotine Addiction-----123
Stanley Schachter

Chapter 11 Acute and Chronic Effects of Nicotine in Rats and Evidence for a Noncholinergic Site of Action-----136
L. G. Abood, K. Lowy, and H. Booth

Chapter 12 Tolerance to the Effects of Tobacco-----150
Murray E. Jarvik

Chapter 13 The Tobacco Withdrawal Syndrome-----158
Saul M. Shiffman

Chapter 14 Implications and Directions for Future Research-----186
Norman A. Krasnegor

Participants in Symposium on Cigarette Smoking as a Dependence Process-----190

List of Monographs-----191

Archive Home | Accessibility | Privacy | FOIA (NIH) | Current NIDA Home Page
National Institutes of Health logo_Department of Health and Human Services Logo The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) is part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) , a component of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Questions? See our Contact Information. . The U.S. government's official web portal