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Pharmacological Adjuncts in Smoking Cessation

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 53 [Printed in 1985]

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Jerome Jaffe

Tobacco Use, Treatment Strategies, and Pharmacological Adjuncts: An Overview-----1
John Grabowski and Sharon M. Hall

Rational Basis for Chemotherapy of Tobacco Dependence-----15
R. Nemeth-Coslett and Jack E. Henningfield

The Titration Hypothesis Revisited: Nicotine Gum Reduces Smoking Intensity-----27
Ronald I. Herning, Reese T. Jones, and Patricio Fischman

Cardiovascular Effects of Nicotine Gum and Cigarettes Assessed by ECG and Echocardiography -----42
Janine Krivokapich, Nina G. Schneider, John S. Child, and Murray E. Jarvik

Characterization of Tobacco Withdrawal: Physiological and Subjective Effects-----56
Dorothy Hatsukami, John R. Hughes, and Roy Pickens

Short-Term Effects of Nicotine Gum-----68
John R. Hughes and Dorothy Hatsukami

Nicotine Gum vs. Placebo Gum: Comparisons of Withdrawal Symptoms and Success Rates-----83
Nina G. Schneider and Murray E. Jarvik

Nicotine Chewing Gum in Smoking Cessation: Efficiency, Nicotine Dependence, Therapy Duration and Clinical Recommendations-----102
Karl Olov Fagerstrom and Bo Mellin

Theoretical Background and Clinical Use of Nicotine Chewing Gum-----110
M. A. H. Russell and M. J. Jarvis

Psychological and Pharmacological Approaches to Smoking Relapse Prevention-----131
Sharon M. Hall and Joel D. Killen

List of NIDA Research Monographs-----144

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