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Increases in endogenous progesterone attenuate smoking in a cohort of nontreatment seeking women: An exploratory prospective study.

Nathaniel L Baker, Kevin M Gray, Viswanathan Ramakrishnan, Rachel L Tomko, Erin A McClure, Matthew J Carpenter, Michael E Saladin,

Despite advances in prevention and treatment, cigarette smoking remains a leading cause of preventable death in the United States. Although men and women are equally likely to attempt to quit smoking cigarettes, women are far less likely to achieve abstinence both during and following cessation treatment. Recent evidence suggests that ... Read more >>

Addict Biol (Addiction biology)
[2020, :e12918]

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Examining sex, adverse childhood experiences, and oxytocin on neuroendocrine reactivity in smokers.

Caitlyn O Hood, Rachel L Tomko, Nathaniel L Baker, Breanna M Tuck, Julianne C Flanagan, Matthew J Carpenter, Kevin M Gray, Michael E Saladin, Erin A McClure,

Adverse childhood experiences (ACE) are associated with greater neuroendocrine responses to social stress in substance users. The neuropeptide oxytocin might attenuate this relationship. Given sex differences in ACE exposure and neuroendocrine stress reactivity, it is unknown whether this association is similar for males and females. Therefore, this secondary analysis evaluated ... Read more >>

Psychoneuroendocrinology (Psychoneuroendocrinology)
[2020, 120:104752]

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Sex Differences in Subjective and Behavioral Responses to Stressful and Smoking Cues Presented in the Natural Environment of Smokers.

Rachel L Tomko, Michael E Saladin, Nathaniel L Baker, Erin A McClure, Matthew J Carpenter, Viswanathan R Ramakrishnan, Bryan W Heckman, Jennifer M Wray, Katherine T Foster, Stephen T Tiffany, Christopher L Metts, Kevin M Gray,

INTRODUCTION:Some evidence suggests that female smokers may show more context-dependent smoking and that males may show more stereotyped smoking (regardless of stress or cue exposure). The goal of this study was to characterize sex differences in response to stressful and smoking cues ecologically presented in daily life and variability in ... Read more >>

Nicotine Tob. Res. (Nicotine & tobacco research : official journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco)
[2020, 22(1):81-88]

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The influence of gender and oxytocin on stress reactivity, cigarette craving, and smoking in a randomized, placebo-controlled laboratory relapse paradigm.

Erin A McClure, Nathaniel L Baker, Kevin M Gray, Caitlyn O Hood, Rachel L Tomko, Matthew J Carpenter, Viswanathan R Ramakrishnan, Cole J Buchanan, Michael E Saladin,

RATIONALE:Female cigarette smokers tend to show greater cessation failure compared with males. Variables that contribute to the maintenance of smoking, including stress and craving, may differentially impact male and female smokers. Novel pharmacotherapies, such as oxytocin, may attenuate stress reactivity and craving in smokers, but work in this area is ... Read more >>

Psychopharmacology (Berl.) (Psychopharmacology)
[2020, 237(2):543-555]

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Efficacy and Safety of Varenicline for Adolescent Smoking Cessation: A Randomized Clinical Trial.

Kevin M Gray, Nathaniel L Baker, Erin A McClure, Rachel L Tomko, Lindsay M Squeglia, Michael E Saladin, Matthew J Carpenter,

Importance:Cigarette smoking is the leading cause of preventable morbidity and mortality in the United States and worldwide, and most tobacco users begin smoking in adolescence. Although advances have yielded efficacious pharmacotherapies to complement smoking cessation counseling in adults, far less progress has been made in addressing tobacco use in adolescence. ... Read more >>

JAMA Pediatr (JAMA pediatrics)
[2019, :]

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High-Intensity Aerobic Exercise Acutely Increases Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor.

Ryan E Ross, Michael E Saladin, Mark S George, Chris M Gregory,

Aerobic exercise (AEx) exerts antidepressant effects, although the neurobiological mechanisms underlying such effects are not well understood. Reduced brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) and elevated cortisol have been implicated in the pathophysiology of depression and appear to normalize with antidepressant treatment. Thus, BDNF and cortisol may serve as biological targets for ... Read more >>

Med Sci Sports Exerc (Medicine and science in sports and exercise)
[2019, 51(8):1698-1709]

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An electronic, smart lighter to measure cigarette smoking: A pilot study to assess feasibility and initial validity.

Rachel L Tomko, Erin A McClure, Patrick A Cato, Julie B Wang, Matthew J Carpenter, Joshua L Karelitz, Brett Froeliger, Michael E Saladin, Kevin M Gray,

Understanding variability in smoking patterns may inform smoking cessation interventions. Retrospective reports of cigarettes smoked per day may be biased and typically do not provide temporal precision regarding when cigarettes are smoked. However, real-time, user-initiated tracking, such as logging each time a cigarette is smoked, can be burdensome over long ... Read more >>

Addict Behav (Addictive behaviors)
[2019, 98:106052]

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Prospects for reconsolidation-focused treatments of substance use and anxiety-related disorders.

Daniel J Paulus, Sunjeev K Kamboj, Ravi K Das, Michael E Saladin,

Memories are often conceptualized as permanent entities; however, retrieval of memories via stimulus prompts can return them to an active state, which initiates a period of lability before the memories are reconsolidated into long-term storage. Importantly, during this period, memories can be disrupted/altered. A growing body of work has focused ... Read more >>

Curr Opin Psychol (Current opinion in psychology)
[2019, 30:80-86]

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Multi-method assessment of distress tolerance and smoking-related factors among adult daily smokers.

Amanda R Mathew, Bryan W Heckman, Brett Froeliger, Michael E Saladin, Richard A Brown, Brian Hitsman, Matthew J Carpenter,

Although distress tolerance (DT) is associated with smoking lapse and relapse outcomes, few studies have conducted a rigorous assessment of DT across domain and method in the context of acute abstinence. In a human laboratory-based study of 106 adult daily smokers, we examined between multiple indices of DT and smoking ... Read more >>

Exp Clin Psychopharmacol (Experimental and clinical psychopharmacology)
[2019, 27(2):136-145]

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Modulation of naturalistic maladaptive memories using behavioural and pharmacological reconsolidation-interfering strategies: a systematic review and meta-analysis of clinical and 'sub-clinical' studies.

Katie H Walsh, Ravi K Das, Michael E Saladin, Sunjeev K Kamboj,

BACKGROUND:Consolidated memories can undergo enduring modification through retrieval-dependent treatments that modulate reconsolidation. This represents a potentially transformative strategy for weakening or overwriting the maladaptive memories that underlie substance use and anxiety/trauma-related disorders. However, modulation of naturalistic maladaptive memories may be limited by 'boundary conditions' imposed on the reconsolidation process by ... Read more >>

Psychopharmacology (Berl.) (Psychopharmacology)
[2018, 235(9):2507-2527]

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Does cessation fatigue predict smoking-cessation milestones? A longitudinal study of current and former smokers.

Bryan W Heckman, Jennifer Dahne, Lisa J Germeroth, Amanda R Mathew, Elizabeth J Santa Ana, Michael E Saladin, Matthew J Carpenter,

OBJECTIVE:Long-term abstinence can be undermined by cessation fatigue-an exhaustion of coping resources attributable to quitting smoking/staying quit. The current study examines the predictive validity of a Cessation Fatigue Scale (CFS; three subscales). Among current smokers, we hypothesized higher fatigue would predict longer latency to both quit initiation and achieving 7-day ... Read more >>

J Consult Clin Psychol (Journal of consulting and clinical psychology)
[2018, 86(11):903-914]

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Intolerance for smoking abstinence among nicotine-deprived, treatment-seeking smokers.

Lisa J Germeroth, Nathaniel L Baker, Michael E Saladin,

INTRODUCTION:The Intolerance for Smoking Abstinence Discomfort Questionnaire (IDQ-S) assesses distress tolerance specific to nicotine withdrawal. Though developed to assess withdrawal-related distress, the IDQ-S has not been validated among nicotine-deprived, treatment-seeking smokers. The present study extended previous research by examining the predictive utility of the IDQ-S among abstinent, motivated-to-quit smokers. METHODS:Abstinent, ... Read more >>

Addict Behav (Addictive behaviors)
[2018, 84:13-19]

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Effect of a Brief Memory Updating Intervention on Smoking Behavior: A Randomized Clinical Trial.

Lisa J Germeroth, Matthew J Carpenter, Nathaniel L Baker, Brett Froeliger, Steven D LaRowe, Michael E Saladin,

Importance:Recent research on addiction-related memory processes suggests that protracted extinction training following brief cue-elicited memory retrieval (ie, retrieval-extinction [R-E] training) can attenuate/eradicate the ability of cues to elicit learned behaviors. One study reported that cue-elicited craving among detoxified heroin addicts was substantially attenuated following R-E training and through 6-month follow-up. ... Read more >>

JAMA Psychiatry (JAMA psychiatry)
[2017, 74(3):214-223]

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Alcohol consumption as a predictor of reactivity to smoking and stress cues presented in the natural environment of smokers.

Rachel L Tomko, Michael E Saladin, Erin A McClure, Lindsay M Squeglia, Matthew J Carpenter, Stephen T Tiffany, Nathaniel L Baker, Kevin M Gray,

BACKGROUND AND RATIONALE:The high prevalence of co-occurring alcohol and tobacco use underscores the importance of understanding the influence of alcohol consumption on risk factors for smoking and relapse. Alcohol has been shown to impact reactivity to smoking and stress-related cues, both of which are common antecedents to smoking and smoking ... Read more >>

Psychopharmacology (Berl.) (Psychopharmacology)
[2017, 234(3):427-435]

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Determining menstrual phase in human biobehavioral research: A review with recommendations.

Alicia M Allen, Aimee L McRae-Clark, Samantha Carlson, Michael E Saladin, Kevin M Gray, Cora Lee Wetherington, Sherry A McKee, Sharon S Allen,

Given the volume and importance of research focusing on menstrual phase, a review of the strategies being used to identify menstrual phase and recommendations that will promote methodological uniformity in the field is needed. We conducted a literature review via Ovid Medline and PsycINFO. Our goal was to review methods ... Read more >>

Exp Clin Psychopharmacol (Experimental and clinical psychopharmacology)
[2016, 24(1):1-11]

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Systematic and meta-analytic review of research examining the impact of menstrual cycle phase and ovarian hormones on smoking and cessation.

Andrea H Weinberger, Philip H Smith, Sharon S Allen, Kelly P Cosgrove, Michael E Saladin, Kevin M Gray, Carolyn M Mazure, Cora Lee Wetherington, Sherry A McKee,

INTRODUCTION:To determine the effect of ovarian hormones on smoking, we conducted a systematic review of menstrual cycle effects on smoking (i.e., ad lib smoking, smoking topography, and subjective effects) and cessation-related behaviors (i.e., cessation, withdrawal, tonic craving, and cue-induced craving). METHODS:Thirty-six papers were identified on MEDLINE that included a menstrual-related ... Read more >>

Nicotine Tob. Res. (Nicotine & tobacco research : official journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco)
[2015, 17(4):407-421]

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Gender differences in responses to cues presented in the natural environment of cigarette smokers.

Jennifer M Wray, Kevin M Gray, Erin A McClure, Matthew J Carpenter, Stephen T Tiffany, Michael E Saladin,

Although the evidence is mixed, female smokers appear to have more difficulty quitting smoking than male smokers. Craving, stress, and negative affect have been hypothesized as potential factors underlying gender differences in quit rates.In the current study, the cue-reactivity paradigm was used to assess craving, stress, and negative affect in ... Read more >>

Nicotine Tob. Res. (Nicotine & tobacco research : official journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco)
[2015, 17(4):438-442]

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Menstrual cycle phase effects in the gender dimorphic stress cue reactivity of smokers.

Michael E Saladin, Jennifer M Wray, Matthew J Carpenter, Erin A McClure, Steven D LaRowe, Himanshu P Upadhyaya, Kevin M Gray,

We previously reported that female smokers evidence greater subjective craving and stress/emotional reactivity to personalized stress cues than males. The present study employed the same dataset to assess whether females in the follicular versus luteal phase of the menstrual cycle accounted for the gender differences.Two objective criteria, onset of menses ... Read more >>

Nicotine Tob. Res. (Nicotine & tobacco research : official journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco)
[2015, 17(5):607-611]

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Increasing progesterone levels are associated with smoking abstinence among free-cycling women smokers who receive brief pharmacotherapy.

Michael E Saladin, Erin A McClure, Nathaniel L Baker, Matthew J Carpenter, Viswanathan Ramakrishnan, Karen J Hartwell, Kevin M Gray,

Preclinical and human laboratory research suggests that (a) progesterone may decrease drug reward, craving, and smoking behavior, and (b) estradiol may enhance drug reward and smoking behavior. A modest majority of treatment research examining the relationship between menstrual cycle phase and outcomes suggests that the luteal menstrual phase, with its ... Read more >>

Nicotine Tob. Res. (Nicotine & tobacco research : official journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco)
[2015, 17(4):398-406]

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An exploratory short-term double-blind randomized trial of varenicline versus nicotine patch for smoking cessation in women.

Kevin M Gray, Erin A McClure, Nathaniel L Baker, Karen J Hartwell, Matthew J Carpenter, Michael E Saladin,

Within a parent study examining ovarian hormone effects on smoking cessation in women, we conducted an exploratory short-term trial of varenicline versus transdermal nicotine patch.Double-blind double-dummy randomized trial.Single-site out-patient research clinic in the United States.Female smokers, ages 18-45 years and averaging ≥10 cigarettes per day for at least 6 months (n=140).Participants ... Read more >>

Addiction (Addiction (Abingdon, England))
[2015, 110(6):1027-1034]

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Effects of experimental negative affect manipulations on ad libitum smoking: a meta-analysis.

Bryan W Heckman, Matthew J Carpenter, John B Correa, Jennifer M Wray, Michael E Saladin, Brett Froeliger, David J Drobes, Thomas H Brandon,

To quantify the effect of negative affect (NA), when manipulated experimentally, upon smoking as measured within laboratory paradigms. Quantitative meta-analyses tested the effects of NA versus neutral conditions on (1) latency to smoke and (2) number of puffs taken.Twelve experimental studies tested the influence of NA induction, relative to a ... Read more >>

Addiction (Addiction (Abingdon, England))
[2015, 110(5):751-760]

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Affective motives for smoking among early stage smokers.

Amanda R Mathew, Amy E Wahlquist, Elizabeth Garrett-Mayer, Kevin M Gray, Michael E Saladin, Matthew J Carpenter,

As most smokers initiate smoking during adolescence, assessment of smoking motives that underlie trajectories of dependence is critical for both prevention and cessation efforts. In the current study, we expected participants with higher nicotine dependence would smoke (a) less for positive reinforcement (PR) and (b) more for negative reinforcement (NR) ... Read more >>

Nicotine Tob. Res. (Nicotine & tobacco research : official journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco)
[2014, 16(10):1387-1393]

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D-cycloserine combined with cue exposure therapy fails to attenuate subjective and physiological craving in cocaine dependence.

Elizabeth J Santa Ana, James J Prisciandaro, Michael E Saladin, Aimee L McRae-Clark, Stephanie R Shaftman, Paul J Nietert, Kathleen T Brady,

Based on preclinical studies showing that the partial N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) agonist D-cycloserine (DCS) facilitates extinction of cocaine self-administration and cocaine-induced conditioned place preference, we evaluated whether 50 mg of DCS would reduce craving to cocaine cues when combined with cue exposure (CE) in cocaine dependent humans.In this double-blind placebo-controlled pilot ... Read more >>

Am J Addict (The American journal on addictions)
[2015, 24(3):217-224]

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Impulsivity and cigarette craving among adolescent daily and occasional smokers.

Amanda R Mathew, Jessica L Burris, Brett Froeliger, Michael E Saladin, Matthew J Carpenter,

Impulsivity is a multi-dimensional construct that is robustly related to cigarette smoking. While underlying factors that account for this relation are not well understood, craving has been proposed as a central mechanism linking impulsivity to smoking. In order to further refine our understanding of associations between impulsivity and cigarette craving, ... Read more >>

Addict Behav (Addictive behaviors)
[2015, 45:134-138]

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Sustained reduction of nicotine craving with real-time neurofeedback: exploring the role of severity of dependence.

Melanie Canterberry, Colleen A Hanlon, Karen J Hartwell, Xingbao Li, Max Owens, Todd LeMatty, James J Prisciandaro, Jeffrey Borckardt, Michael E Saladin, Kathleen T Brady, Mark S George,

Neurofeedback delivered via real-time functional magnetic resonance imaging (rtfMRI) is a promising therapeutic technique being explored to facilitate self-regulation of craving in nicotine-dependent cigarette smokers. The current study examined the role of nicotine-dependence severity and the efficacy of multiple visits of neurofeedback from a single region of interest (ROI) in ... Read more >>

Nicotine Tob. Res. (Nicotine & tobacco research : official journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco)
[2013, 15(12):2120-2124]

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