Brain activity following positive and negative performance feedback among abstinent smokers

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abstract: Although most cigarette smokers endorse a desire to quit and half try to do so each year, the vast majority will relapse within days of a quit attempt due to withdrawal symptoms. Emerging evidence has critically linked the habenula, a small and understudied brain region with reward processing, tobacco addiction, and nicotine withdrawal. Specifically, the habenula inhibits dopamine-releas...

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