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Neurocognitive evidence for deficit in inhibitory control and risky decision making in smokers
وحيد نجاتي1, اسماعيل شيري
1- دانشجوي کارشناسي ارشد، گروه روان‌شناسي باليني کودک و نوجوان، دانشگاه شهيد بهشتي، تهران، ايران
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Aim and Blackguard: Evaluation and determination of involved neurocognitive mechanism in smoking can be helpful in treatment of this dependence.  Methods and Materials: Forty smokers with 40 non smokers participated in study with non probability sampling. In this retrospective study, Go/Nogo and Balloon Analogue Risk Taking Task are used for evaluation of inhibitory control and risky decision making respectively. T-Test was used for analysis.  Finding: Findings show that smokers and nonsmoker were similar in go stage of go/nogo task. In nogo stage smokers significantly have lower grad from nonsmokers. Smokers have higher risky decision in BART task. Conclusions: High risk taking and low inhibitory control could be considered as predisposing and influencing factors for smoking. KeyWords: Inhibitory Control, Risky Decision Making, Smoking
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Accepted: 2020/02/9 | Published: 2020/02/9

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