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Clinical Trial 19636
Study Type: Other
Phase of Study: N/A
- Thomas Brandon
Assessing the Impacts of Sensorimotor Stimuli and Nicotine Content on Cravings and Other Outcomes of E-Cigarette Use
The purpose of this study is to: Learn about e-cigarette users and how they react in different ways (such as craving, or enjoying the e-cigarette) to an e-cigarette provided. Participants will be recruited through flyers at local vape shops and community locations, online advertisements, within-lab referrals, and the undergraduate psychology participant pool (SONA).
Primary Aim 1: Test the main effect of delivery mechanism on outcome variables. Primary Aim 2: Assess the main effects of nicotine on outcome variables. Secondary Aim 1: Explore Condition Interactions. Secondary Aim 2: Exploration of participant characteristics as moderators of nicotine and sensorimotor delivery manipulation.