Role of cigarette sensory cues in modifying puffing topography
Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 06/15/2012
Rees VW et al. – An associative learning model is proposed to explain the influence of chemosensory cues on variation in puffing topography. These cues are delivered via tobacco smoke and are moderated by design features and additives used in cigarettes. The implications for regulation of design features of modified risk tobacco products, which may act to promote intensive puffing while lowering risk perceptions, are discussed.