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Investigating human behaviour by using an eye-tracking method in smokers

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), Addiction


This research will investigate the differences in behaviour by use of visual scanning tests and standardised questionnaires in regular cigarette smokers in comparison to healthy control participants.

Eligibility Criteria

Male, Female

19 to 65 years old

Daily Smoker (average 8 or more cigarettes per day)

No use of nicotine replacement therapy (e.g. nicotine patches, e-cigarettes/vapes or smoking cessation medications)

Able to attend 1 study visit (approx. 1.5 hours)

Study Tasks

Visual Scanning Tests
Health Screening
Clinical Interview
Self-Reports

Ethics

This study has been approved by Centre for Addictions and Mental Health Research Ethics Board (030-2019)

Keywords

Smoking
Cigarettes
Eye-Tracking
Quit Smoking
Smokers
Activity and Time

Psychology

Observational Study

Weekdays

1 hour(s) - 2 hour(s) per session

1 session(s)

Compensation

$30

Reimbursement

Transportation (TTC): $6.50

Study Address

175 College St Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5T 1P7

Posting date: Mar 3, 2020