The Nicotine Dependence Clinic at CAMH invites individuals who regularly smoke tobacco cigarettes to participate in a brain imaging study. This research will investigate the effects of daily tobacco cigarette smoking use on brain responses to smoking cues and reward anticipation using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).
Aged 18 to 25
Able to attend one assessment visit (2 hours) and two study visits (3 hours each) on weekdays
Not pregnant, trying to conceive, or breastfeeding
This study has been approved by CAMH's Research Ethics Board (REB#091/2018)
2 hour(s) - 3 hour(s) per session
This study consists of 3 visits. The first visit is the assessment visit where we will determine eligibility. This session generally lasts 2 hours. The remaining sessions involve completing 2 brain imaging scans (functional MRI) and 2 eyetracking tasks. We will also have you complete questionnaires. Each session will take up to 3 hours.
Up to $200
175 College Street Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5T 1P7