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Cigarette craving in virtual reality cue exposure in abstainers and relapsed smokers

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Schröder, Benedikt ; Kroczek, Agnes ; Kroczek, Leon O. H. ; Ehlis, Ann-Christine ; Batra, Anil ; Mühlberger, Andreas
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 04 Apr 2024 05:34


Cue exposure therapy (CET) in substance-use disorders aims to reduce craving and ultimately relapse rates. Applying CET in virtual reality (VR) was proposed to increase its efficacy, as VR enables the presentation of social and environmental cues along with substance-related stimuli. However, limited success has been reported so far when applying VR-CET for smoking cessation. Understanding if ...


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