Examining the influence of incentives on inhibitory control in late adolescent and adult smokers

The primary objectives of this project are to examine behavioral and brain responses evoked during a rewarded inhibitory control (antisaccade) task and assess whether responses are related to age (late adolescent [defined here as 18-19 years old] vs. adult [25-65 years]), reward contingency (reward vs. neutral), and current smoking status (abstinent vs. non-abstinent).

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The primary objectives of this project are to examine behavioral and brain responses evoked during a rewarded inhibitory control (antisaccade) task and assess how these responses may be related to age (late adolescent vs. adult), reward contingency (reward vs. neutral), and smoking status.