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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Damien Brevers
,
Jennifer Foucart
,
Ofir Turel
,
Anais Bertrand
,
Mikael Alaerts
,
Paul Verbanck
,
Charles Kornreich
, and
Antoine Bechara

studies involving human participants were in accordance with the 1964 Helsinki Declaration and its later amendments or comparable ethical standards. Each participant gave informed consent to the experimental procedure, which was approved by the

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. Experimental procedure Firstly, participants were guided to take their seats and provided with a brief introduction, including an overview of the tasks, the equipment used, and any relevant instructions for the experimental procedure. After this introduction

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standards. Each participant gave informed consent to the experimental procedure, which was approved by Institutional Review Board of California State University, Fullerton. Results We observed that very few participants

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Giovanni Martinotti
,
Eleonora Chillemi
,
Matteo Lupi
,
Luisa De Risio
,
Mauro Pettorruso
, and
Massimo Di Giannantonio

psychometric instruments and performed the stimulation procedure. ML developed the tDCS experimental procedure. LDR collaborated in both the evaluation and the writing procedures. MP prepared the literature review and tried to define the rationale of the study

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All experimental procedures which were carried out on the animals have been conducted in accordance with the Declaration of Helsinki and according to requirements of all applicable local and international standards, and had been approved by the

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,000 ms. The sequence of standard and deviant stimuli was randomized. Please refer to Fig. 1 for specific experimental procedures. Fig. 1. Schematic illustration of the experimental procedure and the stimuli examples. Each trial presented a single

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). Participants were included after meeting the inclusion criteria (see Supplementary Methods ) and were reimbursed with 50 euros plus additional task earning (∼20 euros). Experimental procedure After providing written consent, participants underwent ∼1 h of

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aged 2–4 month were chosen to be mated, and randomly distributed in smoking and non-smoking group. All animals were maintained under 12 h light/dark cycle with free access to food and water. Animal housing, care and application of experimental

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, handling, and all of the experimental procedures were carried out in accordance with the Ethics Committee on Animal Experimentation of University of Guilan. After the adaptation period (7 days), the rats were randomly divided into four experimental groups

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, participants were given information about the experimental procedures and provided informed consent. Next, the participants sat comfortably in a chair at a 70-cm distance (approximately) from a computer display where they performed the two computer-based tasks

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