Are you 26-55 years old and interested in quitting smoking? You may eligible for a study to test new methods aimed at helping individuals quit smoking. This is not a treatment study. This study includes 10 in-person visits. Study procedures involve completing questionnaires and undergoing an EEG (measures brain activity) and tDSC (non-invasive brain stimulation). Compensation is provided.
IRB: STUDY21020160- AAT + tDCS to reduce cue-induced craving and smoking behavior
MEET THE RESEARCHER
Cynthia A. Conklin, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh. A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, Dr. Conklin’s research interests include tDCS brain stimulation & combined therapies, as well as methods to reduce cue-reactivity in smokers.