Select one of the three views above to begin. The images will be displayed in a table on the left, with a slideshow panel on the right.
Clicking on an image on the left will set the slideshow to that image.
The slideshow can be used to manually or automatically flip through the images in order.
AUTHORS: Kelly M. Dumaisa*, Teresa R. Franklinb, Kanchana Jagannathanb, Nathan Hagerb, Michael Gawrysiakb, Jennifer Bettsa, Stacey Farmera, Emily Guthierb, Heather Paterb,
Amy C. Janes, Reagan R. Wetherill
ABSTRACT:Background:Biological sex influences cigarette smoking behavior. More men than women smoke, but women have a harder time quitting. Sex differences in smoking cue (SC) reactivity may underlie such behavioral differences. However, the influence of sex on brain reactivity to SCs has yielded inconsistent findings suggesting the need for continued study. Here, we investigated the effect of sex on SC reactivity across two sites using different imaging modalities and SC stimulus types.
Corresponding author at: McLean Imaging Center, McLean Hospital, 115 Mill Street, Belmont, MA, USA. E-mail address: email@example.com (K.M. Dumais)