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Social Smoking Moods and Behaviors Study


The Social Smoking Moods and Behaviors Study is a scientific research study that examines the effects of common substances like alcohol, stimulants, and sedatives on the moods and smoking behaviors of social smokers.

The Social Smoking Moods and Behaviors Study is conducted by researchers at the Clinical Addictions Research Laboratory (CARL) at the University of Chicago. We are currently recruiting volunteers (ages 21-35) to take part in this study.

Please take a few moments to learn more about the study by using the links to the right.

If you are interested in participating in this study and feel that you meet the qualifications, we encourage you to apply by completing a brief survey.

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For more information about related studies for social smokers, click here.


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