McLernon, et al. (2008) reported that fMRI scans demonstrated that the
brains of smokers who try to quit smoking reacted to smoking related
cues, such as seeing pictures of someone smoking, more so than did
non-smokers. This is an objective demonstration and measurement of the
addictive effects of tobacco.
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