Biological intervention: Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT)

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  • A problem with NRT is that it does not deal with ____________ that smokers make with cigarettes. (12)
  • A strength of this therapy is that it does not have the _______ chemicals in cigarettes. (7)
  • Another problem with the drug is that you could become _________ on the nicotine instead of the drug. (9)
  • It seems to ___________ the brains nicotine receptors, meaning that smoking an actual cigarette will be quite dissatisfying. (11)
  • NRT also has ____ effects. (4)
  • NRT only _______ the problem, it does not solve it. (7)
  • NRT only treats the __________ condition. (10)
  • NRT provides ________ reinforcement because they deliver stress reliving effects. (8)

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