Clinical Trial

Neural Correlates of Smokers' Exposure to Retail Environment

Study Description

GeoScan Smoking Study: Neural Correlates of Smokers' Exposure to Retail Environments

The purpose of the study is to learn more about the relationships between the brain, behavior, and natural daily exposure to particular environments, including the places where smokers regularly spend time and specific retail outlets.

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Behavioral - 7-11

Assigned to make a small (~$2.00) purchase from a 7-11 using a study-provided gift card during each retail environment visit. Specific store to be chosen by study team in consultation with participant according to convenience (near home/work/etc.).

Behavioral - CVS

Assigned to make a small (~$2.00) purchase from a CVS using a study-provided gift card during each retail environment visit. Specific store to be chosen by study team in consultation with participant according to convenience (near home/work/etc.).

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Neural and Geospatial Examination of Smokers' Exposure to Retail Environments

Clinical Trial ID

NCT04279483

ParticipAid ID

eVOYBa