Comparing Cigarette-Cue Attentional Bias Between People With HIV/AIDS and People With Opioid Use Disorder Who Smoke

Published: 26 August 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/g6yzzr34sx.1
Contributor:
Gopalkumar Rakesh

Description

This dataset comprises fixation time (FT) on cigarette cues (S) and neutral cues (N), measured with an eye tracker. Pairs of cues were presented for 1000 milliseconds and 2000 milliseconds. Cigarette cues encompassed either people smoking cigarettes or cigarette paraphernalia. Participants encompassed two populations - people living with HIV who smoke and people with opioid use disorder who smoke.

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University of Kentucky Medical Center

Categories

Cigarette Smoking, HIV/AIDS, Attentional Bias, Opioid Abuse

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