Stephen T. Higgins

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University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, United States 
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Bergeria CL, Heil SH, Davis DR, et al. (2019) Evaluating the utility of the modified cigarette evaluation questionnaire and cigarette purchase task for predicting acute relative reinforcing efficacy of cigarettes varying in nicotine content. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 197: 56-64
Nighbor TD, Zvorsky I, Kurti AN, et al. (2019) Examining interrelationships between the cigarette purchase task and delay discounting among pregnant women. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior
Ochalek TA, Parker MA, Higgins ST, et al. (2019) Fentanyl exposure among patients seeking opioid treatment. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. 96: 23-25
West JC, Villanti AC, Graham AL, et al. (2018) Tobacco Use and Cessation Behaviors in Young Adults: 2016 National Health Interview Survey. American Journal of Public Health. e1-e4
Nighbor TD, Doogan NJ, Roberts ME, et al. (2018) Smoking prevalence and trends among a U.S. national sample of women of reproductive age in rural versus urban settings. Plos One. 13: e0207818
Parker MA, Streck JM, Bergeria CL, et al. (2018) Reduced Nicotine Content Cigarettes and Cannabis Use in Vulnerable Populations. Tobacco Regulatory Science. 4: 84-91
Streck JM, Bergeria CL, Parker MA, et al. (2018) Response to reduced nicotine content cigarettes among smokers with chronic health conditions. Preventive Medicine Reports. 12: 321-329
Kurti AN, Bunn JY, Nighbor T, et al. (2018) Leveraging technology to address the problem of cigarette smoking among women of reproductive age. Preventive Medicine
Parker MA, Villanti AC, Quisenberry AJ, et al. (2018) Tobacco Product Harm Perceptions and New Use. Pediatrics
Henningfield JE, Higgins ST, Villanti AC. (2018) Are we guilty of errors of omission on the potential role of electronic nicotine delivery systems as less harmful substitutes for combusted tobacco use? Preventive Medicine
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