Nicotine, Endocrinology, Internal medicine, Psychiatry and Alcohol are her primary areas of study. Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin combines subjects such as Anesthesia, Abstinence, Nicotinic agonist and Craving with her study of Nicotine. She has researched Abstinence in several fields, including Morning, Fagerstrom Test for Nicotine Dependence, Nicotine dependence, Cotinine and Clinical psychology.
Her Psychiatry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Odds ratio, Logistic regression, Peer group and Cross-sectional study. Her Alcohol research includes themes of Ethanol and Naltrindole. Her research in Ethanol intersects with topics in Alcohol dependence, Self-administration, Antagonist, Saccharin and Placebo.
Her main research concerns Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Nicotine, Abstinence and Internal medicine. Her study looks at the relationship between Psychiatry and topics such as Logistic regression, which overlap with Substance use. Her work in Clinical psychology addresses issues such as Young adult, which are connected to fields such as Focus group.
Her study explores the link between Nicotine and topics such as Anesthesia that cross with problems in Naltrexone. The study incorporates disciplines such as Cotinine, Randomized controlled trial and Contingency management in addition to Abstinence. Her Internal medicine study deals with Endocrinology intersecting with Ethanol and Alcohol.
Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin mainly focuses on Nicotine, Clinical psychology, Addiction, Environmental health and Tobacco use. The Nicotine study combines topics in areas such as Food science, Flavor and Menthol. Her work in the fields of Impulsivity overlaps with other areas such as Permissive.
Her Addiction research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Quit smoking, Flavour and Cannabis. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Empirical research and Cigarette use. Her work in Injury prevention tackles topics such as Call to action which are related to areas like Psychiatry.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Nicotine, Clinical psychology, Menthol, Cigarette use and Addiction. Her work carried out in the field of Nicotine brings together such families of science as Snus, Smokeless tobacco and Abstinence. Her work on Psychometrics as part of general Clinical psychology research is frequently linked to Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Her Cigarette use research incorporates elements of Tobacco use, Prospective cohort study and Environmental health. When carried out as part of a general Addiction research project, her work on Addictive behavior is frequently linked to work in Regulatory science, Mandate, Rubric and Professional development, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Nicotine concentration is a subfield of Psychiatry that Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin studies.
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Time to first cigarette in the morning as an index of ability to quit smoking: Implications for nicotine dependence
Timothy B. Baker;Megan E. Piper;Danielle E. McCarthy;Daniel M. Bolt.
Nicotine & Tobacco Research (2007)
Naltrexone decreases craving and alcohol self- administration in alcohol-dependent subjects and activates the hypothalamo--pituitary--adrenocortical axis.
Stephanie S O'Malley;Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin;Conor Farren;Rajita Sinha.
Behavioral impulsivity predicts treatment outcome in a smoking cessation program for adolescent smokers.
Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin;Brady Reynolds;Amy M. Duhig;Anne Smith.
Drug and Alcohol Dependence (2007)
Reasons for Electronic Cigarette Experimentation and Discontinuation Among Adolescents and Young Adults
Grace Kong;Meghan E. Morean;Dana A. Cavallo;Deepa R. Camenga.
Nicotine & Tobacco Research (2015)
Video-Gaming Among High School Students: Health Correlates, Gender Differences, and Problematic Gaming
Rani A. Desai;Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin;Dana Cavallo;Marc N. Potenza.
Effects of Cigarette Smoking on Spatial Working Memory and Attentional Deficits in Schizophrenia: Involvement of Nicotinic Receptor Mechanisms
Kristi A. Sacco;Angelo Termine;Aisha Seyal;Melissa M. Dudas.
Archives of General Psychiatry (2005)
Varenicline Reduces Alcohol Self-Administration in Heavy-Drinking Smokers
Sherry A. McKee;Emily L.R. Harrison;Stephanie S. O'Malley;Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin.
Biological Psychiatry (2009)
Sex differences in [123I]β‐CIT SPECT measures of dopamine and serotonin transporter availability in healthy smokers and nonsmokers
Julie K. Staley;Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin;Sami Zoghbi;Gilles Tamagnan.
Perceived risks and benefits of smoking cessation: Gender-specific predictors of motivation and treatment outcome
Sherry A. McKee;Stephanie S. O'Malley;Peter Salovey;Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin.
Addictive Behaviors (2005)
Human tobacco smokers in early abstinence have higher levels of beta2* nicotinic acetylcholine receptors than nonsmokers.
Julie K. Staley;Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin;Kelly P. Cosgrove;Erica Krantzler.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2006)
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