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Jeff Sovern

My recollection of Martin Lindstrom's book Buyology is that when scientists performed brain scans on smokers, they found that cigarette warnings activated the craving part of their brains. The implication is that the smokers associated the warnings with the product they craved and so the warnings triggered the desire to smoke.

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