Laboratory Produced Anxiety and Smoking Behavior: Puff One
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Reports shock-produced anxiety studies which investigate how smoking effects behavior during anxious and non-anxious experimental laboratory conditions. Finds smoking and/or shock increases heart rate, finds no significant differences in puff count or puff interval and recommends further study of heart rate, personality profiles, and human smoking behavior.
- Dunn, William L., Jr., Ph.D. (PM Smoker Psychology Principal Scientist 1970s-80s)Principal scientist at PM during the 1970s and 1980s, nicknamed the "Nicotine Kid." Supervised Victor DeNoble, Paul Mele, Carolyn Levy and others. Led "smoker psychology" programs for PM.
- Ryan, Frank J. (PM Scientist)Philip Morris scientist (circa 1973), developed smoker puff-profiles, compiled data on compensation and lip occlusion of ventilation holes. Associate Senior Scientist with PM, c. 1987.
- Carpenter, Robert D., M.D. (PM R&D Biological Inhalation Research)Defense
- Claflin, Warren E. (PM R&D Engineer, Process Development)Defense; Associate Principle Scientist
- Daylor, Frank L. (PM Gen. Products Development. Mgr., R&D)Was involved in flavor development for Philip Morris; worked for PM Research and Development in Products Development 1962-93.
- Fagan, Raymond (PM Principal Scientist c. 1968-83)Principal Scientist at Philip Morris Research Center in Richmond, Virginia, between around 1968-84.
- Gannon, Walter F.Manager Gapsis
- Hancock, Barbara (PM research scientist, early 1970s)Worked with Frank J. Ryan at Philip Morris doing puff studies.
- Jones, R.T. (BATCO GR&DC)R. T. Jones was with BATCO-GR&DC. (Source: NM Tobacco Companies Personnel List)
- Lowitz, Dr. David (PM Research Manager)Defense
- Osdene, Thomas Stefan, Ph.D. (Director of Science and Technology, Philip Morris )Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry. Ten years of research when he started with PM in 1965. Worked in Chemical Research Division of PM 1965-66; Chemical and Biological Research Division 1966-69; Director of Research 1969-1984, also assumed independent position as Director of Research and Extramural Studies during these years; became Director of Science and Technology in 1984, reporting directly to Philip Morris USA Executive VP Mark Serrano. Involved with Center for Indoor Air Research (CIAR) 1988. Attended PM's Operation Downunder Conference in June, 1987. Retired 1993.
- Osmalov, Jerome "Jerry" S. (Joined PM in Dec. 1964 to work on filter development)
- Resnik, Frank Edward (Vice Pres., then Pres. and Chairman of Bd, Philip Morris)TI Executive Committee. Proté§© of Clifford Goldsmith. Vice President Philip Morris, Inc. from 1979 to 1984. President in 1984 and served on the Board of Directors from 1985 to 1989.
- Schori, Tom R. (PM's Behavioral Research Scientist, 1974)Research Scientist involved in the Behavioral Research Program in 1974 at Philip Morris.
- Thomson, Richard N. (PM Development Director, scientist)Defense
- Wakeham, Helmut R. R., Ph.D. (PM R&D VP)Vice President and Director of Research & Development, Philip Morris
- Weissbecker, Ludwig (conducted Philip Morris research on cat trachea cilia)
- Will, Fritz, III (PM Manager)Defense
- Inhalation ProfileAre cigarettes designed to cater to individual inhalation profiles?
- Measuring human intakeDevelopment of scientifically valid procedures for measuring tar and nicotine levels that more accurately reflect human intake.
- Measuring human smoking behaviorMeasuring the effects of changes in human smoking behavior on intake of nicotine and smoke constituents.
- Sensory targetingTargeting of smokers through changes in sensory characteristics
- Sensory effectsTechnologies used to measure, control, or alter sensory effects
- Behavioral effects (Behavioral pharmacology)Addiction behavior, withdrawal, and measured nicotine effects
- Cardiovascular system (Heart)
- Flavor/ Taste (Attribute measure)
- Human testing
- Mouth feel (Mouthfull)
- Puff interval (Time between puffs)
- Puff volume (Puff amount)
- Total particulate matter (TPM or Tar)
- Smoke Constituent
- Total particulate matter
- Cardiovascular Effects (Health Effects)
- Effects—Smoking Behavior (Effects)
- Puff Count (Measures)
- Sensory Effects—Taste (Effects)
- Tar (Measures)
- Test/Inhalation (Testing)
- Test/Smoking Behavior (Testing)
- Marlboro (PM)