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Marijuana's Impact on Alcohol Motivation and Consumption

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Marijuana's Impact on Alcohol Motivation and Consumption

This laboratory study will employ a repeated measures experimental design to examine the effect of high (7.2% THC) and moderate (3% THC) dose of marijuana, relative to placebo, on alcohol craving and on behavioral economic measure of alcohol demand after exposure to alcohol cues, and on subsequent drinking in an alcohol choice task in which participants choose either to drink or receive monetary reinforcement for drinks not consume. The study will recruit 173 non-treatment seeking heavy episodic alcohol drinkers who smoke marijuana at least twice weekly.

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Drug - THC 7.2%

1 smoked marijuana cigarette with 7.2% THC

Drug - THC 3.0%

1 smoked marijuana cigarette with 3.0% THC

Drug - Placebo

1 smoked placebo marijuana cigarette

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Marijuana's Impact on Alcohol Motivation and Consumption

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NCT02983773

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