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Behavioral Economic Analysis of Demand for Marijuana

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Behavioral Economic Analysis of Demand for Marijuana

This laboratory study will employ a multi-session experimental design to examine the behavioral economic demand for marijuana, by studying effect of marijuana administration (High THC) on demand for marijuana, and marijuana smoking topography. The study will recruit 100 non-treatment seeking marijuana users who smoke marijuana at least twice weekly.

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Drug - Smoked marijuana cigarettes: High THC dose (6% THC)

Smoked marijuana cigarettes (High THC dose [6% THC])

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Behavioral Economic Analysis of Demand for Marijuana

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NCT03518567

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