Altered subjective reward valuation among female heavy marijuana users.

Abstract

Maladaptive decision-making is a cardinal feature of drug use, contributing to ongoing use, and reflecting alterations in how drug users assess uncertain reward value. Accumulating evidence indicates the consequences of heavy marijuana use are worse for female versus male animals and humans, but research assessing sex differences in reward-related decision… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/pha0000101

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