Effect of d-amphetamine, secobarbital, and marijuana on choice behavior: social versus nonsocial options

@article{Heishman1989EffectOD,
  title={Effect of d-amphetamine, secobarbital, and marijuana on choice behavior: social versus nonsocial options},
  author={Stephen J. Heishman and Maxine L. Stitzer},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={1989},
  volume={99},
  pages={156-162}
}
The effects of oral d-amphetamine and secobarbital and smoked marijuana on human social conversation and preference for socializing were studied in three separate experiments. During experimental sessions, active drug or placebo was administered using an acute or divided dosing procedure. Subjects who received drug then engaged in a discrete-trial choice procedure in which they made a series of mutually exclusive choices between a social (talking with their nondrugged partner) and nonsocial… CONTINUE READING
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