MDMA and methamphetamine: some paradoxical negative and positive mood changes in an acute dose laboratory study

@article{Parrott2011MDMAAM,
  title={MDMA and methamphetamine: some paradoxical negative and positive mood changes in an acute dose laboratory study},
  author={Andrew C. Parrott and Amy Gibbs and Andrew Scholey and Rebecca King and Katherine M. B. Owens and Phil Swann and E R Ogden and Con Stough},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={2011},
  volume={215},
  pages={527-536}
}
This study investigated the acute mood effects of oral MDMA, methamphetamine, and placebo in a double-blind laboratory study. Fifty-two healthy participants comprised abstinent recreational users of stimulant drugs, 27 female and 25 male, mean age 24.8 years. Three test sessions involved acute 100 mg oral 3.4-methylendioxymethamphetamine (MDMA), 0.42 mg/kg oral methamphetamine, and matching placebo. Drug administration was counterbalanced, testing was double-blind, and medical supervision was… CONTINUE READING

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