Persisting on the past: Cross-sectional and prospective associations between sunk cost propensity and cannabis use.

46) evaluated the association between sunk cost bias propensity (using hypothetical costs and rewards) and frequency of cannabis use over the past 30 days. Greater sunk cost propensity was associated with more frequent cannabis use after controlling for demographics and alcohol use. In Experiment 2 (n View the Original article Read more…

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Illicit substance use after release from prison among formerly incarcerated primary care patients: a cross-sectional study.

montefiore.org.AbstractBACKGROUND: More than 80% of people in jail or prison report having used illicit substances in their lifetimes. After release from incarceration, resumption of substance use carries risks, including parole revocation, exacerbation of mental health conditions, transmission of infectious diseases, and drug overdose. METHODS: This cross-sectional study used baseline data Read more…

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