Effects of Stimulants on Behavioral and Neural Markers of Social Motivation, Ability, and Neural Markers of Social Function (MASM)

To study the effects of MDMA, compared to a prototypical stimulant, on social motivation, social ability, and neural indices of social function in healthy volunteers.

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Status Recruiting
Start date 01 May 2022
End date 01 July 2023
Chance of happening 99%
Phase Phase I
Design Blinded
Type Interventional
Generation First
Participants 36
Sex All
Age 18- 40
Therapy No

Trial Details

To study the effects of MDMA, compared to a prototypical stimulant, on social motivation, social ability, and neural indices of social function in healthy volunteers

NCT Number NCT05379959

Sponsors & Collaborators

University of Chicago
Research with psychedelics is taking place at the Human Behavioral Pharmacology Lab at the University of Chicago.

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