In this longitudinal study we perform repeated measures of risk attitude using a well-established risky decision-making paradigm in a cohort of patients with moderate to severe opioid use disorder undergoing standard out patient treatment. The goal is to determine the relationship between the variability in risk attitude parameters and patients' clinical state as well as investigating the predictive potential of these measures for their application to relapse prevention and overdose risk reduction.
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Observations: it is important to correct the principal investigator, intellectual property agreement, adjustment of dedication hours.
|Short title||Incertidumbre y adicción a opioides|
|Effective start/end date||3/1/18 → 3/1/20|
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