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Protocol - Expectancies - Alcohol, Cigarette Smoking, and Other Smoking - Marijuana

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Description:

The Marijuana Effect Expectancy Questionnaire (MEEQ) contains 78 items that describe the effects of marijuana on respondents. Respondents are asked to rate their experiences on a 5-point Likert scale to indicate agreement or disagreement. The MEEQ has 6 scales (6–13 items per scale) - Cognitive and Behavioral Impairment, Relaxation and Tension Reduction, Social and Sexual Facilitation, Perceptual and Cognitive Enhancement, Global Negative Effects, and Craving and Physical Effects. A shorter version of the MEEQ contains 48 items across the same 6 scales (6–10 items per scale).

Protocol:

The following questions ask about the effects of marijuana. Read each question carefully and respond according to your own personal thoughts, feelings, and beliefs about marijuana now. We are interested in what you think about marijuana, regardless of what other people might think. Whether or not you have had actual experiences with marijuana, you are to answer in terms of your beliefs about marijuana. It is important that you answer every question. There are no right or wrong answers.

Please be honest. Remember, your answers are confidential. Respond to these items according to what you personally believe to be true about a moderate amount of marijuana - however you define moderate.

If you have never used marijuana, answer according to how you think it would affect you if did use it.

Select a number which shows how much you agree or disagree with each item:

There are no right or wrong answers.

1. Marijuana makes small things seem intensely interesting.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

2. Smoking marijuana makes me hungry.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

3. Smoking marijuana increases my craving for things.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

4. I get a sense of relaxation from smoking marijuana.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

5. Smoking marijuana makes me less tense or relieves anxiety; it helps me to unwind.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

6. Marijuana makes me carefree, and I do not care about my problems as much.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

7. I am not concerned about how others evaluate me when I am on marijuana.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

8. Marijuana makes me talk more than usual.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

9. I feel like I can focus on one thing better when I smoke marijuana.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

10. When I smoke marijuana I do not feel insecure.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

11. Marijuana makes me say things I do not mean.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

12. I am more sociable when I smoke marijuana.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

13. Smoking marijuana makes me feel like part of the group.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

14. If I have been smoking marijuana, it is harder for me to concentrate and understand the meaning of what is being said.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

15. Marijuana slows thinking and actions.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

16. I become more creative or imaginative on marijuana.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

17. If I have been smoking marijuana it is harder to remember things.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

18. Things seem unreal and I feel out of touch with what is going on around me when I smoke marijuana.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

19. When I smoke marijuana it helps me escape reality.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

20. Marijuana makes me giggly and laugh a lot.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

21. When I smoke marijuana I feel like I have heavy feet and no coordination.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

22. Music sounds different when I smoke marijuana.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

23. Marijuana tastes and smells bad.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

24. I have a happy, good feeling when I smoke marijuana.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

25. Marijuana causes me to lose control and become careless.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

26. Marijuana makes it easier to escape from problems and responsibilities.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

27. I am less motivated when I smoke marijuana.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

28. Marijuana can cause me to become depressed and disappointed with myself.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

29. Marijuana causes euphoria (strong sense of well-being).

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

30. Marijuana can make my feelings change from happy to sad.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

31. I act excited when I smoke marijuana.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

32. Marijuana does not make me feel more romantic or attracted to members of the opposite sex.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

33. After smoking marijuana my eyelids feel heavy and I become drowsy.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

34. Marijuana can make me angry and possibly violent.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

35. After the "high" of smoking marijuana, I feel down.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

36. Marijuana does not alter my personality.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

37. I feel sexy or more interested in sex after smoking marijuana.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

38. Marijuana makes me critical and short-tempered.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

39. I get the "munchies" (craving for snacks) when I smoke marijuana.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

40. It is difficult for me to express my thoughts clearly if I have been smoking marijuana.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

41. Marijuana makes my mouth seem dry.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

42. Marijuana makes me calm.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

43. Marijuana changes my perception of time and distance.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

44. I am more relaxed in social situations if I have been smoking marijuana.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

45. I have a better time at parties if I am smoking marijuana.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

46. Marijuana makes reaction times slower.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

47. I am more willing to do things that I normally would not do when I smoke marijuana.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

48. Smoking marijuana is similar to being "high" from drinking alcohol.

1 [ ] DISAGREE STRONGLY

2 [ ] DISAGREE SOMEWHAT

3 [ ] UNCERTAIN

4 [ ] AGREE SOMEWHAT

5 [ ] AGREE STRONGLY

Scoring Procedure and Interpretation

The 48 items of the Marijuana Effect Expectancy Questionnaire (MEEQ) comprise the following 6 scales (Aarons et al., 2001):

(1) Cognitive and Behavioral Impairment: items 14, 15, 17, 18, 21, 33, 36*, 40, 43, and 46

(2) Relaxation and Tension Reduction: items 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 26, 42, and 44

(3) Social and Sexual Facilitation: items 8, 12, 13, 24, 27*, 31, 32*, 45, and 47

(4) Perceptual and Cognitive Enhancement: items 1, 9, 16, 19, 22, 26, 29, and 37

(5) Global Negative Effects: items 11, 23, 25, 28, 30, 34, 35, 38, and 48

(6) Craving and Physical Effects: items 2, 3, 20, 33, 39, and 41

The score for each scale is calculated by averaging the item scores, i.e., totaling the item scores and dividing by the number of items in the scale. Each item is scored on a 1 to 5 scale (Disagree Strongly = 1 and Agree Strongly = 5), except the items marked with an asterisk (*) which should be reverse-scored (Strongly Disagree = 5 and Strongly Agree = 1). Of note, item 26 appears on scales 2 and 4, and item 33 appears on scales 1 and 6. The scoring scheme reflects factors identified in the original publications. Factor structure may differ in individual studies.

Protocol Name from Source:

Marijuana Effect Expectancy Questionnaire (MEEQ)

Availability:

Publicly available

Personnel and Training Required

None

Equipment Needs

None

Requirements
Requirement CategoryRequired
Major equipment No
Specialized training No
Specialized requirements for biospecimen collection No
Average time of greater than 15 minutes in an unaffected individual No
Mode of Administration

Self-administered questionnaire

Life Stage:

Adolescent, Adult, Senior

Participants:

Adolescents and adults aged 13 years and older

Specific Instructions:

The Substance Abuse and Addiction Working Group acknowledges that the following questions may gather sensitive information relating to the use of substances and/or illegal conduct. If the information is released, it might be damaging to an individual’s employability, lead to social stigmatization, or lead to other consequences.

Most researchers assure confidentiality as part of their informed consent process, as required by their institutional review boards. When assessing minors with these questions, it may be necessary to obtain informed consent from a parent of the adolescent. Further assurance of confidentiality may be obtained by applying to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for a Certificate of Confidentiality, which helps researchers protect the privacy of human research participants. The procedures for the Certificate of Confidentiality can be found at the Grants Policy website of the NIH: http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/policy/coc/index.htm.

Selection Rationale

The 48-item Marijuana Effect Expectancy Questionnaire (MEEQ) is a psychometrically sound instrument. Internal consistency is generally good for both adolescents and adults, and test-retest coefficients over a two-year period are moderate.

Language

English

Standards
StandardNameIDSource
Common Data Elements (CDE) Marijuana Effect Expectancy Questionnaire (MEEQ) Assessment Score 3332497 CDE Browser
Derived Variables

None

Process and Review

The Expert Review Panel #3 (ERP 3) reviewed the measures in Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Substances, and Substance Abuse and Addiction domains.

Guidance from ERP 3 includes:

• Measure name change.

• Changed name of Measure

• Updated protocol

• New Data Dictionary

Back-compatible: NA no changes to Data Dictionary

Source

Aarons, G. A., Brown, S. A., Stice, E., & Coe, M. T. (2001). Psychometric evaluation of the marijuana and stimulant effect expectancy questionnaires for adolescents. Addictive Behaviors, 26(2), 219–236.

Schafer, J., & Brown, S. A. (1991). Marijuana and cocaine effect expectancies and drug use patterns. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 59(4), 558–565.

General References

Galen, L. W., & Henderson, M. J. (1999). Validation of cocaine and marijuana effect expectancies in a treatment setting. Addictive Behaviors, 24(5), 719–724.

Hayaki, J., Hagerty, C. E., Herman, D. S., de Dios, M. A., Anderson, B. J., & Stein, M. D. (2010). Expectancies and marijuana use frequency and severity among young females. Addictive Behaviors, 35(11), 995–1000.

Protocol ID:

520404

Variables:
Export Variables
Variable NameVariable IDVariable DescriptionVersiondbGaP Mapping
PX520404_Act_Excited_Marijuana PX520404310000 I act excited when I smoke marijuana. 4 N/A
PX520404_After_Marijuana_High_Feel_Down PX520404350000 After the "high" of smoking marijuana, I feel down. 4 N/A
PX520404_Better_Time_Parties_Marijuana PX520404450000 I have a better time at parties if I am smoking marijuana. 4 N/A
PX520404_Can_Focus_Better_Marijuana PX520404090000 I feel like I can focus on one thing better when I smoke marijuana. 4 N/A
PX520404_Difficult_Express_Thoughts_Marijuana PX520404400000 It is difficult for me to express my thoughts clearly if I have been smoking marijuana. 4 N/A
PX520404_Do_Things_Normally_Wouldnt__Marijuana PX520404470000 I am more willing to do things that I normally would not do when I smoke marijuana. 4 N/A
PX520404_Feel_Sexy_Marijuana PX520404370000 I feel sexy or more interested in sex after smoking marijuana. 4 N/A
PX520404_Get_Munchies_Marijuana PX520404390000 I get the "munchies" (craving for snacks) when I smoke marijuana. 4 N/A
PX520404_Happy_Feeling_Marijuana PX520404240000 I have a happy, good feeling when I smoke marijuana. 4 N/A
PX520404_Less_Motivated_Marijuana PX520404270000 I am less motivated when I smoke marijuana. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Causes_Euphoria PX520404290000 Marijuana causes euphoria (strong sense of well-being). 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Changes_Perception_Time_Distance PX520404430000 Marijuana changes my perception of time and distance. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Change_From_Happy_To_Sad PX520404300000 Marijuana can make my feelings change from happy to sad. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Depressed_And_Disappointed PX520404280000 Marijuana can cause me to become depressed and disappointed with myself. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Does_Not_Alter_Personality PX520404360000 Marijuana does not alter my personality. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Escape_Problems_Responsibilities PX520404260000 Marijuana makes it easier to escape from problems and responsibilities. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Escape_Reality PX520404190000 When I smoke marijuana it helps me escape reality. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Eyelids_Feel_Heavy PX520404330000 After smoking marijuana my eyelids feel heavy and I become drowsy. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Harder_To_Concentrate_Understand PX520404140000 If I have been smoking marijuana, it is harder for me to concentrate and understand the meaning of what is being said. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Harder_To_Remember_Things PX520404170000 If I have been smoking marijuana it is harder to remember things. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Heavy_Feet PX520404210000 When I smoke marijuana I feel like I have heavy feet and no coordination. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Helps_Me_To_Unwind PX520404050000 Smoking marijuana makes me less tense or relieves anxiety; it helps me to unwind. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_High_Similar_To_Alcohol PX520404480000 Smoking marijuana is similar to being "high" from drinking alcohol. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Lose_Control_Careless PX520404250000 Marijuana causes me to lose control and become careless. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Makes_Me_Calm PX520404420000 Marijuana makes me calm. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Makes_Me_Carefree PX520404060000 Marijuana makes me carefree, and I do not care about my problems as much. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Makes_Me_Critical PX520404380000 Marijuana makes me critical and short-tempered. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Makes_Me_Giggly PX520404200000 Marijuana makes me giggly and laugh a lot. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Makes_Me_Talk_More PX520404080000 Marijuana makes me talk more than usual. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Makes_Me_Violent PX520404340000 Marijuana can make me angry and possibly violent. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Makes_Mouth_Dry PX520404410000 Marijuana makes my mouth seem dry. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Makes_Reaction_Times_Slower PX520404460000 Marijuana makes reaction times slower. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Makes_Small_Things_Interesting PX520404010000 Marijuana makes small things seem intensely interesting. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Not_Feel_Insecure PX520404100000 When I smoke marijuana I do not feel insecure. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Not_Make_Me_Romantic PX520404320000 Marijuana does not make me feel more romantic or attracted to members of the opposite sex. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Say_Things_Dont_Mean PX520404110000 Marijuana makes me say things I do not mean. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Slows_Thinking_Actions PX520404150000 Marijuana slows thinking and actions. 4 N/A
PX520404_Marijuana_Tastes_And_Smells_Bad PX520404230000 Marijuana tastes and smells bad. 4 N/A
PX520404_More_Creative_On_Marijuana PX520404160000 I become more creative or imaginative on marijuana. 4 N/A
PX520404_More_Relaxed_Social_Situations_Marijuana PX520404440000 I am more relaxed in social situations if I have been smoking marijuana. 4 N/A
PX520404_More_Sociable_On_Marijuana PX520404120000 I am more sociable when I smoke marijuana. 4 N/A
PX520404_Music_Sounds_Different_Marijuana PX520404220000 Music sounds different when I smoke marijuana. 4 N/A
PX520404_Relaxation_From_Smoking_Marijuana PX520404040000 I get a sense of relaxation from smoking marijuana. 4 N/A
PX520404_Smoking_Marijuana_Increases_My_Craving PX520404030000 Smoking marijuana increases my craving for things. 4 N/A
PX520404_Smoking_Marijuana_Makes_Me_Feel_Like_Part_Of_The_Group. PX520404130000 Smoking marijuana makes me feel like part of the group. 4 N/A
PX520404_Smoking_Marijuana_Makes_Me_Hungry PX520404020000 Smoking marijuana makes me hungry. 4 N/A
PX520404_Unconcerned_About_Evaluation_Marijuana PX520404070000 I am not concerned about how others evaluate me when I am on marijuana. 4 N/A
PX520404_Unreal_OutOfTouch_Marijuana PX520404180000 Things seem unreal and I feel out of touch with what is going on around me when I smoke marijuana. 4 N/A
Research Domain Information
Measure Name:

Expectancies - Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Substances

Release Date:

November 21, 2016

Definition

Instruments used separately to assess expectations of the positive and negative effects of drinking alcohol, smoking cigarettes, using marijuana, using illegal stimulant drugs, or misusing prescription stimulant drugs.

Purpose

These five self-reported questionnaires separately assess expectations of drinking alcohol, smoking cigarettes, using marijuana, using illegal stimulant drugs, or misusing prescription stimulant drugs, by asking the respondents about possible consequences of such actions.

Keywords

Adderall®, Adolescent, Adult, Alcohol, Amphetamine, B-CEOA, Brief Comprehensive Effects of Alcohol Questionnaire, Cigarette, Cocaine, Concerta®, CEEQ, Cocaine Effect Expectancy Questionnaire, Dexedrine®, Dextroamphetamine, Drugs, Marijuana, Marijuana Effect Expectancy Questionnaire, MEEQ, Methylphenidate, Prescription stimulant expectancy questionnaire, PSEQ, Ritalin®, SAA, SCQ, SEEQ, Smoking, Smoking Consequences Questionnaire, Stimulant Effect Expectancy Questionnaire, Substance-specific Intermediate Phenotypes