This study will evaluate the effect of counseling plus Approach Bias Modification on cannabis use and craving in people with cannabis use disorder. The study consists of a screening visit, four treatment visits and two follow-up visits. Participants will have 3 sessions of counseling, 4 sessions of Approach Bias Modification, and 3 cue reactivity sessions.
The purpose of this study is to investigate natural reward processing in cannabis users. Natural reward processing refers to how a person responds to enjoyable or stimulating non-drug experiences. Two groups will participate in the study: 1) people who use cannabis, and 2) people who do not use cannabis. The study will use personalized scripted imagery which involves developing and listening to a detailed story about a personal experience. Scripted imagery has been used to investigate responses to stress and drug experiences and will be used in this study to investigate responses to naturally rewarding experiences.