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Table 3 Examples of statements generated by the Concept Mapping process

From: Development and validation of an Opioid Attractiveness Scale: a novel measure of the attractiveness of opioid products to potential abusers

This form of opioid medication makes you nauseous
This form of opioid medication results in a high that allows you to function (go to work, drive etc)
This form of opioid medication doesn't affect your appearance
This form of opioid medication can be safely injected
This form of opioid medication is preferred by my friends
This form of opioid medication makes you indifferent
This form of opioid medication has a greater addiction potential
This form of opioid medication gives you a whole-body buzz/rush
This form of opioid medication is painful to use
This form of opioid medication makes me feel like I can do anything
This form of opioid medication makes me feel I can do more than usual
This form of opioid medication makes you excited and hyper
This form of opioid medication makes you feel sleepy
This form of opioid medication makes you incoherent (cannot communicate with others)
This form of opioid medication can be easily concealed or hidden
This form of opioid medication creates pleasant hallucinations
This form of opioid medication creates tolerance easily (must take more to get high)
This form of opioid medication heightens sexual feelings
This form of opioid medication makes you thirsty ('cotton mouth')
This form of opioid medication relieves your anxiety