Cannabis Use
Research Study
Researchers at the University of Colorado want to learn more about how cannabis use may affect mood and mental health in young people ages 14-25.
Compensation Provided
Conducted in Denver Metro Area
You have used Cannabis in the Past Month AND have a Sibling

14 - 25 Years Old
Fast Facts
About Our Research Study
The University of Colorado is conducting a research study to learn more about the effects of THC on teens and young adults.
Adolescent cannabis use is associated with several long-term consequences later in life, but more research is needed to understand the short-term effects. Our researchers want to study how cannabis use may influence young people's mood, mental health, and thinking.

You may be eligible to participate if you are between the ages of 14-25, have used marijuana in the past month, and have a sibling who is also willing to participate.

This study is designed for the researcher to learn more about adolescent and young adult marijuana use. This study is not designed to treat any illness or to improve your health. Further cannabis research by joining our compensated study today!
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