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Correlates of cannabis vape-pen use and knowledge among U.S. college students


Abstract Introduction
The proliferation of electronic devices, such as vape-pens, has provided alternative means for cannabis use. Research has found cannabis-vaping (i.e., vape-pen use) is associated with lower perceived risks and higher cannabis use. Knowledge of these products may increase likelihood of subsequent use. As policies for cannabis shift, beliefs that peers and family approve of this substance use (injunctive norms) increase and there has been an increase in vape-pen use among young adults (18–35 year olds); however, correlates thereof remain unknown. Young adults often engage in cross-substance use with cannabis and alcohol, making alcohol a potential correlate of cannabis vape-pen use and knowledge. Therefore, we examined alcohol us... (more)
Created Date 2017-11-21
Contributor Frohe, Tessa (Author) / Leeman, Robert F. (Author) / Patock-Peckham, Julie (ASU author) / Ecker, Anthony (Author) / Kraus, Shane (Author) / Foster, Dawn W. (Author) / College of Liberal Arts and Sciences / Department of Psychology
Series ADDICTIVE BEHAVIORS REPORTS
Type Text
Extent 8 pages
Language English
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/j.abrep.2017.11.004 / ISSN: 2352-8532
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Citation Frohe, T., Leeman, R. F., Patock-Peckham, J., Ecker, A., Kraus, S., & Foster, D. W. (2018). Correlates of cannabis vape-pen use and knowledge among U.S. college students. Addictive Behaviors Reports, 7, 32-39. doi:10.1016/j.abrep.2017.11.004
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