PAID Cannabis and Health Research Study (Vancouver, WA)

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    https://portland.craigslist.org/clk/vol/d/paid-cannabis-and-health/6604155921.html

    re you a young adult who uses marijuana?

    Researchers at Washington State University Vancouver want to find out more about the health and wellness behaviors of young adults who use marijuana. This study might be a good fit for you if you are between 18-29 years of age and use marijuana. Young adults who participate in this study will be provided with a link to a confidential online survey that asks questions about marijuana use, common daily aches and pains, mood, sleep, and physical activity. Select participants will complete a second phase of the study where they complete a set of brief laboratory tasks and then track their daily health behaviors and marijuana-use over a one-week period. Participating in the second phase requires travel to the Vancouver, WA area for data collection as well as instruction in the use of the watch and completion of the diaries.
    Young adults who choose to participate will receive a $15 gift card (redeemable at many popular retailers; see http://www.tangocard.com for participating stores) for completion of the online survey. Young adults who are eligible and who complete the second part of the study can receive up to an additional $50 to thank them for their time.

    To determine if you are eligible, click on this link to complete our brief eligibility survey

    https://wsu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bmHss4ByDdwYktf%5D

    If you have questions about this study or would like more information, you can also contact our study team at show contact info or show contact info .

    This study has been reviewed and approved for human subject participation by WSU Institutional Review Board

    PI: Dr. Jessica Fales
    IRB #: 15369

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