Clinical Study

Co-Occurring Marijuana And Tobacco Use Among African American Young Adults

Posted Date: Apr 3, 2017

  • Investigator: La'trice Montgomery
  • Co-Investigator: Theresa Winhusen
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  • Type of Study: Observational/Survey

The purpose of this research study is to examine the rates of marijuana and tobacco co-use, factors that influence co-use and attitudes and beliefs towards substance abuse treatment among African American young adults.


You May Be In This Study If You: -Self-Report As Being A Non-Hispanic African American Black Woman Or Man -Are Between The Ages Of 18-29 -Self-Report Smoking Marijuana At Least Four Times In The Past Month -Smoking Tobacco At Least 20 Of The Past 30 Days (Including Blunt Smoking) -Have Not Been Enrolled In Outpatient Or Residential Substance Abuse Treatment For Marijuana Or Tobacco Use In The Past Year -Have A Personal Email Account


Tobacco, Marijuana, African American, Young Adults, Treatment

For More Information:

Latrice Montgomery, Ph.D.
(513) 585-8286

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