Antecedents and consequences of cannabis use among racially diverse cannabis users: An analysis from Ecological Momentary Assessment
Momentary factors during marijuana use as predictors of lapse during attempted abstinence in young adults
Marijuana use, craving, and academic motivation and performance among college students: An in-the-moment study
Alcohol, tobacco, and marijuana consumption is associated with increased odds of same-day substance co- and tri-use
Alcohol and marijuana co-use: Consequences, subjective intoxication, and the operationalization of simultaneous use
Is self-compassion negatively associated with alcohol and marijuana-related problems via coping motives?
It depends on when you ask: Motives for using marijuana assessed before versus after a marijuana use event
Greater delay discounting and cannabis coping motives are associated with more frequent cannabis use in a large sample of adult cannabis users
Specific emotion-regulation processes explain the relationship between mindfulness and self-compassion with coping-motivated alcohol and marijuana use
More drugs, more problems? Simultaneous use of alcohol and marijuana at parties among youth and young adults
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