There are more cannabis products available to consumers than ever before, but the diversification of the modes in which individuals use cannabis has far outpaced the literature on modal mental and physical health risks.
The Sex and Cannabis Study is investigating various relationships regarding cannabis usage in young adults through daily diary methodology and wearable physical activity monitors.
The Sex and Cannabis Study is concerned with finding sex and gender differences in modes of consumption, and the implications of those differences. Moreover, the Sex and Cannabis Study is investigating if different modes of cannabis consumption have associated physiological and psychological risks. Lastly, the Sex and Cannabis Study is seeking to identify psychophysiological risk markers for adverse mental and physical health outcomes.