Gwendolyn Singleton, Ph.D.
STUDY TITLE: To What Extent Do Mental Health and Psychosocial Factors Predict Risk for Misuse and Neuropsychological Impairment in African American Marijuana Users?
GRANTEE: Gwendolyn Singleton, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Psychology
SUMMARY: The purpose of this research project is to study how mental health, social and emotional factors relate to risk for medication misuse and thinking problems in medical marijuana users. This study seeks to understand the underlying psychological factors related to medical marijuana misuse. It explores the underlying mental health and psychosocial factors that relate to risk for cannabis use disorder and neurocognitive impairment.