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How does cannabis use affect long-term wellbeing? WE NEED CONTROLS & USERS

11 October 2017

This study involves attending seven sessions over a 12 month period. Two sessions are MRI scans at Hammersmith Hospital, and five sessions are at UCL. If you attend all of the sessions on time you will be paid £425!

This study is investigating the long-term effects of cannabis use on psychological well-being, memory and brain function. You need to be aged 16-17 or 26-29, and either a control, or a cannabis user.

Currently, we are recruiting ADULT MALE CONTROLS and ADULT FEMALE USERS.

Requirements

  • ***We currently want MALE CONTROLS and FEMALE CANNABIS USERS aged 26-29***
  • Requirements:
  • Healthy Volunteer
  • No Psychiatric Disorder
  • Male and Female
  • Age 26-29
  • Be a control: have tried/currently use tobacco OR have tried cannabis just a few times.
  • OR
  • Be a regular cannabis user, currently.

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Ethical approval

The study has been approved by the University College London ethics committee.

About the researcher

We are researchers at the Clinical Psychopharmacology Unit, UCL. We are interested in the effects of different drugs on brain and behaviour.

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