All Relations between attitudes and cannabis

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Olufemi Ajumobi, Waleed Jami, Markus Kemmelmeier, Paul Devereu. A Brief Intervention on E-Cigarette, Regular Cigarette, and Marijuana Use Results in Generalization Effects: Lateral Attitude Change among College Students. Substance use & misuse vol issue 2022 35689376 a brief intervention on e-cigarette, regular cigarette, and marijuana use results in generalization effects: lateral attitude change among college students. 2022-06-11 2022-06-13 Not clear
Iman Makki, Binbin Zheng-Lin, Maanit Kohl. Medical marijuana knowledge and attitudes amongst internal medicine residents. BMC primary care vol 23 issue 1 2022 35240989 herein, the present study aims to examine internal medicine residents' knowledge of marijuana and their attitude towards its medical use. 2022-03-11 2022-03-06 Not clear
Iman Makki, Binbin Zheng-Lin, Maanit Kohl. Medical marijuana knowledge and attitudes amongst internal medicine residents. BMC primary care vol 23 issue 1 2022 35240989 herein, the present study aims to examine internal medicine residents' knowledge of marijuana and their attitude towards its medical use. 2022-03-04 2022-03-06 Not clear
Mara W Stewart, Megan A Moren. Changes in Attitudes, Intentions, and Behaviors toward Tobacco and Marijuana during U.S. Students' First Year of College. Tobacco use insights vol 6 issue 2021 24761133 the purpose of the study was to understand how students' attitudes, intentions, and behaviors toward tobacco and marijuana change during freshman year and to examine how attitude and intention predict use of these substances. 2021-10-21 2022-01-12 Not clear
Mara W Stewart, Megan A Moren. Changes in Attitudes, Intentions, and Behaviors toward Tobacco and Marijuana during U.S. Students' First Year of College. Tobacco use insights vol 6 issue 2021 24761133 only intention predicted tobacco initiation, while both attitude and intention predicted marijuana initiation. 2021-10-21 2022-01-12 Not clear
Bayan Moustafa, Fernando D Testa. Cerebrovascular Complications Associated with Marijuana Use. Current neurology and neuroscience reports vol 21 issue 6 2021 33825077 in the last few years, the attitude toward marijuana in many parts of the world has shifted from illicit to legalized for medical use and to decriminalized. 2021-04-27 2022-01-14 Not clear
Nadine A Vogt, Jan M Sargeant, Christian P G Stevens, Jennifer N Dun. A survey of veterinary student attitudes concerning whether marijuana could have therapeutic value for animals. PloS one vol 14 issue 7 2020 31283803 we distributed a questionnaire to current veterinary students at the ontario veterinary college in guelph, ontario, to determine their attitude(s) towards marijuana as a potential therapeutic agent in animals. 2020-07-02 2022-01-13 Not clear
H Wen, J M Hockenberry, B G Drus. Addendum to \"The Effect of Medical Marijuana Laws on Marijuana-Related Attitude and Perception among US Adolescents and Young Adults\". Prevention science : the official journal of the Society for Prevention Research vol 20 issue 2 2020 30771089 addendum to "the effect of medical marijuana laws on marijuana-related attitude and perception among us adolescents and young adults". 2020-04-29 2022-01-13 Not clear
Hefei Wen, Jason M Hockenberry, Benjamin G Drus. The Effect of Medical Marijuana Laws on Marijuana-Related Attitude and Perception Among US Adolescents and Young Adults. Prevention science : the official journal of the Society for Prevention Research vol 20 issue 2 2020 29767282 the effect of medical marijuana laws on marijuana-related attitude and perception among us adolescents and young adults. 2020-03-18 2022-01-13 Not clear
Dawn W Foster, Feifei Ye, Tammy Chung, Alison E Hipwell, Carolyn E Sarto. Longitudinal associations between marijuana-related cognitions and marijuana use in African-American and European-American girls from early to late adolescence. Psychology of addictive behaviors : journal of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors vol 32 issue 1 2019 29094955 cross-lagged panel models were conducted separately by race to identify patterns of association between marijuana use and related cognitions (i.e., intentions to use, positive attitude toward use, positive and negative expectancies) assessed at ages 12-17 years. 2019-06-28 2022-01-13 Not clear
Dawn W Foster, Feifei Ye, Tammy Chung, Alison E Hipwell, Carolyn E Sarto. Longitudinal associations between marijuana-related cognitions and marijuana use in African-American and European-American girls from early to late adolescence. Psychology of addictive behaviors : journal of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors vol 32 issue 1 2019 29094955 in cross-lagged models, bidirectional effects between negative expectancies and marijuana use were observed in aa and ea girls across all ages, and at most ages for intentions to use, but were largely absent in both groups for positive attitude. 2019-06-28 2022-01-13 Not clear
Ma\\xc5\\x82gorzata Suwa\\xc5\\x82a, Andrzej Gerstenkorn, Anna Szewczy. [Factors forming opnion on marijuana legalization in Poland among group of students from medical and technical college faculty]. Przeglad lekarski vol 72 issue 10 2016 26946562 the main goal of the study was to reveal the opinion about legalization of marijuana in poland among students of medical and technical faculty in correlation with chosen socio-demographic factors, college major, attitude to tobacco smoking, use of drugs and religious practice. 2016-05-20 2022-01-12 Not clear
Leah Thompson, Frederick P Rivara, Jennifer M Whitehil. Prevalence of Marijuana-Related Traffic on Twitter, 2012-2013: A Content Analysis. Cyberpsychology, behavior and social networking vol 18 issue 6 2016 26075917 a majority (65.6%) of original tweets by adolescents (n=1,928) reflected a positive attitude toward marijuana, and 42.9% indicated personal use. 2016-01-19 2022-01-12 Not clear
Jason A Ford, Terrence D Hil. Religiosity and adolescent substance use: evidence from the national survey on drug use and health. Substance use & misuse vol 47 issue 7 2012 22443107 the influence of respondent substance use attitude is especially pronounced, explaining between 41% (marijuana) and 53% (tobacco) of the association between religiosity and substance use. 2012-09-05 2022-01-12 Not clear
Roger S Tonki. Marijuana use in adolescence. Paediatrics & child health vol 7 issue 2 2011 20046275 the prevailing attitude that marijuana is a 'safe, recreational' drug is challenged. 2011-07-14 2022-01-12 Not clear
Darlene R Wright, Kevin M Fitzpatric. Psychosocial correlates of substance use behaviors among African American youth. Adolescence vol 39 issue 156 2005 15727405 for alcohol and marijuana use, recurrent risk factors were age, being hit by a parent, affiliation with gangs, and a tolerant attitude of peers toward drug use. 2005-05-26 2022-01-12 Not clear
Steve Sussman, Clyde W Den. Five-year prospective prediction of marijuana use cessation of youth at continuation high schools. Addictive behaviors vol 29 issue 6 2004 15236829 social, attitude, intrapersonal, violence-related, drug use, and demographic baseline measures served as predictors of whether or not 339 teenage marijuana users reported having quit use 5 years later. 2004-11-04 2022-01-12 Not clear
Marco C Yzer, Joseph N Cappella, Martin Fishbein, Robert Hornik, R Kirkland Aher. The effectiveness of gateway communications in anti-marijuana campaigns. Journal of health communication vol 8 issue 2 2003 12746037 successful anti-marijuana messages can be hypothesized to have two types of effects, namely persuasion effects, that is, a change in people's beliefs about using marijuana, and priming effects, that is, a strengthened correlation between beliefs and associated variables such as attitude and intention. 2003-07-09 2022-01-11 Not clear
Marco C Yzer, Joseph N Cappella, Martin Fishbein, Robert Hornik, R Kirkland Aher. The effectiveness of gateway communications in anti-marijuana campaigns. Journal of health communication vol 8 issue 2 2003 12746037 in comparison to the control condition, adolescents in the explicit gateway condition tended to agree less with the gateway message and displayed weaker correlations between anti-marijuana beliefs and their attitude toward marijuana use. 2003-07-09 2022-01-11 Not clear
Diane M Morrison, Seana Golder, Thomas E Keller, Mary Rogers Gillmor. The theory of reasoned action as a model of marijuana use: tests of implicit assumptions and applicability to high-risk young women. Psychology of addictive behaviors : journal of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors vol 16 issue 3 2002 12236456 attitude was a stronger predictor of intention than norm, but both were significantly related to intention, and intention was related to actual marijuana use 6 months later. 2002-10-16 2022-01-11 Not clear
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