Personalized Feedback Intervention for Marijuana

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Project Name: CTP
Principal Investigator: Christine Lee, PhD
Grant Title: Personalized Feedback Intervention for Marijuana
Sponsor: National Institute for Drug Abuse
Project Period: 9/27/04 – 7/31/08
Grant Number: R21DA019257
Project Coordinator: Theresa Walter


The broad long term objective of this research was to reduce the prevalence of marijuana use and related harm during the transition to university, through the development of efficacious prevention and intervention techniques for first-year college students.

RELATED PUBLICATIONS:
Lee, C. M., Neighbors, C., Kilmer, J. R., & Larimer, M. E. (2010). A brief, web-based personalized feedback selective intervention for college student marijuana use: A randomized clinical trial. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 24(2), 265-273. doi:10.1037/a0018859

Patrick, M.E. & Lee, C.M. (2010). Sexual motivation differences by sexual initiation status among incoming college students. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 39(3), 674-681. PMCID: PMC2855773

Lee, C. M., Neighbors, C., Hendershot, C. S., & Grossbard, J. R. (2009). Development and preliminary validation of a comprehensive marijuana motives questionnaire. Journal of Studies On Alcohol And Drugs, 70(2), 279-287.

Neighbors, C., Geisner, I.M., & Lee, C.M. (2008). Perceived marijuana norms and expectancies among entering college student marijuana users. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 22, 433-438.

Grossbard, J.R., Lee, C.M., Neighbors, C., Hendershot, C.S. and Larimer, M.E. (2007). Alcohol and risky sex in athletes and nonathletes: What roles do sex motives play? Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 68, 566-574.

Kilmer, J.R., Hunt, S.B., Lee, C.M. and Neighbors, C. (2007). Marijuana use, risk perception, and consequences: Is perceived risk congruent with reality? Addictive Behaviors, 32, 3026-3033.

Lee, C.M., Neighbors, C. and Woods, B.A. (2007). Marijuana motives: Young adults’ reasons for using marijuana. Addictive Behaviors, 32, 1384-1394.