Cannabis use patterns and their association with DSM-IV cannabis dependence and gender.

  title={Cannabis use patterns and their association with DSM-IV cannabis dependence and gender.},
  author={Raymond Noack and Michael Hoefler and Ulrike Lueken},
  journal={European addiction research},
  volume={17 6},
AIMS To investigate the gender differences in the patterns of cannabis use (CU), namely frequency, times of day, social context and methods and in their association with DSM-IV cannabis dependence. METHODS A sample of 3,904 students from German universities was recruited via an internet survey. Logistic regressions and associated areas under the ROC curve (AUC) were calculated among current cannabis users (at least once a month, n = 843). RESULTS CU using a water pipe was more often… CONTINUE READING

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