Differences in the relationship of marijuana and tobacco by frequency of use: A qualitative study with adults aged 18-34 years.

@article{Schauer2016DifferencesIT,
  title={Differences in the relationship of marijuana and tobacco by frequency of use: A qualitative study with adults aged 18-34 years.},
  author={G L Schauer and Casey D. Hall and Carla J Berg and Dennis M. Donovan and Michael Windle and Michelle C Kegler},
  journal={Psychology of addictive behaviors : journal of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors},
  year={2016},
  volume={30 3},
  pages={
          406-14
        }
}
Co-use of marijuana and tobacco is increasing among adults in the United States, but little research exists examining why co-use occurs. Changing marijuana policies make understanding the relationship between marijuana and tobacco critical. This study aimed to assess how adult co-users of marijuana and tobacco qualitatively conceptualize and describe their use and whether variation exists by frequency of use. Forty-eight past-month co-users aged 18-34 years completed semistructured, 1-on-1… CONTINUE READING
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