Relations between cannabis use and dependence, motives for cannabis use and anxious, depressive and borderline symptomatology.

@article{Chabrol2005RelationsBC,
  title={Relations between cannabis use and dependence, motives for cannabis use and anxious, depressive and borderline symptomatology.},
  author={Henri Chabrol and Emmanuelle Ducong{\'e} and Carine Casas and Charlotte Roura and Kate B Carey},
  journal={Addictive behaviors},
  year={2005},
  volume={30 4},
  pages={829-40}
}
This study investigated the relations between anxious, depressive and borderline symptomatology, motivations for cannabis use, and cannabis use and dependence among 212 adolescents and young adults, 114 of whom were cannabis users. Motives for cannabis use were assessed using the Marijuana Motives Measure (Simons, J., Correia, C. J., Carey, K. B., & Borsari, B. E. (1998). Validating a Five-Factor Motives Measure: Relations with use, problems and alcohol motives. Journal of Counseling Psychology… CONTINUE READING

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