The study addressed the particular question of whether morning affect contribute to daily cannabis use. The study featured a sample of 183 men and 183 women from the community. Participants made independent and daily reports on the effects of cannabis use for 30 consecutive days.
The study determined that,
“Men and women were more likely to use cannabis on a given day when morning positive affect was lower than typical for the person and when partner used cannabis that day. Neither hostile nor anxious affect contributed to late ruse of cannabis.”
Of course, as with every study, there are many factors that can influence the outcomes and there is nothing conclusive, as of yet. Further, the study was based on self-reports. Research studies on marijuana cannot be conducted because marijuana remains illegal under federal law.
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