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Study for Users of Nicotine and Cannabis
Protocol: STUDY00007787
Full Title
A biobehavioral ecological momentary assessment of nicotine-cannabis co-use
The University at Buffalo (UB) Department of Community Health and Health Behavior is conducting a study for adults that use nicotine and cannabis OR only cannabis. The goal of the study is to learn more about the effects and patterns of use for people that regularly use nicotine and cannabis.

Participants will be enrolled in this study for about 2 weeks and will complete two visits to the study lab. They will continue to use nicotine and cannabis as usual, complete daily reports using a smartphone app, and take daily saliva and breath samples. Participants will also provide urine samples and answer survey questions.

Participants will receive $200 for completing all study requirements.
Compensation: No
Are over the age of 21 years old Regularly use nicotine and cannabis OR regularly use cannabis Are fluent in English Not currently pregnant Have a smartphone
Age Group: Adults
Principal Investigator: Nicholas Felicione
Nicholas Felicione
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