19 Sep We examine the impact of cannabis use on work-related phenomena
The University of Washington Foster School of Business is studying how cannabis use influences people’s behavior at work. If you are 21 years of age or older and you are a light cannabis user, you may be eligible. The study could be completed in an hour. Procedures will include a series of tasks on your computer/cellphone. You can complete the study at your home.
We will require you to fill out your email and mailing address because we will ship you a pair of test kits for this study.
Participants will be compensated $25 for the entire study.
• You are 21 years of age or older, and are willing and able to legally purchase cannabis
• You are a light recreational user of cannabis [i.e., a half gram per use, (e.g., 1 joint) a few times per week on average]
• You are willing to use a saliva THC test kit (which we will mail to you), take an electronic picture of the test result, and send it electronically to the research team
• You are NOT pregnant
• You are willing to follow study instructions regarding the use of cannabis. If you are in the cannabis use condition, we will ask you to complete the study the next time you smoke/vape cannabis and then have a free hour right afterward in which you could complete the study. If you are in the cannabis non-use condition, we will ask you to complete the study the next time you have gone 12 hours without using cannabis and have an hour in which you could complete the study.
• You are a resident of a state where purchasing cannabis is legal.
Additional Study Details
Full Study Title
Cannabis and Work IV
(PI) Jenson Lau, Doctoral Student, Department of Management and Organization, 206-488-7847
(Co-Investigator) Christopher Barnes, Professor, Department of Management and Organization, 206-221-4719
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Seattle, Washington 98195