A Tough Job, but ASU Will Pay Medical-Marijuana Consumers for New Study

ASU researcher Madeline Meier confirmed today that information posted on ASU’s website about the study is accurate.

The site states:

“The Substance Use, Health, and Behavior Lab is recruiting participants who are Arizona medical marijuana card holders between the ages of 18 to 30 interested in participating in a study that compares the immediate effects of your at-home use of different types of cannabis. This study will take approximately 10 hours over the course of 1 week.

“During this week, participants will be asked to come to the lab for a two hour visit and then receive several text messages per day asking to complete a short survey related to their cannabis use and effects. Participants will be compensated $95 for their voluntary involvement.”

Ninety-five bucks? At one of Arizona’s 100-plus, state-authorized dispensaries, that’ll buy you anywhere from a quarter-ounce to a half-ounce of primo weed.

Meier, who oversees work at

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