All Relations between self-monitoring and cannabis

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Zannie L Montgomery, Yanina Michelini, Adrian J Bravo, Angelina Pilatti, Laura Mezquit. Substance Use Motives as Mediators of the Associations between Self-Control Constructs and Negative Substance Use Consequences: A Cross-Cultural Examination. Cannabis (Albuquerque, N.M.). vol 7. issue 2. 2024-07-08. PMID:38975594. the present study sought to examine three distinct research questions: a) are self-control constructs (i.e., negative/positive urgency, self-regulation, and emotion-regulation) indirectly related to negative alcohol/marijuana consequences via substance use motives, b) to what extent are these indirect effects consistent across differing drugs (i.e., alcohol and marijuana), and c) are these models invariant across gender and countries. 2024-07-08 2024-07-11 human
Zannie L Montgomery, Yanina Michelini, Adrian J Bravo, Angelina Pilatti, Laura Mezquit. Substance Use Motives as Mediators of the Associations between Self-Control Constructs and Negative Substance Use Consequences: A Cross-Cultural Examination. Cannabis (Albuquerque, N.M.). vol 7. issue 2. 2024-07-08. PMID:38975594. two (one for alcohol and one for marijuana) fully saturated path models were conducted, such that indirect paths were examined for each self-control construct and substance use motive on negative consequences (e.g., negative urgency → coping motives → negative consequences) within the same model. 2024-07-08 2024-07-11 human
Zannie L Montgomery, Yanina Michelini, Adrian J Bravo, Angelina Pilatti, Laura Mezquit. Substance Use Motives as Mediators of the Associations between Self-Control Constructs and Negative Substance Use Consequences: A Cross-Cultural Examination. Cannabis (Albuquerque, N.M.). vol 7. issue 2. 2024-07-08. PMID:38975594. for marijuana, we found that lower self-regulation and higher negative urgency/suppression were related to more marijuana consequences via higher coping motives (not significant for conformity motives). 2024-07-08 2024-07-11 human
Zannie L Montgomery, Yanina Michelini, Adrian J Bravo, Angelina Pilatti, Laura Mezquit. Substance Use Motives as Mediators of the Associations between Self-Control Constructs and Negative Substance Use Consequences: A Cross-Cultural Examination. Cannabis (Albuquerque, N.M.). vol 7. issue 2. 2024-07-08. PMID:38975594. prevention and intervention programs of alcohol and marijuana around university campuses may benefit from targeting self-control related skills in addition to motives to drug use to prevent and reduce negative drug-related consequences. 2024-07-08 2024-07-11 human
Francesca M Giaquinto, Jessica B Knapp, Jessica A Kulak, Kimberly E Kamper-DeMarc. Correlates of Cannabis Use and Self-Control Across a Diverse Sample of College Students: 2020-2022. Cannabis (Albuquerque, N.M.). vol 6. issue 4. 2024-06-17. PMID:38883282. correlates of cannabis use and self-control across a diverse sample of college students: 2020-2022. 2024-06-17 2024-06-19 Not clear
Francesca M Giaquinto, Jessica B Knapp, Jessica A Kulak, Kimberly E Kamper-DeMarc. Correlates of Cannabis Use and Self-Control Across a Diverse Sample of College Students: 2020-2022. Cannabis (Albuquerque, N.M.). vol 6. issue 4. 2024-06-17. PMID:38883282. given the unique circumstances of the pandemic along with changing societal regulations surrounding cannabis use, and their collective impact on college students, there is a need to examine the relationship between cannabis and self-control during the pandemic era. 2024-06-17 2024-06-19 Not clear
Jason Y Isaacs, Sean P Mackinnon, Kayla M Joyce, Sherry H Stewar. Reactivity to Daily Self-Monitoring of Cannabis Use in Biological Females. Cannabis (Research Society on Marijuana). vol 4. issue 2. 2023-06-08. PMID:37287532. reactivity to daily self-monitoring of cannabis use in biological females. 2023-06-08 2023-08-14 Not clear
Jason Y Isaacs, Sean P Mackinnon, Kayla M Joyce, Sherry H Stewar. Reactivity to Daily Self-Monitoring of Cannabis Use in Biological Females. Cannabis (Research Society on Marijuana). vol 4. issue 2. 2023-06-08. PMID:37287532. reactivity to daily self-monitoring of cannabis use quantity has received far less study. 2023-06-08 2023-08-14 Not clear
Mariely Hernandez, Frances R Levi. Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Therapeutic Cannabis Use Motives. The Psychiatric clinics of North America. vol 45. issue 3. 2022-09-02. PMID:36055735. individuals with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (adhd) may be at an increased risk of experiencing cannabis use problems due to deficits in self-regulation. 2022-09-02 2023-08-14 Not clear
Zsolt Horváth, Péter Sárosi, Letícia Boda, Eszter Farkas, Mónika Koós, Zsolt Demetrovics, Róbert Urbá. The relationship between anxious-depressive symptoms and harmful cannabis use: Multiple mediation models via rumination, negative urgency, protective behavioral strategies and refusal self-efficacy. Comprehensive psychiatry. vol 116. 2022-05-06. PMID:35523045. distressful and negative affective states can be associated with limited self-regulation capacities, while emotion regulation processes (e.g., rumination, negative urgency) might contribute to further depletion of self-control capacities which in turn can lead to diminished control over cannabis use. 2022-05-06 2023-08-13 Not clear
Ryan M Sullivan, Kristin E Maple, Alexander L Wallace, Alicia M Thomas, Krista M Lisdah. Examining Inhibitory Affective Processing Within the Rostral Anterior Cingulate Cortex Among Abstinent Cannabis-Using Adolescents and Young Adults. Frontiers in psychiatry. vol 13. 2022-04-14. PMID:35418882. cannabis use has been associated with deficits in self-regulation, including inhibitory control. 2022-04-14 2023-08-13 Not clear
Ryan M Sullivan, Kristin E Maple, Alexander L Wallace, Alicia M Thomas, Krista M Lisdah. Examining Inhibitory Affective Processing Within the Rostral Anterior Cingulate Cortex Among Abstinent Cannabis-Using Adolescents and Young Adults. Frontiers in psychiatry. vol 13. 2022-04-14. PMID:35418882. cannabis users have previously exhibited both structural and functional deficits in the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (racc), a region involved in self-regulation of emotional response and inhibitory control. 2022-04-14 2023-08-13 Not clear
b' Salvador Amig\\xc3\\xb. Inducing Effects of Illegal Drugs to Improve Mental Health by Self-Regulation Therapy: A Pilot Study. International journal of environmental research and public health. vol 18. issue 19. 2021-10-25. PMID:34639687.' this study consists of a brief psychological intervention, which uses self-regulation therapy (srt, procedure based on suggestion and classical conditioning), to improve coping with stress and emotionality by reproducing the positive effects of illegal drugs: cannabis, cocaine, ecstasy. 2021-10-25 2023-08-13 Not clear
Sonia Ortiz-Peregrina, Oscar Oviedo-Trespalacios, Carolina Ortiz, Rosario G Aner. Self-Regulation of Driving Behavior Under the Influence of Cannabis: The Role of Driving Complexity and Driver Vision. Human factors. 2021-10-04. PMID:34601949. self-regulation of driving behavior under the influence of cannabis: the role of driving complexity and driver vision. 2021-10-04 2023-08-13 Not clear
Sonia Ortiz-Peregrina, Oscar Oviedo-Trespalacios, Carolina Ortiz, Rosario G Aner. Self-Regulation of Driving Behavior Under the Influence of Cannabis: The Role of Driving Complexity and Driver Vision. Human factors. 2021-10-04. PMID:34601949. this study analyzed the self-regulation behaviors of drivers under the influence of cannabis and its relationship with road complexity and some driver traits, including visual deterioration. 2021-10-04 2023-08-13 Not clear
Tristan Hamonniere, Lena Milan, Isabelle Varesco. Repetitive negative thinking, metacognitive beliefs, and their interaction as possible predictors for problematic cannabis use. Clinical psychology & psychotherapy. 2021-08-31. PMID:34431580. more generally, it enables the consideration of cannabis use from the perspective of self-regulation theories, and more specifically cognitive regulation, thus offering several theoretical and clinical implications. 2021-08-31 2023-08-13 human
Sharon L Nichols, Sean Brummel, Kathleen M Malee, Claude A Mellins, Anna-Barbara Moscicki, Renee Smith, Anai M Cuadra, Kendall Bryant, Cheryl Anne Boyce, Katherine K Tassiopoulo. The Role of Behavioral and Neurocognitive Functioning in Substance Use Among Youth with Perinatally Acquired HIV Infection and Perinatal HIV Exposure Without Infection. AIDS and behavior. vol 25. issue 9. 2021-08-20. PMID:33616833. lower self-reported self-regulation skills, but higher cognitive functioning abilities, were associated with initiation and prevalent use of alcohol and marijuana regardless of hiv status. 2021-08-20 2023-08-13 Not clear
Justo R Fabelo-Roche, Serguei Iglesias-Moré, Ana M Gómez-Garcí. Persons with Substance Abuse Disorders and Other Addictions: Coping with the COVID-19 Pandemic. MEDICC review. vol 23. issue 2. 2021-05-24. PMID:33974609. we found that patients' ability to cope successfully with challenges presented by covid-19 were influenced by: 1) the individual's own methods for maintaining self-control (commitment to studies, projects, and work with therapists) that aided them in their goals concerning abstinence; 2) difficulties faced in addressing specific events and situations (doubts, uncertainties, disagreements, isolation and time use); 3) perpetuation and revivification of myths related to substances and addictive activities (exacerbation of supposed benefits of tobacco, alcohol, marijuana, overuse of social networks); and 4) tendencies toward irrationality and lack of emotional control (fear, sadness, anger, constant worry and self-imposed demands). 2021-05-24 2023-08-13 Not clear
Gregory A Egerton, Craig R Colder, Yonghee Le. Testing the dual process model of adolescent cannabis use with prospective three-way interactions between self-regulation, negative outcome expectancies, and implicit cannabis attitudes. Addictive behaviors. vol 118. 2021-05-21. PMID:33756299. testing the dual process model of adolescent cannabis use with prospective three-way interactions between self-regulation, negative outcome expectancies, and implicit cannabis attitudes. 2021-05-21 2023-08-13 Not clear
Gregory A Egerton, Craig R Colder, Yonghee Le. Testing the dual process model of adolescent cannabis use with prospective three-way interactions between self-regulation, negative outcome expectancies, and implicit cannabis attitudes. Addictive behaviors. vol 118. 2021-05-21. PMID:33756299. the current study tested a three-way interaction between implicit cannabis attitudes, self-regulation, and negative expectancies to prospectively predict adolescent cannabis use. 2021-05-21 2023-08-13 Not clear