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Recreational Cannabis Legalization in New York State, with R. Lorraine Collins

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Recreational cannabis legalization in New York State comes with many questions. This conversation between our cohost Schuyler Lawson and renowned researcher Dr. R. Lorraine Collins answers all of them. Listen to learn more about the legalization process, regulatory issues, and social justice around cannabis legalization on this 4/20.
R. Lorraine Collins is a psychologist who has conducted NIH-funded addictions research for decades. The focus of her research has included: 1) emerging and young adults substance (alcohol, marijuana) use; 2) cognitive and behavioral approaches to the conceptualization, prevention, and treatment of addictive behaviors; 3) psycho-social issues (e.g., gender, ethnicity, socio-economic status) related to substance use and misuse; 4) research methods that use technology (e.g., ecological momentary assessment, smart phone apps) for assessment and intervention; 5) high-risk behaviors (e.g., intimate partner aggression, condom use) related to substance use.
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Resources:
https://cannabis.ny.gov/adult-use

https://cannabis.ny.gov/medical-cannabis

https://publichealth.buffalo.edu/community-health-and-health-behavior/faculty-and-staff/faculty-directory/lcollins.html

Credits:
Host/Writer/Researcher - Schuyler Lawson, MA
Guest - Dr. R. Lorraine Collins, PhD
Audio Editor - Omar Brown
Production Assistant - Sarah Robinson

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Recreational cannabis legalization in New York State comes with many questions. This conversation between our cohost Schuyler Lawson and renowned researcher Dr. R. Lorraine Collins answers all of them. Listen to learn more about the legalization process, regulatory issues, and social justice around cannabis legalization on this 4/20.
R. Lorraine Collins is a psychologist who has conducted NIH-funded addictions research for decades. The focus of her research has included: 1) emerging and young adults substance (alcohol, marijuana) use; 2) cognitive and behavioral approaches to the conceptualization, prevention, and treatment of addictive behaviors; 3) psycho-social issues (e.g., gender, ethnicity, socio-economic status) related to substance use and misuse; 4) research methods that use technology (e.g., ecological momentary assessment, smart phone apps) for assessment and intervention; 5) high-risk behaviors (e.g., intimate partner aggression, condom use) related to substance use.
Teaching Notes
Resources:
https://cannabis.ny.gov/adult-use

https://cannabis.ny.gov/medical-cannabis

https://publichealth.buffalo.edu/community-health-and-health-behavior/faculty-and-staff/faculty-directory/lcollins.html

Credits:
Host/Writer/Researcher - Schuyler Lawson, MA
Guest - Dr. R. Lorraine Collins, PhD
Audio Editor - Omar Brown
Production Assistant - Sarah Robinson

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Spotify
Apple Podcasts
Youtube
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Twitter

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