Substance Use and Stress: A look at the relationship between the use of substances and stressors before and after the outbreak of COVID-19
This study explores the relationship between the use of different substances and different kinds of stress from before and after the COVID-19 pandemic. The substances looked at were: alcohol, marijuana, caffeine, vape or nicotine use, and the use of prescription pills that were not prescribed to the user. The different kinds of stress that were examined were: academic, social, financial, and stress caused by the outbreak of COVID-19.
- Todd, Julia (Author)
- Tran, Alisia (Thesis director)
- Seymor, Marlee (Committee member)
- School of Life Sciences (Contributor)
- Barrett, The Honors College (Contributor)
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