Jennifer Cadigan, PhD

Personal Statement

My program of research explores adolescent and young adult health behaviors, with an emphasis on the etiology, prevention, and intervention of high-risk substance use. This research program integrates evidence-based intervention strategies, and the use of technology, to address high-risk substance use during this developmental period. My work also examines the association between co-occurring mood and substance use disorders. I am a licensed psychologist in the state of Washington.

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Recent Publications

Marijuana, but not alcohol, use frequency associated with greater loneliness, psychological distress, and less flourishing among young adults.
(2021 Jan 1)
Drug Alcohol Depend 218(): 108404
Rhew IC, Cadigan JM, Lee CM

Increases in Loneliness Among Young Adults During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Association With Increases in Mental Health Problems.
(2020 Nov)
J Adolesc Health 67(5): 714-717
Lee CM, Cadigan JM, Rhew IC

A Marijuana Consequences Checklist for Young Adults with Implications for Brief Motivational Intervention Research.
(2020 Oct 24)
Prev Sci
Lee CM, Kilmer JR, Neighbors C, Cadigan JM, Fairlie AM, Patrick ME, Logan DE, Walter T, White HR

Physical and mental health issues facing community college students.
(2020 Jun 22)
J Am Coll Health
Cadigan JM, Duckworth JC, Lee CM

A Daily Study Comparing Alcohol-Related Positive and Negative Consequences for Days With Only Alcohol Use Versus Days With Simultaneous Alcohol and Marijuana Use in a Community Sample of Young Adults.
(2020 Mar)
Alcohol Clin Exp Res 44(3): 689-696
Lee CM, Patrick ME, Fleming CB, Cadigan JM, Abdallah DA, Fairlie AM, Larimer ME

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