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Department of Psychology The Health & Cognition (THC) Lab

Effects of Cannabis on Cognition in People with ADHD

Dr. Cuttler’s Health & Cognition (THC) Lab at WSU is looking for healthy adults with ADHD to participate in a new study on the effects of cannabis on cognition in people with ADHD. Specifically, we are seeking cannabis users and non-users with or without a current diagnosis of ADHD.


  • You will be asked to complete tests of your cognitive function via Zoom video chat and respond to questions about ADHD symptom severity and cannabis use history.
  • You would receive a $50 Amazon gift card for participating in this 2-hour study.
  • This research has been approved for human subject participation by the Washington State University Institutional Review Board.
  • If you are interested, please go to to learn more about the study and complete a brief screening survey (to see if you are eligible).
You are also welcome to email Dr. Cuttler at: