Relationship between Marijuana Use and Cumulative GPA

We sent out a survey to the BBH411W course at Penn State University, and 138 individuals responded. The survey asked about cumulative GPA and on average, how often the individual smoked marijuana per week. Most respondents answered that they never smoke marijuana (70.3%), and the average GPA was 3.28 (out of 4.0). Our results found that marijuana use was negatively correlated with cumulative GPA (Pearson correlation (r) = -.248, df = 136, p = .003).

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Work Title Relationship between Marijuana Use and Cumulative GPA
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Creators
  1. Buskirk, Kristen Michelle
Keyword
  1. GPA
  2. Marijuana
License Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
Work Type Research Paper
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  1. Kellman, Brittany
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  1. The Pennsylvania State University
Deposited May 01, 2016

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