WELCOME
We are investigating what drives the experience of craving resolution of tension, or “the drop”, when listening to electronic music.
 
MELBOURNE SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES
Plain Language Statement   

PROJECT TITLE: Music and Craving - Phase 1
                                                                                                                      
Professor Sarah Wilson (Principal Researcher) 
Tel: 8344 7391; Email: sarahw@unimelb.edu.au
Kiralee Musgrove (PhD Researcher) 
Email: kmusgrove@student.unimelb.edu.au
Lynne Krohn (Research Assistant)      

Introduction
We would like to invite you to participate in a project on music and craving. This research aims to investigate what drives the experience of craving resolution of tension, or “the drop”, when listening to electronic music.  

What will I be asked to do?
This study includes two components: an “online component” and an “in-person component”. For the online component (this survey), I will complete a number of questionnaires at my convenience. These questionnaires cover the topics of basic demographic information, musical experience, medical history (including neurological and psychiatric history), recreational drug use, attitudes toward music, and more general attitudes toward the way people act and think. This component will take approximately 30 minutes.

I will then be invited to attend a location at the University of Melbourne for the in-person component of the study. This component will be conducted in groups of approximately 30 individuals. I will be asked to place all time-keeping devices (e.g., watches or phones) out of view for the duration of the study. This component will commence with a short questionnaire on emotions. I will then be played excerpts of electronic music and asked to record personal judgments about these excerpts. This component will take approximately 1.5 hours. Total participation time in this study is approximately 2 hours.

What are the risks?
All questions of a sensitive nature in this study, such as medical history and recreational drug use, include a “Prefer Not to Say” response option. In this way, I am not required to provide responses to any questions that make me feel uncomfortable. Furthermore, the nature of the data collected is not sufficient to “reveal” any diagnoses I am not already aware of. Nevertheless, I may feel confronted, concerned, or triggered by discussing these topics. In such an event, I can contact Professor Sarah Wilson for appropriate referral or treatment arrangements. Alternative resources include Lifeline (13 11 14; www.lifeline.org.au), Beyond Blue (1300 22 46 26, www.beyondblue.org.au), Direct Line for drug and alcohol counselling (1800 888 236; www.counsellingonline.org.au), or the National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre (1800 30 40 50; www.ncpic.org.au).

Additionally, I may experience sensitivity to the loud volume of music presented during the in-person component of this study. To ensure volume levels are safe, the sound system will be standardised so as to not exceed 85dBA (safe for 8 hours of exposure in a 24-hour period). Should I still find this volume unacceptable, I will be provided with ear plugs or the opportunity to withdraw from the study. At the conclusion of the study, I will be encouraged to avoid exposure to loud noise or music for the next 24- hour period.

What are the benefits?
The benefit of this work will be testing a theoretical model that may inform the development of targeted music interventions for disorders of craving (e.g., eating disorders, substance use disorders, or intentional self-harm). I will not be reimbursed for my time in this study. Results are likely to be disseminated to the scientific community via academic peer-reviewed journal articles or book chapters, and/or presented at research conferences. They may also be disseminated to the broader community via newspaper articles, blog posts, or radio interviews. This study has not received any funding and there are no known conflicts of interest for any of the researchers involved.

How will my confidentiality be protected?
The confidentiality of all data gathered in the course of this study will be safeguarded subject to any legal limitations. In the first instance, in order to match my data from the online component with the in-person component of the study, my data will be identifiable by email address. An online consent record containing my name will also be connected to my online component data at this initial stage. Once data collection is complete, however, and both online and in-person data sets are matched, my email address will be replaced with a numerical code. Furthermore, my online consent record will be extracted from my data set and stored separately. At this time, my data will no longer contain identifiable information.

Following completion of the online component of this study, my data will be stored on an external server located in Virginia, USA, with 128-bit SSL (Bank-level) encryption. Data will be downloaded and deleted from this server once all participants have submitted their surveys. Electronic data will then be kept on a password protected computer at the University of Melbourne’s School of Psychological Sciences. Hard copy data collected during the in-person component of this study will be stored in a locked filing cabinet at the same school. Only the named researchers will have access to this data. All data collected will be kept for a minimum of 7 years after the last publication arising from the research, following which it will be disposed of by deleting relevant computer files and shredding hard copy records.

What if I want to withdraw from the research?
Participation in this research is completely voluntary. I am free to withdraw at any time and to withdraw any unprocessed data previously supplied. This would have no effect on my relationship with any member of the School of Psychological Sciences. It would not affect my grades, assessment, or any treatment that I would otherwise be eligible for.

Where can I get further information?
If I have not understood any of this information, I can contact Kiralee Musgrove or Professor Sarah Wilson. This research project has been approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee of the University of Melbourne. If I have any concerns or complaints about the conduct of this research project which I do not wish to discuss with the research team, I should contact the Manager, Human Research Ethics, Office for Research Ethics and Integrity, University of Melbourne, VIC 3010. Tel: +61 3 8344 2073 or Fax: +61 3 9347 6739 or Email: HumanEthicscomplaints@unimelb.edu.au. All complaints will be treated confidentially. In any correspondence, I should provide the name of the research team or the name or ethics ID number of the research project (HREC number: 1646542.1).

How do I agree to participate?
If I wish to participate, I should read the following consent form and click on “I consent”. *


 
To ensure you have understood the above information

 
What will you be asked to do in this study? *


 
What are the risks of this study? *


 
How have the risks of this study been minimised? *


 
Will your data ever be personally identifiable? *


 
How will your data be stored? *


 
What if you want to withdraw from this study? *


 
Unfortunately, that is not quite right! 

Would you like to read our Plain Language Statement again? Alternatively, you may opt-out of the study now. *


 
Please type your first name here: *

 
Please type your last name here: *

 
Please type your first and last name here: *

 
MELBOURNE SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES
Consent form for persons participating in a research project  

PROJECT TITLE: Music and Craving - Phase 1

Name of Principle Researcher: Professor Sarah Wilson (Supervisor) 
Name of Additional Researchers: Kiralee Musgrove (PhD Researcher), Lynne Krohn (Research Assistant)      

1. I consent to participate in this project. The purpose of this research is to investigate what drives the experience of craving resolution of tension, or “the drop”, when listening to electronic music.  

2. I understand that this project is for research purposes only and not for treatment.  

3. In this project, I will be required to complete an “online component” and an “in-person component”. The online component includes a number of questionnaires and will take approximately 30 minutes. I will then be invited to attend a location at the University of Melbourne for the in-person component. At this time, I will complete a short questionnaire and record personal judgments about excerpts of electronic music. This component will take approximately 2 hours (2.5 hours for the study in total). The details of these activities have been explained in the Plain Language Statement, which I will receive a copy of via email.  

4. I understand that there are risks involved in participating in this research project. Specifically, feeling confronted, concerned, or triggered by discussing sensitive topics, and experiencing sensitivity to the loud volume of electronic music presented. These risks have been minimised by including “Prefer Not to Say” response options for sensitive questions, and ensuring the volume level is safe, providing ear plugs, and encouraging avoidance of loud noise following the study.  

5. My participation is voluntary and I am free to withdraw from the project at any time without explanation or prejudice, and to withdraw any unprocessed data I have provided. Withdrawing from the project will not affect my relationship with the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences. Specifically, it will not affect any ongoing grades, assessment, or treatment that I would otherwise be eligible for.  

6. I have been informed that the data from this research will be stored temporarily on an external server with 128-bit SSL encryption, then long-term at the University of Melbourne. It will be destroyed 7 years after the last publication arising from the research.  

7. I have been informed that the confidentiality of the information I provide will be safeguarded subject to any legal requirements. My data will initially be identifiable until online and in-person component data sets can be matched. It will then be de-identified and password protected or stored in a locked filing cabinet and accessible only by the named researchers.  

8. I agree to have the Plain Language Statement, Debriefing Statement, and findings of this study emailed to me.  

9. I understand that after I click “I consent”, this electronic record of consent will be retained by the researcher.
     
 
Do you consent to your de-identified data being used for future research projects? *

Please note: This is not compulsory for participation in the Music and Craving Study.

 
Great! We are almost ready to go.

First, however, we need to double-check your eligibility for this study.

 
Eligibility

 
Are you aged 18 - 40 years old? *

     
 
Do you currently have hearing difficulties? *

     
 
Do you dislike electronic dance or house music? *

Please note: It is not necessary to love electronic dance music to participate in the Music and Craving Study. So long as you do not dislike electronic dance music, you are eligible to take part. If you are unsure what we mean by "electronic dance or house music", please listen to the video below.
     
 
The Music and Craving Study includes an online component (this survey) and an in-person component at Federation Hall in Southbank.

Are you able to attend the following session? *


 
The Music and Craving Study includes an online component (this survey) and an in-person component at Federation Hall in Southbank.

Are you able to attend our in-person component on one of the following days? *

-Saturday, 6th August 2016, 3:30pm
-Wednesday, 24th August 2016, 6pm
-Saturday, 27th August 2016, 2pm
-Wednesday, 31st August 2016, 6pm
-Saturday, 24th September 2016, 2pm
     
 
If you are unable to attend one of the above days for the in-person component, you can either choose to receive information on future in-person component days or opt-out now.

What would you like to do? *


 
Fantastic!

Indeed, you are eligible for the Music and Craving Study.

Let's begin with the basics.

 
The basics

 
Are you a University of Melbourne MBB1 student who has signed up for the Music and Craving Study via the Research Experience Participation (REP) System? *

Please note: If you are an MBB1 student and would like your participation to be credited toward your REP hurdle requirement, you must book a time slot via the SONA website: https://unimelb.sona-systems.com. Should you not book a timeslot via the SONA website, your participation cannot be credited.
     
 
Would you like to a receive a summary report of our findings via email once we complete the Music and Craving Study? *

Please note: This is mandatory for REP students.
     
 
What is your date of birth? *

 
What is your gender? *


 
Done and done!

Let's move on to musical experience.

 
Musical experience

 
Do you like listening to music? *

     
 
How many hours per week do you listen to music on average? *

 
How much of your music listening is active listening? *

Active listening is listening to music for pleasure or with a purpose, not coincidentally or in the background.
 
Which styles of music do you like listening to? *


 
Which styles of electronic music do you like listening to? *


 
How often do you listen to alternative music? *

 
How often do you listen to blues music? *

 
How often do you listen to classical music? *

 
How often do you listen to country music? *

 
How often do you listen to electronic music? *

 
How often do you listen to folk music? *

 
How often do you listen to hip hop/rap music? *

 
How often do you listen to jazz music? *

 
How often do you listen to metal music? *

 
How often do you listen to musical theatre music? *

 
How often do you listen to pop music? *

 
How often do you listen to R&B/soul music? *

 
How often do you listen to rock music? *

 
How often do you listen to soundtrack music? *

 
How often do you listen to world music? *

 
How often do you listen to other music? *

 
What is the highest year level you studied music at school? *


 
What is the highest level you studied or are studying music at a tertiary level? *


 
Tell us about your tertiary training in music. *

 
Have you had formal training in a musical instrument or voice? *

     
 
At what age did you begin formal training in music? *

 
What instrument is that? *

 
How many years of formal training have you had in this instrument? *

 
Have you had formal training in any other musical instrument or voice? *

     
 
What instrument is that? *

 
How many years of formal training have you had in this instrument? *

 
Have you had formal training in any other musical instrument or voice? *

     
 
What instrument is that? *

 
How many years of formal training have you had in this instrument? *

 
Have you had formal training in any other musical instrument or voice? *

     
 
What instrument is that? *

 
How many years of formal training have you had in this instrument? *

 
Have you had formal training in any other musical instrument or voice? *

     
 
What instrument is that? *

 
How many years of formal training have you had in this instrument? *

 
Do you have absolute pitch? *

     
 
Can you sight read music? *

     
 
What clefs can you sight read? *


 
Have you had formal training in music theory/musicianship? *

     
 
How many years of formal training have you had in music theory/musicianship? *

 
Have you ever composed? *

     
 
Tell us about your compositional experience. *

E.g., number of pieces composed etc.
 
Have you had formal training in composition? *

     
 
How many years of formal training have you had in composition? *

 
Tell us about your formal training in composition. *

 
Have you ever produced music? *

     
 
Tell us about your music production experience. *

 
Have you had formal training in music production? *

     
 
How many years of formal training have you had in music production? *

 
Tell us about your formal training in music production. *

 
Have you ever performed as a DJ? *

     
 
Tell us about your DJ experience. *

 
Have you had formal training in DJ performance? *

     
 
How many years of formal training have you had in DJ performance? *

 
Tell us about your formal training in DJ performance. *

 
Have you ever earned wages as a musician, composer, music producer, or DJ? *

     
 
Tell us about your experience earning wages as a musician, composer, music producer, or DJ. *

E.g., number of years performing, average number of performances per year etc.
 
Do you currently play a musical instrument or sing? *

     
 
What instrument is that? *

 
On average, how many hours do you play this instrument? *

E.g., 5 hours per week, 2 hours per day, 10 hours per month etc.
 
Do you currently play another instrument? *

     
 
What instrument is that? *

 
On average, how many hours do you play this instrument? *

E.g., 5 hours per week, 2 hours per day, 10 hours per month etc.
 
Do you currently play another instrument? *

     
 
What instrument is that? *

 
On average, how many hours do you play this instrument? *

E.g., 5 hours per week, 2 hours per day, 10 hours per month etc.
 
Do you currently play another instrument? *

     
 
What instrument is that? *

 
On average, how many hours do you play this instrument? *

E.g., 5 hours per week, 2 hours per day, 10 hours per month etc.
 
Do you currently play another instrument? *

     
 
What instrument is that? *

 
On average, how many hours do you play this instrument? *

E.g., 5 hours per week, 2 hours per day, 10 hours per month etc.
 
Which styles of music did you grow up listening to? *


 
As a child (up to age 10), how often do you recall singing by yourself or hearing others sing in the home? *

 
That is it for musical experience!

Our next stop is medical history.

 
Medical history

 
Do you have any serious illnesses? *


 
Tell us a bit about this.

E.g., diagnosis, duration of illness etc.
 
Have you been diagnosed with any neurological conditions? *


 
Tell us a bit about this.

E.g., diagnosis, duration of illness etc.
 
Have you been diagnosed with any mental health conditions? *


 
Tell us a bit about this.

E.g., diagnosis, duration of illness etc.
 
Have you had any neurosurgical operations? *


 
For what reason?

 
Have you ever seen a neurologist? *


 
For what reason?

 
Have you ever had a significant head injury? *


 
Did you lose consciousness? *


 
For how long did you lose consciousness? *

E.g., 30 minutes, 3 hours etc.
 
Have you ever had a cerebral infection, such as meningitis or encephalitis? *


 
Tell us a bit about this.

E.g., diagnosis, duration of illness etc.
 
Have you ever had a stroke? *


 
Tell us a bit about this.

E.g., location of stroke, course of recovery etc.
 
Have you ever had seizures? *


 
Tell us a bit about this.

E.g., when was your last seizure? Have you received a diagnosis of epilepsy?
 
Do you take any prescription medications? *

     
 
What prescription medications do you take?

 
Medical history, tick!

Below are some statements a person may either agree or disagree with. For each item, please indicate how much you agree or disagree. Be as accurate and honest as you can. Respond to each item as if it were the only item. That is, don't worry about being "consistent" in your responses.

 
Please indicate how much you agree or disagree

 
When I share music with someone I feel a special connection with that person. *

 
In my free time I hardly listen to music. *

 
I like to listen to music that contains emotion. *

 
Music keeps me company when I’m alone. *

 
I don’t like to dance, not even with music I like. *

 
Music makes me bond with other people. *

 
I inform myself about music I like. *

 
I get emotional listening to certain pieces of music. *

 
Music calms and relaxes me. *

 
Music often makes me dance. *

 
I’m always looking for new music. *

 
I can become tearful or cry when I listen to a melody that I like very much. *

 
I like to sing or play an instrument with other people. *

 
Music helps me chill out. *

 
I can’t help humming or singing along to music that I like. *

 
At a concert I feel connected to the performers and the audience. *

 
I spend quite a bit of money on music and related items. *

 
I sometimes feel chills when I hear a melody that I like. *

 
Music comforts me. *

 
When I hear a tune I like a lot I can’t help tapping or moving to its beat. *

 
Below are some (more) statements a person may either agree or disagree with. For each item, please indicate how much you agree or disagree. Be as accurate and honest as you can. Respond to each item as if it were the only item. That is, don't worry about being "consistent" in your responses.

 
Please indicate how much you agree or disagree

 
A person's family is the most important thing in life. *


 
Even if something bad is about to happen to me, I rarely experience fear or nervousness. *


 
I go out of my way to get things I want. *


 
When I'm doing well at something I love to keep at it. *


 
I'm always willing to try something new if I think it will be fun. *


 
How I dress is important to me. *


 
When I get something I want, I feel excited and energised. *


 
Criticism or scolding hurts me quite a bit. *


 
When I want something I usually go all-out to get it. *


 
I will often do things for no other reason than that they might be fun. *


 
It's hard for me to find the time to do things such as get a haircut. *


 
If I see a chance to get something I want I move on it right away. *


 
I feel pretty worried or upset when I think or know somebody is angry at me. *


 
When I see an opportunity for something I like I get excited right away. *


 
I often act on the spur of the moment. *


 
If I think something unpleasant is going to happen I usually get pretty "worked up." *


 
I often wonder why people act the way they do. *


 
When good things happen to me, it affects me strongly. *


 
I feel worried when I think I have done poorly at something important. *


 
I crave excitement and new sensations. *


 
When I go after something I use a "no holds barred" approach. *


 
I have very few fears compared to my friends. *


 
It would excite me to win a contest. *


 
I worry about making mistakes. *


 
Below you will find (even more) statements. Please rate the truth of each statement as it applies to you when you listen to music in general.

 
Please rate the truth of each statement as it applies to you when you listen to music in general

 
When I hear music playing I am drawn towards it. *

 
Music makes me feel happy. *

 
I don’t really notice music when it’s playing. *

 
I usually switch the music off when I enter a room or a car. *

 
When I’m upset about something music makes me feel worse. *

 
When I hear music I want to sing / hum along. *

 
Music makes me feel relaxed. *

 
I smile when I hear music. *

 
I tap my foot when I hear music. *

 
Music makes me feel anxious and disturbed. *

 
When I hear music I want to get up and dance. *

 
If I’m upset about something music makes me feel better. *

 
I often turn the volume down when music is playing. *

 
I am moved to tears by music. *

 
I feel chills when I listen to a moving piece of music. *

 
Below are some statements that describe ways people act and think. For each item, please indicate how much you agree or disagree. Be as accurate and honest as you can. Respond to each item as if it were the only item. That is, don't worry about being "consistent" in your responses.

 
Please indicate how much you agree or disagree

 
I have a reserved and cautious attitude toward life. *


 
I have trouble controlling my impulses. *


 
I generally seek new and exciting experiences and sensations. *


 
I generally like to see things through to the end. *


 
When I am very happy, I can’t seem to stop myself from doing things that can have bad consequences. *


 
My thinking is usually careful and purposeful. *


 
I have trouble resisting my cravings (for food, cigarettes, etc.). *


 
I'll try anything once. *


 
I tend to give up easily. *


 
When I am in a great mood, I tend to get into situations that could cause me problems. *


 
I am not one of those people who blurt out things without thinking. *


 
I often get involved in things I later wish I could get out of. *


 
I like sports and games in which you have to choose your next move very quickly. *


 
Unfinished tasks really bother me. *


 
When I am very happy, I tend to do things that may cause problems in my life. *


 
I like to stop and think things over before I do them. *


 
When I feel bad, I will often do things I later regret in order to make myself feel better now. *


 
I would enjoy water skiing. *


 
Once I get going on something I hate to stop. *


 
I tend to lose control when I am in a great mood. *


 
I don't like to start a project until I know exactly how to proceed. *


 
Sometimes when I feel bad, I can’t seem to stop what I am doing even though it is making me feel worse. *


 
I quite enjoy taking risks. *


 
I concentrate easily. *


 
When I am really ecstatic, I tend to get out of control. *


 
I would enjoy parachute jumping. *


 
I finish what I start. *


 
I tend to value and follow a rational, "sensible" approach to things. *


 
When I am upset I often act without thinking. *


 
Others would say I make bad choices when I am extremely happy about something. *


 
I welcome new and exciting experiences and sensations, even if they are a little frightening and unconventional. *


 
I am able to pace myself so as to get things done on time. *


 
I usually make up my mind through careful reasoning. *


 
When I feel rejected, I will often say things that I later regret. *


 
Others are shocked or worried about the things I do when I am feeling very excited. *


 
I would like to learn to fly an airplane. *


 
I am a person who always gets the job done. *


 
I am a cautious person. *


 
It is hard for me to resist acting on my feelings. *


 
When I get really happy about something, I tend to do things that can have bad consequences. *


 
I sometimes like doing things that are a bit frightening. *


 
I almost always finish projects that I start. *


 
Before I get into a new situation I like to find out what to expect from it. *


 
I often make matters worse because I act without thinking when I am upset. *


 
When overjoyed, I feel like I can’t stop myself from going overboard. *


 
I would enjoy the sensation of skiing very fast down a high mountain slope. *


 
Sometimes there are so many little things to be done that I just ignore them all. *


 
I usually think carefully before doing anything. *


 
When I am really excited, I tend not to think of the consequences of my actions. *


 
In the heat of an argument, I will often say things that I later regret. *


 
I would like to go scuba diving. *


 
I tend to act without thinking when I am really excited. *


 
I always keep my feelings under control. *


 
When I am really happy, I often find myself in situations that I normally wouldn’t be comfortable with. *


 
Before making up my mind, I consider all the advantages and disadvantages. *


 
I would enjoy fast driving. *


 
When I am very happy, I feel like it is ok to give in to cravings or overindulge. *


 
Sometimes I do impulsive things that I later regret. *


 
I am surprised at the things I do while in a great mood. *


 
Statements done! You are now on the home stretch.

Last stop, a few questions on recreational drug use.

 
Recreational drug use

 
Do you drink alcohol? *


 
On average, how many standard alcoholic drinks do you consume? *

E.g., 6 standard drinks per week, 10 standard drinks per month etc.
 
Do you smoke tobacco? *


 
On average, how many cigarettes do you smoke? *

E.g., 10 cigarettes per week, 30 cigarettes per day etc.
 
Have you been diagnosed with any substance use disorder? *


 
Tell us a bit about this.

 
Have you ever used drugs recreationally, apart from alcohol or tobacco? *


 
Do you use any other drugs recreationally? *


 
What other drug do you use recreationally?

 
Do you use any other drugs recreationally? *


 
What other drug do you use recreationally?

 
Do you use any other drugs recreationally? *


 
What other drug do you use recreationally?

 
You are finished! Well done! 

 
MELBOURNE SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES
Debriefing Statement - Online Component

PROJECT TITLE: Music and Craving - Phase 1
                                                                            
Professor Sarah Wilson (Principal Researcher) 
Tel: 8344 7391; Email: sarahw@unimelb.edu.au
Kiralee Musgrove (PhD Researcher) 
Email: kmusgrove@student.unimelb.edu.au
Lynne Krohn (Research Assistant) 

Thank you for participating in the online component of the Music and Craving Study. This research aims to investigate what drives the experience of craving resolution of tension, or “the drop”, when listening to electronic music.  

Today, you completed an online survey covering the topics of basic demographic information, musical experience, medical history (including neurological and psychiatric history), recreational drug use, attitudes toward music, and more general attitudes toward the way people act and think.  

Before we let you go, we think it is worth acknowledging that some of the topics you covered today were of a sensitive nature, particularly psychiatric history and recreational drug use. Should you feel confronted, concerned, or triggered by any of these topics, you can contact Professor Sarah Wilson for appropriate referral or treatment arrangements. Alternatively, we would encourage you to get in touch with:

1. Lifeline 
- they provide 24-hour crisis support counselling (ph: 13 11 14) and a one-on-one online crisis support service 7pm - 4am, 7 days a week (www.lifeline.org.au).

2. Beyond Blue 
- they provide 24-hour mental health counselling (ph: 1300 22 46 36) and an online chat service 3pm - 12am, 7 days a week (www.beyondblue.org.au).

You can find more information on substance misuse here: 
www.lifeline.org.au/Get-Help/Facts---Information/Substance-Abuse---Addiction/Substance-Abuse-and-Addiction

If you are concerned about your substance use specifically, we would encourage you to get in touch with:

1. Direct Line 
- they provide 24-hour drug and alcohol counselling (ph: 1800 888 236) and a 24-hour online counselling service (www.counsellingonline.org.au).

2. National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre 
- they provide cannabis counselling Monday to Friday, 11am - 7pm (ph: 1800 30 40 50) and have resources available online (www.ncpic.org.au).

If you are in immediate danger, please call 000.

Should you have any concerns about this study and wish to contact the researchers directly, please do so via the details above.

This research has been cleared by the Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC 1646542.1). If you have any concerns about this project please contact the Executive Officer, Human Research Ethics, The University of Melbourne (Tel: 8344 2073; Fax: 9347 6739).


Thank you for your time and interest.

Unfortunately, you are not eligible for this study.

Please do keep an eye out for our studies in the future.

If you had any difficulties with this survey, please email the researchers at kmusgrove@student.unimelb.edu.au.
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