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Table 7 Patterns of cannabis use in past year by substance use for the total sample (N = 589)

From: Patterns and correlates of cannabis use by cumulative lifetime violence severity as target and/or perpetrator in a community sample of eastern Canadian men

 Patterns of Cannabis UseChi-square
Never (53.3%, n = 314) aSometimes (once or twice, monthly or weekly)
(25.6%, n = 151) a
Daily or Almost Daily (21%, n = 124) a
Smoking: n (%)(n = 313)   
 -Current Smoker36 (11.5) d43 (28.5)65 (52.4) dχ2 (4) = 107.47, p = .000, V = .302
 -Quit Smoking72 (23.0)41 (27.2)38 (30.6)
 -Never Smoked205 (65.5) d67 (44.4)21 (16.9) d
AUDIT-C Indicator of Possible Hazardous Drinking or Active Alcohol Use Disorder: n (%)(n = 313)   
 -Yes122 (39.0) d104 (68.9) d75 (60.5)χ2 (2) = 41.90, p = .000, V = .267
 -No191 (61.0) d47 (31.1) d49 (39.5)
Binge Drinking (6 or more drinks monthly or more often): n (%)
 -Yes69 (22.0) d77 (51.0) d46 (37.1)χ2 (2) = 40.53, p = .000, V = .262
 -No245 (78.0) d74 (49.0) d78 (62.9)
Use of prescription drugsb for non-medical reasons or in more than prescribed amounts in past year: n (%)
 -Yes21 (6.7) d28 (18.5)41 (33.1) dχ2 (2) = 49.45, p = .000, V = .290
 -No293 (93.3)123 (81.5)83 (66.9) d
Use of street/recreational drugsc other than cannabis in past year: n (%) (n = 150)  
 -Yes5 (1.6) d30 (20.0)56 (45.2 dχ2 (2) = 132.15, p = .000, V = .474
 -No309 (98.4) d120 (80.0)68 (54.8) d
  1. a Unless otherwise specified
  2. b such as codeine, morphine, dilaudid, fentanyl, oxycodone or valium
  3. c such as, cocaine, crack, heroin, opium, speed, crystal meth, LSD, acid, mushrooms, ecstasy, special K
  4. d Standardized Residual > ± 1.96