M.A.S.S. Student Presents Research
Justin Hoyle, working with Dr. Bryan Miller of Georgia Southern University and Dr. John Stogner of UNC-Charlotte, presented “Synthetic Highs: Exploring Predictors of Synthetic Cannabinoid Use in a College Sample” at the 2014 SCJA conference in Clearwater, FL. This piece examines the ability of competing criminological theories to predict synthetic marijuana use.
During the conference, Hoyle was able to meet experts in his field and establish connections with those who share similar research interests. Hoyle also gained valuable experience presenting this work to criminologists and criminal justice professionals.
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