Sybil Goulet-Stock

Sybil Goulet-Stock
Research Associate
Sybil Goulet-Stock is a doctoral student in the interdisciplinary Psychology program and with the Canadian Institute for Substance Use Research (CISUR). Sybil is a research coordinator on the Canadian Managed Alcohol Program Study (CMAPS) team. Her research focuses on alcohol harm reduction, including alcohol labelling policies and cannabis substitution for alcohol in Canada. 



  • Goulet-Stock, S., & Leadbeater, B. J. (2022). The Protective Role of Grit against Alcohol and Cannabis Use through Young Adulthood. Substance use & misuse, 57(12), 1779–1787. 
  • Leadbeater, B., Ames, M. E., Contreras, A., Thompson, K., & Goulet-Stock, S. (2022). Parent and peer influences: Trajectories of cannabis use across the transition from adolescence to young adulthood. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 
  • Goulet-Stock, S., Rueda, S., Vafaei, A., Ialomiteanu, A., Manthey, J., Rehm, J., & Fischer, B. (2017). Comparing medical and recreational cannabis users on socio-demographic, substance and medication use, and health and disability characteristics. European Addiction Research, 23(3), 129-135.