Assessing Within-Task Time Course of Cognitive Interference Processing in Recreational Marijuana Users

Dahlgren, Mary.

Abstract: Marijuana (MJ) remains the most popular illicit drug in the US; however, chronic, heavy MJ use is often associated with cognitive decrements, particularly poorer executive functioning, with earlier age of onset of MJ use associated with increased impairment. Further, neuroimaging studies have demonstrated dysfunctional activation of the cingulo-fronto-parietal attention (CFP) network, pa... read more

Tufts University. Department of Psychology.
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