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Cannabis and cognitive functions: a re-evaluation study.
Summary Out of 25 each of long-term, heavy bhang (marihuana) ingestors, 25 charas (hashish) smokers and 25 matched non-user controls earlier studied and reported by us, 11 bhang users, 19 charasExpand
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Cannabis and cognitive functions: a prospective study.
Psychological tests measuring intelligence, memory and other cognitive functions were given to 26 heavy cannabis users (mean duration of cannabis use 6.76 years; average daily intake 150 mg THC).Expand
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Non-medical drug use amongst non-student youth in India.
In a survey of non-medical drug use by 266 non-students in the age range 10-24 years, tobacco, alcohol and cannabis were found to be the drugs more commonly used. Use was greater in males, older ageExpand
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PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF DRUG ABUSE IN THE THIRD WORLD1
Lately, there has been a significant increase globally in the interest in drug abuse and in its prevention and control. There is evidence that use of alcohol and other dependence producing drugs hasExpand
CANNABIS AND COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS. A RE-EVALUATION
Out of 25 each of long-term, heavy bhang (marihuana) ingestors, 25 charas (hashish) smokers and 25 matched non-user controls earlier studied and reported by us, 11 bhang users, 19 charas smokers andExpand