Cannabis Abuse as a Risk Factor for Depressive Symptoms

@inproceedings{Bovasso2003CannabisAA,
  title={Cannabis Abuse as a Risk Factor for Depressive Symptoms},
  author={Gregory B. Bovasso},
  year={2003}
}
Objective: This study sought to estimate the degree to which cannabis abuse is a risk factor for depressive symptoms rather than an effort to self-medicate depression. Method: Participants (N=1,920) in the 1980 Baltimore Epidemiologic Catchment Area (ECA) study who were reassessed between 1994 and 1996 as part of a follow-up study provided the data. The analysis focused on two cohorts: those who reported no depressive symptoms at baseline (N=849) and those with no diagnosis of cannabis abuse at… CONTINUE READING

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