Cannabis-related working memory deficits and associated subcortical morphological differences in healthy individuals and schizophrenia subjects.

@article{Smith2014CannabisrelatedWM,
  title={Cannabis-related working memory deficits and associated subcortical morphological differences in healthy individuals and schizophrenia subjects.},
  author={Matthew J. Smith and Derin J. Cobia and Lei Wang and Kathryn I. Alpert and Will J Cronenwett and Morris B. Goldman and Daniel Mamah and Deanna M. Barch and Hans C. Breiter and John G. Csernansky},
  journal={Schizophrenia bulletin},
  year={2014},
  volume={40 2},
  pages={287-99}
}
Cannabis use is associated with working memory (WM) impairments; however, the relationship between cannabis use and WM neural circuitry is unclear. We examined whether a cannabis use disorder (CUD) was associated with differences in brain morphology between control subjects with and without a CUD and between schizophrenia subjects with and without a CUD, and whether these differences related to WM and CUD history. Subjects group-matched on demographics included 44 healthy controls, 10 subjects… CONTINUE READING
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