Cortico-cerebellar abnormalities in adolescents with heavy marijuana use.


There are currently no studies that have evaluated the motor network, including the cerebellum, in adolescent marijuana (MJ) smokers. The current study aimed to evaluate whether there were activation differences in Brodmann's area 4 (BA4), Brodmann's area 6 (BA6), cingulate (CG) and cerebellum between MJ-using adolescents and healthy controls (HC) on a… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.pscychresns.2011.11.005


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@article{LopezLarson2012CorticocerebellarAI, title={Cortico-cerebellar abnormalities in adolescents with heavy marijuana use.}, author={Melissa Lopez-Larson and Jadwiga Rogowska and Piotr Bogorodzki and Charles Elliott Bueler and Erin McGlade and Deborah A. Yurgelun-Todd}, journal={Psychiatry research}, year={2012}, volume={202 3}, pages={224-32} }