Functional connectivity and cannabis use in high-risk adolescents.

  title={Functional connectivity and cannabis use in high-risk adolescents.},
  author={Jon M. Houck and Angela D. Bryan and Sarah W Feldstein Ewing},
  journal={The American journal of drug and alcohol abuse},
  volume={39 6},
BACKGROUND Adolescence is a unique neurodevelopmental period when regions of the brain most able to assess risk and reward are still in development. Cannabis use during adolescence has been associated with persistent negative outcomes. Although measures of resting brain activity are useful in assessing functional connectivity, such measures have not been broadly applied in adolescent cannabis-users. OBJECTIVES The goal of the present study was to analyze the associations between cannabis use… CONTINUE READING


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