Keep off the grass? Cannabis, cognition and addiction

  title={Keep off the grass? Cannabis, cognition and addiction},
  author={H. Curran and T. Freeman and C. Mokrysz and D. Lewis and C. Morgan and L. Parsons},
  journal={Nature Reviews Neuroscience},
  • H. Curran, T. Freeman, +3 authors L. Parsons
  • Published 2016
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Nature Reviews Neuroscience
  • In an increasing number of states and countries, cannabis now stands poised to join alcohol and tobacco as a legal drug. Quantifying the relative adverse and beneficial effects of cannabis and its constituent cannabinoids should therefore be prioritized. Whereas newspaper headlines have focused on links between cannabis and psychosis, less attention has been paid to the much more common problem of cannabis addiction. Certain cognitive changes have also been attributed to cannabis use, although… CONTINUE READING
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