Nabilone produces marked impairments to cognitive function and changes in subjective state in healthy volunteers.

Abstract

This was a double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled, crossover study of the acute cognitive and subjective effects of nabilone 1-3 mg in healthy male volunteers. The Cognitive Drug Research computerised system (CDR system) was used to assess changes in attention, working and episodic memory. In addition, a number of self-ratings were conducted including… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/0269881109105900

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@article{Wesnes2010NabilonePM, title={Nabilone produces marked impairments to cognitive function and changes in subjective state in healthy volunteers.}, author={Keith A Wesnes and Peter Annas and Chris J Edgar and Catherine Deeprose and Rolf Karlsten and Alois Philipp and Jarkko Kalliom{\"a}ki and M{\"a}rtha S Segerdahl}, journal={Journal of psychopharmacology}, year={2010}, volume={24 11}, pages={1659-69} }