Non-acute (residual) neurocognitive effects of cannabis use: A meta-analytic study

@article{Grant2003NonacuteN,
  title={Non-acute (residual) neurocognitive effects of cannabis use: A meta-analytic study},
  author={I. Grant and R. Gonzalez and C. Carey and L. Natarajan and T. Wolfson},
  journal={Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society},
  year={2003},
  volume={9},
  pages={679 - 689}
}
The possible medicinal use of cannabinoids for chronic diseases emphasizes the need to understand the long-term effects of these compounds on the central nervous system. We provide a quantitative synthesis of empirical research pertaining to the non-acute (residual) effects of cannabis on the neurocognitive performance of adult human subjects. Out of 1,014 studies retrieved using a thorough search strategy, only 11 studies met essential a priori inclusion criteria, providing data for a total of… Expand
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