The residual neuropsychological effects of cannabis: the current status of research.

  title={The residual neuropsychological effects of cannabis: the current status of research.},
  author={H. Pope and A. Gruber and D. Yurgelun-Todd},
  journal={Drug and alcohol dependence},
  volume={38 1},
Evidence for the residual neuropsychological effects of cannabis must first be separated from evidence regarding (i) the acute effects of the drug, (ii) attributes of heavy cannabis users, and (iii) actual psychiatric disorders caused or exacerbated by cannabis. The remaining evidence must then be subdivided into (a) data supporting a 'drug residue' effect during the 12-24 h period immediately after acute intoxication and (b) data suggesting a more lasting toxic effect on the central nervous… Expand
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