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Long-Term Cannabis Use and Cognitive Reserves and Hippocampal Volume in Midlife (2022)

Meier, M. H., Caspi, A., R. Knodt, A., Hall, W., Ambler, A., Harrington, H., ... & Moffitt, T. E. (2022). Long-term cannabis use and cognitive reserves and hippocampal volume in midlife. American Journal of Psychiatry, 179(5), 362-374.

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This prospective study compared cannabis use, dependence level, and cognitive abilities from childhood until midlife. Those midlife individuals with long-term cannabis use were found to have cognitive deficits and smaller hippocampal volume. Addition ...

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