Regular Marijuana Use Is Associated With Differences in Brain Gray Matter and Connectivity

Cannabis / 27 septembre 2016

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A NIDA-funded brain imaging study has shown that regular users of marijuana have less gray matter than nonusers of the drug in the orbitofrontal cortex (OFC), a brain region that contributes to impulse control, decision-making, and learning. Such a deficit could make it more difficult to change counterproductive behaviors, including drug use.

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