Cannabis use linked to altered connectivity in brain’s executive control network, study finds

A recent study published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology has found that cannabis use is associated with alterations in the connectivity of a specific brain network called the executive control network. However, these alterations do not seem to differ significantly between adolescent and adult cannabis users, challenging the expectation that adolescents might be more affected by the substance in this particular brain network.


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