About The Author

Grace Blest-Hopley is a researcher studying the neurochemical and neurofunctional underpinnings of proposed adverse effects from the long-term use of cannabis and cannabinoids. Grace has completed research and reviews of cannabis composition and acute effects in animal and human literature.

Meta-Analysis Of Functionality In Current And Abstinent Cannabis Users

Cannabis is the most commonly used illicit drug worldwide, and legislative changes have been made in some parts to remove its controlled substance status. This is despite evidence to suggest cannabis’ association with adverse effects, such as decreased memory functioning, failure to hold attention and, most worryingly, the development of psychotic disorders. What alterations underlie