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NEUROFUNCTIONAL DEFICITS DURING DECISION-MAKING AND AFFECTIVE PROCESSING IN CHRONIC MARIJUANA USERS

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Marijuana is the most frequently used illegal drug in the country with medicinal and recreational use increasing. The present series of studies was designed to examine functional brain activity associated with altered decision-making and affective or emotional processing in long-term chronic marijuana users (MJ Users).
subject
Brain Activity
Cannabis
fMRI
Human
International Affective Picture System
Iowa Gambling Task
contributor
Wesley, Michael John (author)
Porrino, Linda J (committee chair)
Deadwyler, Sam A (committee member)
Hampson, Robert E (committee member)
Liguori, Anthony (committee member)
date
2011-02-16T21:42:30Z (accessioned)
2011-06-17T08:30:10Z (available)
2010 (issued)
degree
Physiology and Pharmacology (discipline)
embargo
2011-06-17 (terms)
identifier
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/30418 (uri)
language
en (iso)
publisher
Wake Forest University
title
NEUROFUNCTIONAL DEFICITS DURING DECISION-MAKING AND AFFECTIVE PROCESSING IN CHRONIC MARIJUANA USERS
type
Dissertation

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