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November 19th, 2012, 06:39 PM
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It's funny how people are so adamant that there are no flaws to cannabis/marijuana, but I can search for it on
, a journal archive of
papers, and immediately get the total opposite idea. Here's a random sample - old and new. Worth mentioning I didn't find a single article that reported no differences between control and cannabis groups.
, 1991: (When given a task involving listening for sounds) "...Cannabis users' task performance was significantly worse than controls"
Wayne, 2001: "The most probable harms caused by cannabis use include: an increased risk of motor vehicle accidents; respiratory disease; dependence; adverse effects on adolescent development; and the exacerbation of psychosis."
Chuan-Yu, 2005: "...that cannabis dependence is more likely to occur when use begins during adolescence, and that the cannabis dependence syndrome includes a number of heritable untoward psychiatric side effects including withdrawal."
<- Some people are more likely to become dependent on cannabis than others.
, 2012: Smoking weed affects brain structure, both long term and short-term.
, 2012: Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) is a symptom of cannabis withdrawal.
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