April 01, 2014
AJP CME Course for April 2014: Repeated Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabinol Exposure in Adolescent Monkeys: Persistent Effects Selective for Spatial Working Memory
Expires March 31, 2016

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Why is studying the effects of THC working memory in adolescent monkeys particularly relevant for understanding its effects on adolescent humans?
What brain area do these findings indirectly implicate as underlying the persistent effects of THC on working memory?
What support do these findings provide for adolescent cannabis use as a risk factor for the appearance of schizophrenia?