Adolescent-Limited Cannabis Use and Developmental Delay

Abstract

Persistent heavy cannabis use in adolescence has been linked to a number of adverse outcomes in adult transitions, especially in the domains of educational attainment and career development. Given demonstrated risks of... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Maia Frieser (Institute for Behavioral Genetics)
  2. Robin Corley (University of Colorado Boulder, Institute for Behavioral Genetics)
  3. John Hewitt (University of Colorado Boulder, Institute for Behavioral Genetics)
  4. Christian Hopfer (University of Colorado Denver)
  5. Tamara Wall (University of California, San Diego)
  6. Chandra Reynolds (University of California- Riverside)
  7. Sally Wadsworth (University of Colorado Boulder, Institute for Behavioral Genetics)
  8. Michael Stallings (University of Colorado Boulder, Institute for Behavioral Genetics)

Topic Areas

Aging , Psychopathology (e.g., Internalizing, Externalizing, Psychosis) , Substance use: Alcohol, Nicotine, Drugs , Development

Session

PS-8 » Substance Use (18:00 - Thursday, 21st June)

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