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Int J Neurosci. 1991 Apr;57(3-4):251-7.

Cannabis and cerebral hemispheres: a chrononeuropsychological study.

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Human Cognitive Neuropsychology Laboratory, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain.


This work is a study of the possibility that chronic consumption of derivatives of cannabis can affect the cognitive styles and the brain, altering the relations between both cerebral hemispheres. The results indicate that the Basic Rest-Activity Cycle (BRAC) between two different cognitive styles is not altered in the subjects of the control group; however, there is an alteration in the BRAC of the cerebral hemispheres in the chronic users of hashish.

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