Marijuana, Physiological effect, Therapeutic use
This paper is a critical review of current research on the effects of marijuana use in human subjects. The first three sections provide basic information on the pharmacology of marijuana, the methodological difficulties in marijuana research, and the subjective effects associated with its use. The main body of the paper deals with psychological and physiological effects separately.
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Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Social Sciences
iii, 177 pages
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Marijuana -- Physiological effect, Marijuana -- Therapeutic use
Burmeister, Gregory Roth, "The Effects of Marijuana Smoking on Human Subjects: a Literature Review" (1979). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 400.