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Troubles cognitifs et cannabis : revue de la littérature

Abstract : Actually, cognitives troubles are explored in diagnosis for cold cognitions and hot cognitions. Dimensional management is standardized for alcohol and for personality disorders. It is in this context that our work on cannabis-related cognitive disorders comes into play, particularly in the absence of screening tests for these specific cannabis-related disorders. Our review of the literature focused on articles in the last five years and the keywords "cognitive cannabis", "cognitive marjuana", "cognitive cannabis" or "neuropsychological deficiency [cannabis or marijuana]". As expected as part of the effects of cannabis, we have found and detailed disorders of attention, concentration, memory and functions specific to this use. Concerning social cognitions and metacognition, we have also detailed abstract reasoning, motor impulsivity, psychomotor control. Other information is less known, such as a gender modulation of these cognitive disorders. A large number of studies do not find the maintenance of these findings after twenty-eight days of abstinence. In addition, the appearance of therapeutic proposals related to these specific cognitive disorders should encourage us to detect these disorders. In conclusion, our work leads us to some tests on attention or executive functions. They must be adapted to be followed in follow-up consultation.
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Ryad Sadelli. Troubles cognitifs et cannabis : revue de la littérature. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2018. ⟨dumas-02273255⟩



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