How Cannabis Causes Paranoia: Using the Intravenous Administration of ∆9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) to Identify Key Cognitive Mechanisms Leading to Paranoia

“… it was definitively demonstrated that the drug triggers paranoid thoughts in vulnerable individuals. The most likely mechanism of action causing paranoia was the generation of negative affect and anomalous experiences”

How Cannabis Causes Paranoia: Using the Intravenous Administration of ∆9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) to Identify Key Cognitive Mechanisms Leading to Paranoia.

2 responses to “How Cannabis Causes Paranoia: Using the Intravenous Administration of ∆9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) to Identify Key Cognitive Mechanisms Leading to Paranoia

  1. As someone that had issues your Term of ‘Paranoia’ is way out of context. The word you should use is ‘ A panic attack’. From my studies mental illness in part is due to sleepy states where the Sympathetic Nervous System does not awake the client to a state of ‘Fight or flight’. All I’ll say is a Chinese whisper – yes I’ve already apologised – in the lunatic assylum of ‘Script (Erving Goffman, DD100, O.U) ‘echoes”……!

  2. I’m five years old and released by Psychiatry at the age of: a newborn some months ago.

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