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Lawn, Will and Trinci, Katie and Mokrysz, Claire and Borissova, Anna and Ofori, Shelan and Petrilli, Kat and Bloomfield, Michael and Haniff, Zarah R and Hall, Daniel and Fernandez-Vinson, Natalia and Wang, Simiao and Englund, Amir and Chesney, Edward and Wall, Matthew B and Freeman, Tom P and Curran, H Valerie (2023) The acute effects of cannabis with and without cannabidiol in adults and adolescents: a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover experiment. Addiction , 118 , (7) , pp. 1282-1294.

Lawn, Will and Mokrysz, Claire and Lees, Rachel and Trinci, Katie and Petrilli, Kat and Skumlien, Martine and Borissova, Anna and Ofori, Shelan and Bird, Catherine and Jones, Grace and Bloomfield, Michael Ap and Das, Ravi K and Wall, Matthew B and Freeman, Tom P and Curran, H Valerie (2022) The CannTeen Study: Cannabis use disorder, depression, anxiety, and psychotic-like symptoms in adolescent and adult cannabis users and age-matched controls. Journal of Psychopharmacology , 36 , (12) , pp. 1350-1361.

Skumlien, Martine and Mokrysz, Claire and Freeman, Tom P and Wall, Matthew B and Bloomfield, Michael and Lees, Rachel and Borissova, Anna and Petrilli, Kat and Carson, James and Coughlan, Tiernan and Ofori, Shelan and Langley, Christelle and Sahakian, Barbara J and Curran, H Valerie and Lawn, Will (2022) Neural responses to reward anticipation and feedback in adult and adolescent cannabis users and controls. Neuropsychopharmacology , 47 , (11) , pp. 1976-1983.

Bloomfield, Michael A P and Hindocha, Chandni and Green, Sebastian F and Wall, Matthew B and Lees, Rachel and Petrilli, Katherine and Costello, Harry and Olabisi Ogunbiyi, M and Bossong, Matthijs G and Freeman, Tom P The neuropsychopharmacology of cannabis: a review of human imaging studies. Pharmacology & Therapeutics .

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