Associations between adolescent #cannabis use and young-adult functioning in three longitudinal twin studies

Observational studies have linked cannabis use to an array of negative outcomes, including psychiatric symptoms, cognitive impairment, and educational and occupational underachievement. These associations are particularly strong when cannabis use occurs in adolescence. Nevertheless, causality remains unclear. The purpose of the present study was thus to examine associations between prospectively assessed adolescent cannabis use and young-adult outcomes (psychiatric, cognitive, and socioeconomic) in three longitudinal studies … Continue reading Associations between adolescent #cannabis use and young-adult functioning in three longitudinal twin studies

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Online #Mindfulness May Target Psychological #Distress and Mental Health during #COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically affected mental health, creating an urgent need for convenient and safe interventions to improve well-being. Online mindfulness interventions show promise for improving depression, anxiety, and general well-being. Objective To assess: 1) the impact of online mindfulness on psychological distress, 2) altruistic efforts, and 3) the quantity, quality, and availability of online mindfulness resources during the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods 233 participants … Continue reading Online #Mindfulness May Target Psychological #Distress and Mental Health during #COVID-19

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