Cannabis Use Not Linked To Loss Of Motivation, According To New Study

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A new study conducted on teens finds no connection between marijuana use and loss of motivation. A new study shows that marijuana use alone isn’t associated with less motivation, particularly in teens. These assessments consisted of two motivational questionnaires — the Apathy Evaluation Scale and the Motivation and Engagement Scale — and questions about the participants’ use of alcohol, tobacco, and marijuana. Scientific data on cannabis and its effects on people are important for debunking myths that have long tampered with the plant. RELATED: One Joint Of Cannabis Makes You Lazy, But Only In The Short Term The study also showed that while some subjects increased their cannabis use over the years, this change wasn’t associated with more or less motivation.

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A new study conducted on teens finds no connection between marijuana use and loss of motivation.

The lazy stoner is one of the most prevalent stereotypes, one that is still difficult to shake. A new study shows that marijuana use alone isn’t associated with less motivation, particularly in teens.

Published in the Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, the...

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