The Acute and Residual Effects of Cannabis on Driving and the Risk of Collision for People who Drive after using Alcohol and Drive after using Cannabis

Although the impairing effects produced by alcohol and their direct effect on the driving task have been well defined for decades, similar information on the effects of Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) following cannabis use in relation to driving skill is lacking. A combination of experimental and epi...

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Main Author: Sayer, Gillian
Other Authors: Brands, Bruna
Published: 2014
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