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Cannabis Use and the Nucleus Accumbens: Jodi Gilman: “The results of this study indicate that in young, recreational marijuana users, structural abnormalities in gray matter density, volume, and shape of the nucleus accumbens and amygdala can be observed.” The nucleus accumbens is a dopaminergic brain structure involved in reward and addiction.

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