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Congratulations, Randi Melissa Schuster, PhD
2019 Paul Wender Best Paper Award Winner​​
The American Society of Clinical Psychopharmacology (ASCP) presents the Paul Wender Best Paper in The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Award to a recipient who has been published in the past year in The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. The award was presented to author Randi M. Schuster last month during the 2019 ASCP Annual Meeting.​​

One Month of Cannabis Abstinence
in Adolescents and Young Adults
Is Associated With Improved Memory
Randi Melissa Schuster, PhD; Jodi Gilman, PhD; David Schoenfeld, PhD; John Evenden, PhD; Maya Hareli, BA; Christine Ulysse, MS; Emily Nip, BA; Ailish Hanly, BA; Haiyue Zhang, MS; and A. Eden Evins, MD, MPH
​Regular cannabis use during adolescence has been linked to cognitive impairments. To what degree does abstaining from cannabis lead to cognitive improvements in adolescents and young adults who otherwise regularly use it? Read this article to find out.
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