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  1. Be sure to share and like, please – cheers! Til the next one.

    Conclusions: 8:19

    Note: Diffusivity is interpreted differently depending on the type of brain matter you are looking into (white or gray); I did not take that into account when making my interpretation, so a trained neuroscientist might have a difference of opinion on how to interpret that section of data. For more info, click here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/biochemistry-genetics-and-molecular-biology/mean-diffusivity

  2. Very interesting thanks for the video, I've been smoking for many many years, people wouldn't know I'm a pothead.. When my boss found out on our business trip he was like ":O!!!!!!!" and it didn't bother him because he would have assumed I'm "straight edge" I wonder how many people are like me and we just don't know it.

    EDIT* I must say.. when I'm high I don't feel very smart at all, but I feel extremely creative and my thoughts flow like a dam that's been holding back water

  3. Thanks for the video!

    How does academic studies or lifestyle choices (such as regular exercise) affect their findings when it comes to the state of the brain with regards to neurplasticity? I mean studying, say math as your major, molds your brain to be a certain way and even if you smoke weed regularly, how does that interaction of seriously studying math and smoking marijuana come into play for the brain scans?

    And what does lower diffusivity mean for cognitive functions?

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