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Table 2 Partial correlations between resting state thalamic networks and AUS/DUS rated cannabis use severity, frequency, and age at onset of cannabis use in the CHR and healthy control groups

From: Evaluating the impact of cannabis use on thalamic connectivity in youth at clinical high risk of psychosis

X Y Z Hemisphere Anatomical landmark Severity Frequency Age at onset of cannabis use
CHR HC CHR HC CHR HC
n = 162 n = 105 n = 162 n = 105 n = 99 n = 38
−31 −67 −43 Left Cerebellum 0.01 (0.96) 0.01 (0.99) −0.01 (0.89) 0.04 (0.83) 0.21 (0.04) 0.13 (0.47)
31 42 31 Right Lateral prefrontal cortex 0.09 (0.28) −0.16 (0.36) 0.14 (0.09) −0.23 (0.19) 0.18 (0.08) 0.11 (0.55)
2 21 36 Midline Anterior cingulate gyrus −0.03 (0.68) −0.08 (0.65) −0.04 (0.63) −0.08 (0.65) 0.16 (0.16) 0.20 (0.25)
−35 −23 58 Left Sensory/ motor cortex 0.03 (0.73) −0.06 (0.74) −0.02 (0.79) −0.07 (0.69) 0.26 (0.01) 0.10 (0.58)
19 −27 70 Right Sensory/ motor cortex 0.03 (0.75) 0.12 (0.50) −0.01 (0.87) 0.02 (0.91) 0.23 (0.03) 0.10 (0.59)
  1. Note. AUS/DUS Alcohol and drug use scale. CHR Clinical high risk, HC healthy control. Age, alcohol use and tobacco use have been entered as covariates. Results expressed as Pearson’s correlations with corresponding p-value in brackets. Significant results are bolded