School of Psychology
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
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Name of research group: Brain and Cognition Research
Brief description of research area: Cannabis impairment
Research Project 1
Title: Critical review of the literature on cannabis-related impairment
Many studies (laboratory, simulator, and on-road) have been published on the level of impairment due to the recent use of cannabis. These studies have been reviewed a number of times. However, the reviews have generally failed to ‘calibrate’ the impairment. The practical (e.g., road-safety) implication of the impairment cannot therefore easily be assessed. The aim of this project would be to select a number of recent impairment studies, and compare the levels of cannabis-related impairment with the levels found in a parallel area of research, such as the research on aging.
Projects available for:
Honours / HDR / Masters / Mphil
Meetings would be held outside the university precincts – possibly in cafes
Research project start:
Year Citation 2019 Metcalf, R., White, S., Potter, S., Barney, R., Hunter, C., White, M., . . . Blaylock, R. (2019). The association of inpatient blood utilization and diagnosis-related group weight: implications for risk-adjusted benchmarking. Transfusion, 59(7), 2316-2323.
2018 Rogeberg, O., Elvik, R., & White, M. (2018). Correction to: ‘The effects of cannabis intoxication on motor vehicle collision revisited and revised’ (2016). Addiction, 113(5), 967-969.
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2010 White, M. A. (2010). The early history of White's illusion. Colour: Design and Creativity, 7, 1-7. 2000 Longo, M., Hunter, C., Lokan, R., White, J., & White, M. (2000). The prevalence of alcohol, cannabinoids, benzodiazepines and stimulants amongst injured drivers and their role in driver culpability. Part II: The relationship between drug prevalence and drug concentration, and driver culpability. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 32(5), 623-632.
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2000 Longo, M., Hunter, C., Lokan, R., White, J., & White, M. (2000). The prevalence of alcohol, cannabinoids, benzodiazepines and stimulants amongst injured drivers and their role in driver culpability. Part I: the prevalence of drug use in drivers, and characteristics of the drug-positive group. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 32(5), 613-622.
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1999 Burns, N., Nettelbeck, T., White, M., & Willson, J. (1999). Effects of car window tinting on visual performance : A comparison of elderly and young drivers. Ergonomics, 42(3), 428-443.
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1998 Burns, N., Nettelbeck, T., & White, M. (1998). Testing the interpretation of inspection time as a measure of speed of sensory processing. Personality and Individual Differences, 24(1), 25-39.
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1996 White, M. (1996). Interpreting inspection time as a measure of the speed of sensory processing.. Personality and Individual Differences, 20(3), 351-363.
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1993 White, M. (1993). The inspection time rationale fails to demonstrate that inspection time is a measure of the speed of post-sensory processing. Personality and Individual Differences, 15(2), 185-198.
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1987 Glow, R., Glow, P., & White, M. (1987). Parent-perceived child behavior problems: Comparison of normative and clinical factors of the Adelaide-Conners Parent Rating Scale. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment, 9(3), 255-280.
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1985 White, M., & White, T. (1985). Counterphase lightness induction. Vision Research, 25(9), 1331-1335.
DOI Scopus26 WoS25 Europe PMC17
1982 White, M. (1982). The assimilation-enhancing effect of a dotted surround upon a dotted test region. Perception, 11(1), 103-106.
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1981 White, M. (1981). The effect of the nature of the surround on the perceived lightness of grey bars within square-wave test gratings. Perception, 10(2), 215-230.
DOI Scopus77 WoS79 Europe PMC48
1979 White, M. (1979). A new effect of pattern on perceived lightness. Perception, 8(4), 413-416.
DOI Scopus178 WoS168 Europe PMC105
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