Subjects completed one experimental session. After signing the consent form, a urine test (iScreen IS1THC dipstick; Alere Toxicology, Portsmouth, VA, USA) was conducted on all subjects to detect the presence of cannabis and to ensure group assignment (Users vs. Non-Users). Subjects then completed Item 14 of the Berg Balance Scale (BBS-14), question 1 of the Activities Balance Confidence (ABC-1) scale, the 9-Hole Peg Test (9-HPT), the Deary–Liewald reaction time (RT) tasks (simple and choice RT) [29], the Flanker Inhibitory Control and Attention Test, static posturography, and a 30-m walk test.

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