Craig Malone

Vanessa French1
Ashley Forbes1
Jared Cooze1
John T Weber1
Learn More
Ethanol has well described acute effects on motor function, and chronic alcoholism can damage the cerebellum, which is associated with motor coordination, as well as motor learning. Binge drinking is common among preadolescents and adolescents, and this type of ethanol exposure may lead to long-term nervous system damage. In the current study, we analyzed(More)
  • 1