A further examination of the time-dependent effects of oxazepam and lorazepam on implicit and explicit memory

@article{BuffettJerrott1998AFE,
  title={A further examination of the time-dependent effects of oxazepam and lorazepam on implicit and explicit memory},
  author={Susan E. Buffett-Jerrott and Sherry Heather Stewart and Michael D. Teehan},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={1998},
  volume={138},
  pages={344-353}
}
 Until recently, research indicated that all benzodiazepines impair explicit memory, while only lorazepam impairs priming. Stewart and associates provided preliminary data which indicated that both oxazepam and lorazepam may impair implicit memory, but in a time-dependent fashion. The present study was designed to replicate Stewart et al.’s findings after overcoming several limitations of the original study. Thirty subjects were administered an acute dose of lorazepam (2 mg), oxazepam (30 mg… CONTINUE READING

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