Alcohol cues increase cognitive impulsivity in individuals with alcoholism

  title={Alcohol cues increase cognitive impulsivity in individuals with alcoholism},
  author={Xavier No{\"e}l and Martial Van der Linden and Mathieu d’Acremont and Antoine Bechara and Bernard Dan and Catherine Hanak and Paul Verbanck},
Individuals with alcoholism are characterized by both attentional bias for alcohol cues and prepotent response inhibition deficit. We tested the hypothesis that alcoholics exhibit greater cognitive disinhibition when the response to be suppressed is associated with alcohol-related information. Forty recently detoxified individuals with alcoholism were compared with 40 healthy non-substance abusers on the “Alcohol-Shifting Task”, a variant of the go/no-go paradigm requiring a motor response to… CONTINUE READING
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