Alcohol effects on movement-related potentials: a measure of impulsivity?

@article{Marinkovic2000AlcoholEO,
  title={Alcohol effects on movement-related potentials: a measure of impulsivity?},
  author={Ksenija Marinkovic and Eric Halgren and John Klopp and Irving M. Maltzman},
  journal={Journal of studies on alcohol},
  year={2000},
  volume={61 1},
  pages={24-31}
}
OBJECTIVE To assess the effects of acute alcohol intoxication on lateralized readiness potential (LRP), a central measure of movement-related brain activity, and the potential association of such effects with personality measures. METHOD Male volunteers (N = 12) alternated responding hands during a "go/no go" verbal recognition task across all four sessions of the balanced placebo design in which beverage content (either juice only or a vodka and juice mixture that raised the average blood… CONTINUE READING

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