Alcohol-induced impairment of behavioral control: differential effects on engaging vs. disengaging responses

@article{Marczinski2005AlcoholinducedIO,
  title={Alcohol-induced impairment of behavioral control: differential effects on engaging vs. disengaging responses},
  author={Cecile A Marczinski and Ben D. Abroms and Mark Van Selst and Mark T. Fillmore},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={2005},
  volume={182},
  pages={452-459}
}
Model-based assessments of behavioral control have been used to study the acute effects of alcohol on the ability to execute and inhibit behavioral responses. Response inhibition appears more vulnerable to the impairing effects of alcohol than response execution. Current information processing models have yet to account for this observation. The present study used a reductionist approach to determine if the particular vulnerability of response inhibition to the effects of alcohol occurs at the… CONTINUE READING

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