Alcoholism leads to early perceptive alterations, independently of comorbid depressed state: An ERP study

  title={Alcoholism leads to early perceptive alterations, independently of comorbid depressed state: An ERP study},
  author={Pierre Maurage and Salvatore Campanella and Pierre Philippot and Philippe de Timary and Paul Verbanck},
  journal={Neurophysiologie Clinique/Clinical Neurophysiology},
INTRODUCTION Alcoholism is associated with a deficit in the processing of emotional facial expressions (EFE) and with a delayed P3b component, partially mediated by earlier perceptive deficits (P100, N170). Since alcohol dependence often occurs with depression, we aim at investigating whether classical event-related potentials (ERP) alterations observed in alcoholism are modulated or not by depression. METHODS Four groups (controls; alcoholics; depressed; alcoholics-depressed) of 12… CONTINUE READING
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