Distinct E ff ects of Protracted Withdrawal on A ff ect , Craving , Selective Attention and Executive Functions among Alcohol-Dependent Patients

@inproceedings{Uva2010DistinctEF,
  title={Distinct E ff ects of Protracted Withdrawal on A ff ect , Craving , Selective Attention and Executive Functions among Alcohol-Dependent Patients},
  author={Mariana Cordovil de Sousa Uva and Olivier Luminet and Marie Cortesi and Eric Constant and Marc Derely and Philippe de Timary},
  year={2010}
}
Aims: The present study examined the effects of protracted alcohol withdrawal on affectivity, craving, selective attention and executive functions (EFs) in alcohol-dependent patients.Methods: Selective attention (The D2 Cancellation Test), flexibility (Trail Making Test), inhibition (Stroop Task), decision making (Iowa Gambling Task), craving (Obsessive–Compulsive Drinking Scale) and state affectivity (Positive and Negative Affectivity Schedule) were assessed in alcohol-dependent patients (DSM… CONTINUE READING

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