Drunk, but not blind: The effects of alcohol intoxication on change blindness

@article{Colflesh2013DrunkBN,
  title={Drunk, but not blind: The effects of alcohol intoxication on change blindness},
  author={Gregory J. H. Colflesh and J. Wiley},
  journal={Consciousness and Cognition},
  year={2013},
  volume={22},
  pages={231-236}
}
Alcohol use has long been assumed to alter cognition via attentional processes. To better understand the cognitive consequences of intoxication, the present study tested the effects of moderate intoxication (average BAC between .071 and .082) on attentional processing using complex working memory capacity (WMC) span tasks and a change blindness task. Intoxicated and sober participants were matched on baseline WMC performance, and intoxication significantly decreased performance on the complex… Expand
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