ERP evidence suggests executive dysfunction in ecstasy polydrug users

@article{Roberts2013ERPES,
  title={ERP evidence suggests executive dysfunction in ecstasy polydrug users},
  author={Carl A Roberts and Stephen H. Fairclough and John E. Fisk and Florencia Tames and Catharine Montgomery},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={2013},
  volume={228},
  pages={375-388}
}
Deficits in executive functions such as access to semantic/long-term memory have been shown in ecstasy users in previous research. Equally, there have been many reports of equivocal findings in this area. The current study sought to further investigate behavioural and electro-physiological measures of this executive function in ecstasy users. Twenty ecstasy–polydrug users, 20 non-ecstasy–polydrug users and 20 drug-naïve controls were recruited. Participants completed background questionnaires… CONTINUE READING
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