Ecstasy use and higher-level cognitive functions: weak effects of ecstasy after control for potential confounds.

@article{Bedi2008EcstasyUA,
  title={Ecstasy use and higher-level cognitive functions: weak effects of ecstasy after control for potential confounds.},
  author={Gillinder Bedi and Jennifer R. Redman},
  journal={Psychological medicine},
  year={2008},
  volume={38 9},
  pages={
          1319-30
        }
}
BACKGROUND Although there have been several reports linking ecstasy use with lowered cognitive function, much previous research suffers from substantial methodological limitations. The present study aimed to examine associations between ecstasy use and higher-level cognitive functions, using a larger sample size than most previous research and better controlling for a range of potential confounds. METHOD A cross-sectional cohort design assessed 45 currently abstinent ecstasy polydrug users… CONTINUE READING
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