Ethanol-Induced Alterations in Electroencephalographic Activity in Adult Males

  title={Ethanol-Induced Alterations in Electroencephalographic Activity in Adult Males},
  author={Howard L. Cohen and Bernice Porjesz and H. Begleiter},
The present investigation examined the effects of placebo (P), low-dose (LD), and high-dose (HD) ethanol on dectroencephalographic (EEG) activity in 21 healthy, adult Males ([Xmacr ] = 22.7 years). Only one condition (P, LD, or HD) was presented per day and the condition oder was randomized. For each subject, blood-alcohol levels measured via breathalyzer and EEG activity, using the entire 10/20 International System, were recorded both prior to and at intervals of 35, 70, 105, and 140 minutes… CONTINUE READING

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