Ethanol reduces rCFB activation of left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex during a verbal fluency task.


In a previous study in normal subjects (Wendt et al., 1994), using a reversing checkerboard as activation stimulus, we found that the coupling between local neuronal activity and regional cerebral blood flow was preserved following ethanol, and that a right-sided occipital activation response seen during sobriety became symmetrical during inebriation. In… (More)


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