Everyday problems with executive dysfunction and impulsivity in adults recovering from methamphetamine addiction.

@article{Ellis2016EverydayPW,
  title={Everyday problems with executive dysfunction and impulsivity in adults recovering from methamphetamine addiction.},
  author={Carilyn C Ellis and William F. Hoffman and Sarah Jaehnert and Jane M Plagge and Jennifer M Loftis and Daniel L Schwartz and Marilyn S. Huckans},
  journal={Addictive disorders & their treatment},
  year={2016},
  volume={15 1},
  pages={1-5}
}
OBJECTIVES Compared with non-addicted controls (CTLs), adults in remission from methamphetamine addiction (MA-REM) evidence impairments on objective measures of executive functioning and impulsivity. METHODS To evaluate the impact of these impairments in MA-REM adults, demographically matched groups (MA-REM, n=30; CTLs, n=24) completed objective and self-report measures of executive functioning and impulsivity. RESULTS MA-REM adults demonstrated significantly (p < 0.050) greater objective… CONTINUE READING
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