Influence of Cue Exposure on Inhibitory Control and Brain Activation in Patients with Alcohol Dependence

@inproceedings{Mainz2012InfluenceOC,
  title={Influence of Cue Exposure on Inhibitory Control and Brain Activation in Patients with Alcohol Dependence},
  author={Verena Mainz and Barbara Drueke and Maren Boecker and Ramona Kessel and Siegfried Gauggel and Thomas Forkmann},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2012}
}
Alcohol dependence is a serious condition characterized by persistent desires to drink and unsuccessful efforts to control alcohol consumption despite the knowledge of dysfunction through the usage. The study at hand examined the influence of an alcohol exposure on inhibitory processes. Research provides evidence that trying to resist the temptation to drink exerts self-control, a limited resource which is used during all acts of inhibition. In line with this, studies demonstrate an impaired… CONTINUE READING
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