P300 latency after ethanol ingestion in sons of alcoholics and in controls

@article{Schuckit1988P300LA,
  title={P300 latency after ethanol ingestion in sons of alcoholics and in controls},
  author={Marc A Schuckit and Eric Gold and Karen Croot and Patti Finn and John Polich},
  journal={Biological Psychiatry},
  year={1988},
  volume={24},
  pages={310-315}
}
  • Marc A Schuckit, Eric Gold, +2 authors John Polich
  • Published in Biological Psychiatry 1988
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The magnitude and persistence of ethanol-induced increases in the latency of the P3 event-related potential from auditory stimuli were evaluated in 21 sons of alcoholic fathers (FHP) and 21 control sons of nonalcoholics (FHN) matched on demography and drinking history. The men were assessed at baseline, 70 min after imbibing a beverage, and 240 min after drinking, with observations carried out for each individual in 3 dosage conditions (placebo, 0.75 ml/kg of ethanol, and 1.1 ml/kg of ethanol… CONTINUE READING

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