Preresponse cues reduce the impairing effects of alcohol on the execution and suppression of responses.

@article{Marczinski2003PreresponseCR,
  title={Preresponse cues reduce the impairing effects of alcohol on the execution and suppression of responses.},
  author={Cecile A Marczinski and Mark T. Fillmore},
  journal={Experimental and clinical psychopharmacology},
  year={2003},
  volume={11 1},
  pages={110-7}
}
The present study examined the effects of alcohol on the ability to execute and inhibit behavior in a context in which preliminary information signaled the likelihood that a response should be executed or suppressed. Social drinkers (N = 12) performed a cued go/no-go task that required quick responses to go targets and suppression of responses to no-go targets. Performance was tested under 3 doses of alcohol: 0.65 g/kg, 0.45 g/kg, and 0.0 g/kg (placebo). Alcohol had no effect on inhibition and… CONTINUE READING

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