Prospective memory deficits in illicit polydrug users are associated with the average long-term typical dose of ecstasy typically consumed in a single session.

@article{Gallagher2014ProspectiveMD,
  title={Prospective memory deficits in illicit polydrug users are associated with the average long-term typical dose of ecstasy typically consumed in a single session.},
  author={Denis Thomas Gallagher and Florentia Hadjiefthyvoulou and John E. Fisk and Catharine Montgomery and Sarita J. Robinson and Jeannie Judge},
  journal={Neuropsychology},
  year={2014},
  volume={28 1},
  pages={
          43-54
        }
}
RATIONALE Neuroimaging evidence suggests that ecstasy-related reductions in SERT densities relate more closely to the number of tablets typically consumed per session rather than estimated total lifetime use. To better understand the basis of drug related deficits in prospective memory (p.m.) we explored the association between p.m. and average long-term typical dose and long-term frequency of use. METHOD Study 1: Sixty-five ecstasy/polydrug users and 85 nonecstasy users completed an event… CONTINUE READING
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