Self reported sleep quality and cognitive performance in ecstasy users.

@article{Montgomery2007SelfRS,
  title={Self reported sleep quality and cognitive performance in ecstasy users.},
  author={Catharine Montgomery and John E. Fisk and Michelle Wareing and Philip N. Murphy},
  journal={Human psychopharmacology},
  year={2007},
  volume={22 8},
  pages={
          537-48
        }
}
OBJECTIVES Research suggests that ecstasy users exhibit psychobiological changes relative to nonusers such as altered sleep patterns and cognitive deficits. In turn, it has been suggested that sleep quality may be a mediator of such cognitive deficits in ecstasy users. The present study sought to investigate this proposed relationship. METHODS Aspects of cognitive functioning in 104 ecstasy users and 103 nonusers obtained from our previous studies were reanalysed to explore the extent to… CONTINUE READING
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