Separate and combined effects of the social drugs on psychomotor performance

@article{Kerr2005SeparateAC,
  title={Separate and combined effects of the social drugs on psychomotor performance},
  author={J. Kerr and N. Sherwood and I. Hindmarch},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={2005},
  volume={104},
  pages={113-119}
}
Ten female subjects (five smokers and five non-smokers) performed a choice reaction time task (CRT), a compensatory tracking task (CTT), a short-term memory task (STM) and were tested for their critical flicker fusion threshold (CFF) at set points over 4 h after the administration of each possible combination of nicotine (2 mg gum or placebo), caffeine (250 mg capsule or placebo) and alcohol (30 g or placebo). Memory and motor function were shown to be facilitated by nicotine or caffeine, and… Expand
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