Sleep inertia and alcohol impairment in young adults: neurocognitive effects and interactions

@inproceedings{Tokley2008SleepIA,
  title={Sleep inertia and alcohol impairment in young adults: neurocognitive effects and interactions},
  author={Melanie Joy Tokley and Michelle Ball},
  year={2008}
}
This study investigated the combined decrements of alcohol consumption and sleep inertia in young adults. Cognitions investigated included those required in emergency situations; mental tracking, visual scanning, working memory, and sustained, selective, and divided attention. 

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