State-dependent effects of alcohol on explicit memory: the role of semantic associations

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Rationale: Memory performance can be facilitated when the context in which retrieval occurs matches the context in which learning initially took place in two separate ways, in form of interactive or independent context. In the present study, the differential effects of alcohol, as independent context, on the free recall of items of high or low semantic… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s002139900349

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