The Effect of Bromazepam on Psychomotor Activity and Subjective Mood

@article{Hobi1981TheEO,
  title={The Effect of Bromazepam on Psychomotor Activity and Subjective Mood},
  author={V. Hobi and U. Dubach and M. Skreta and J. Forgo and H. Riggenbach},
  journal={Journal of International Medical Research},
  year={1981},
  volume={9},
  pages={89 - 97}
}
The effects of short-term (acute) doses of bromazepam were studied in a double-blind trial with the aid of three dosage groups comprising a total of fifty-five healthy male medical students (who received placebo, and 1.5 mg or 3.0 mg bromazepam, respectively). Subjective well-being was recorded through self-ratings by the volunteers, and the variables of psychomotor function by standard testing instruments. In terms of subjective well-being, fatigue and decreased performance (statistically… Expand
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  • The Journal of international medical research
  • 1982
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