The Subacute Effect of Bromazepam on Psychomotor Activity and Subjective Mood

@article{Hobi1982TheSE,
  title={The Subacute Effect of Bromazepam on Psychomotor Activity and Subjective Mood},
  author={Viktor Hobi and UlrichC. Dubach and M Skreta and Imre Forgo and Heidi Riggenbach},
  journal={Journal of International Medical Research},
  year={1982},
  volume={10},
  pages={140 - 146}
}
  • Viktor Hobi, UlrichC. Dubach, +2 authors Heidi Riggenbach
  • Published 1982
  • Medicine
  • Journal of International Medical Research
  • In a double-blind study, fifty-five healthy, male medical students received a tranquillizer (bromazepam, ‘Lexotanil') or placebo according to dosage group (placebo, 1·5 mg and 3 mg bromazepam). The subjects were randomly allocated to three groups (placebo: n = 19; 1·5 mg: n = 19; and 3 mg: n = 17). Dependent variables tested were the subjective assessment of performance and the level of activation (self-rating), and aspects of psychomotor function were assessed using the standard testing… CONTINUE READING

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