The effects of alcohol on preparation for expected and unexpected events.

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The present paper is concerned with investigating the effects of alcohol in situations where unexpected events occur and responses need to be cancelled and reprogrammed. One experiment is reported which involved the modification of an eight-choice reaction-time task, employing the priming procedures of Posner to investigate the effects of alcohol on… (More)

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@article{Glencross1995TheEO, title={The effects of alcohol on preparation for expected and unexpected events.}, author={Denis Glencross and J. Hansen and J. Piek}, journal={Drug and alcohol review}, year={1995}, volume={14 2}, pages={171-7} }