The long-term effects of cocaine use on cognitive functioning: A systematic critical review

@article{Frazer2018TheLE,
  title={The long-term effects of cocaine use on cognitive functioning: A systematic critical review},
  author={Kirsten M Frazer and Qwynten Richards and D. Keith},
  journal={Behavioural Brain Research},
  year={2018},
  volume={348},
  pages={241-262}
}
Background The predominant view of chronic cocaine use maintains that it causes a broad range of cognitive deficits. However, concerns about the possibly deleterious impact of cocaine on cognitive functioning have yet to be thoroughly vetted. This review addresses the impact of cocaine use on such cognitive domains as executive function, memory, language, and psychomotor speed. Additionally, relevant neuroimaging data is considered to understand the neural basis underlying cocaine‐related… Expand
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