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- Spear, Linda Patia
- Physiology & behavior 2015 v.148 pp. 122-130
- perfluorocarbons, etc ; adolescence; adolescents; adulthood; adults; alcohol abuse; animal models; binging; cannabinoids; cognition; drugs; ethanol; females; gender differences; humans; males; nicotine; prefrontal cortex; rats; risk; social facilitation; Show all 21 Subjects
- ... There are two key alcohol use patterns among human adolescents that confer increased vulnerability for later alcohol abuse/dependence, along with neurocognitive alterations: (a) early initiation of use during adolescence, and (b) high rates of binge drinking that are particularly prevalent late in adolescence. The central thesis of this review is that lasting neurobehavioral outcomes of these two ...
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