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    • Is (poly-) substance use associated with impaired inhibitory control? A mega-analysis controlling for confounders 

      Liu, Yang; Van Den Wildenberg, W.P.M.; De Graaf, Ysanne; Ames, Susan L.; Baldacchino, Alexander; Bø, Ranghild; Cadaveira Mahía, Fernando; Campanella, Salvatore; Christiansen, Paul; Claus, Eric D.; Colzato, Lorenza S.; Filbey, Francesca M.; Foxe, John J.; Garavan, Hugh; Hendershot, Christian S.; Hester, Robert; Jester, Jennifer M.; Karoly, Hollis C.; Kräplin, Anja; Kreusch, Fanny; Landrø, Nils Inge; Littel, Marianne; Loeber, Sabine; London, Edythe D.; López Caneda, Eduardo Guillermo; Lubman, Dan I.; Luijten, Maartje; Marczinski, Cecile A.; Metrik, Jane; Montgomery, Catharine; Papachristou, Harilaos; Park, Su Mi; Paz, Andres L.; Petit, Géraldine; Prisciandaro, James J.; Quednow, Boris B.; Ray, Lara A.; Roberts, Carl A.; Roberts, Gloria M.P.; Ruiter, Michiel B. de; Rupp, Claudia I.; Steele, Vaughn R.; Sun, Delin; Takagi, Michael; Tapert, Susan F.; Holst, Ruth J. van; Verdejo-García, Antonio; Vonmoos, Matthias; Wojnar, Marcin; Yao, Yuanwei; Yücel, Murat; Zack, Martin; Zucker, Robert A.; Huizenga, Hilde M.; Wiers, Reinout W. (Elsevier, 2019)
      Many studies have reported that heavy substance use is associated with impaired response inhibition. Studies typically focused on associations with a single substance, while polysubstance use is common. Further, most studies ...





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