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    • Binge drinking affects brain oscillations linked to motor inhibition and execution 

      López Caneda, Eduardo Guillermo; Rodríguez Holguín, Socorro; Correas, Ángeles; Carbia Sinde, Carina; González Villar, Alberto Jacobo; Maestú Unturbe, Fernando; Cadaveira Mahía, Fernando (SAGE Publications, 2017)
      Introduction: Neurofunctional studies have shown that binge drinking (BD) patterns of alcohol consumption during adolescence and youth are associated with anomalies in brain functioning. Recent evidence suggests that ...
    • Electrophysiological correlates of an alcohol-cued Go/NoGo task: A dual-process approach to binge drinking in university students. 

      Blanco Ramos, Javier; Cadaveira Mahía, Fernando; Folgueira Ares, Rocío; Corral Varela, María Montserrat; Rodríguez Holguín, Socorro (MDPI, 2019)
      Binge drinking is a common pattern of alcohol consumption in adolescence and youth. Neurocognitive dual-process models attribute substance use disorders and risk behaviours during adolescence to an imbalance between an ...
    • Event-related brain potential indexes provide evidence for some decline in healthy people with subjective memory complaints during target evaluation and response inhibition processing 

      Cid Fernández, Susana; Lindín Novo, Mónica; Díaz Fernández, Fernando (Elsevier, 2021)
      In the preclinical stage of the Alzheimer’s disease (AD) continuum, subjects report subjective memory complaints (SMCs), although with the absence of any objective decline, and have a higher risk of progressing to dementia ...
    • Evolution of the binge drinking pattern in college students: neuropsychological correlates 

      López Caneda, Eduardo Guillermo; Rodríguez Holguín, Socorro; Doallo Pesado, Sonia; Corral Varela, María Montserrat; Cadaveira Mahía, Fernando (Elsevier, 2014)
      It is well known that alcohol impairs response inhibition and that adolescence is a critical period of neuromaturation where cognitive processes such as inhibitory control are still developing. In recent years, growing ...
    • 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 ...
    • Response Inhibition and Binge Drinking During Transition to University: An fMRI Study 

      Suárez Suárez, Samuel; Doallo Pesado, Sonia; Pérez García, José Manuel; Corral Varela, María Montserrat; Rodríguez Holguín, Socorro; Cadaveira Mahía, Fernando (Frontiers Media, 2020)
      Background: Binge Drinking (BD), a highly prevalent drinking pattern among youth, has been linked with anomalies in inhibitory control. However, it is still not well characterized whether the neural mechanisms involved in ...





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