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Heavy episodic drinking and alcohol-related injuries: An open cohort study among college students
Aim: The objective of this study is to assess the effects of Heavy Episodic Drinking (HED) on the incidence of alcohol-related injuries among university students in Spain, taking sex into consideration. Methods: We carried ...
Electrophysiological correlates of an alcohol-cued Go/NoGo task: A dual-process approach to binge drinking in university students.
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 ...
Electrophysiological Anomalies in Face–Name Memory Encoding in Young Binge Drinkers
(Frontiers Media, 2017-11-01)
A growing body of evidence indicates that the intake of large amounts of alcohol during one session may have structural and functional effects on the still-maturing brains of young people. These effects are particularly ...
Anomalías neurocognitivas asociadas al consumo intensivo de alcohol (binge drinking) en jóvenes y adolescentes: una revisión
(Sociedad Científica Española de Estudios sobre el Alcohol, el Alcoholismo y las otras Toxicomanías, 2014)
El consumo intensivo de alcohol o binge drinking (BD) constituye la forma de consumo problemático más común durante la adolescencia y juventud. Al mismo tiempo, es éste un período marcado por profundos cambios, tanto en ...
Response Inhibition and Binge Drinking During Transition to University: An fMRI Study
(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 ...