Effects of alcohol on attentional mechanisms involved in figure reversals

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Effects of alcohol on attentional mechanisms involved in figure reversals. / O'Brien, Claire; Harris, Mike; Higgs, Suzanne.

In: Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental , Vol. 28, No. 5, 09.2013, p. 484-94.

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title = "Effects of alcohol on attentional mechanisms involved in figure reversals",
abstract = "The impairing effects of alcohol on attention are well documented and are thought to involve inhibitory mechanisms. We used ambiguous figures (Face-Vase and Necker cube) to test whether the intentional control mechanism is more vulnerable to the effects of alcohol than the automatic mechanism.",
author = "Claire O'Brien and Mike Harris and Suzanne Higgs",
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