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Alcohol Health & Research World

Alcohol's Effect on Cognition

Vol. 19, No. 2, 1995

In This Issue (p. 87)

Alcohol-Related Cognitive Impairments: An Overview of How Alcoholism May Affect the Workings of the Brain (p. 89)
Denise L. Evert and Marlene Oscar-Berman

Assessing Cognitive Impairment (p. 97)
Sara Jo Nixon

When Alcoholism Affects Memory Functions: MRI of the Brain (p. 104)
Terry L. Jernigan and Arne L. Ostergaard

Event-Related Potentials and Cognitive Function in Alcoholism (p. 108)
Bernice Porjesz and Henri Begleiter

Alcohol-Related Thiamine Deficiency: Impact on Cognitive and Memory Functioning (p. 113)
Philip J. Langlais

The Role of Liver Disease in Alcohol-Induced Cognitive Defects (p. 122)
Roger F. Butterworth

Alcohol-Induced Sleepiness and Memory Function (p. 130)
Timothy Roehrs and Thomas Roth

Alcohol and the Cerebellum: Effects on Balance, Motor Coordination, and Cognition (p. 138)
Edith V. Sullivan, Margaret J. Rosenbloom, Anjali Deshmukh, John E. Desmond, and Adolf Pfefferbaum

Cognitive Impairment in Children of Alcoholics (p. 142)
Robert O. Pihl and Kenneth R. Bruce

Recovery of Cognitive Functioning in Alcoholics: The Relationship to Treatment (p. 148)
Mark S. Goldman


Cognitive Deficits in Alcoholism: Approaches to Theoretical Modeling (p. 155)
Kathryn G. Ingle and Herbert J. Weingartner

Fitness-for-Duty Testing: A New Approach to Workplace Safety (p. 159)
Marcelline Burns and Susanne Hiller-Sturmhöfel


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