Heavy Alcohol Consumption and Memory Impairment

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Heavy Alcohol Consumption and Memory Impairment
Beyond the Influence: The Causal Relationship between Heavy Alcohol Consumption and Memory Impairment
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TOC o "1-5" h z u ABSTRACT
Heavy alcohol use damages memory functions. Compared to light drinkers, heavy drinkers demonstrate greater memory disability, particularly over time. This study will establish a correlation between the quantity of alcohol consumption, and its impact on memory. Participants will be a balanced age and gender range of fifty heavy drinkers (more than 1.00 fl oz alcohol per day) and fifty light drinkers (0.01 to 0.21 fl oz alcohol per day). Both groups will be given their...
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.....ork: Lawrence Erlbaum.
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Appendix I: Study Design
Score on PMQ
One Hour Post Consumption
Twenty-four Hours Post Consumption
Light Drinkers
Average Score= X1
Average Score= X2
Heavy Drinkers
Average Score= Y1
Average Score= Y2