Recreational Cocaine Use May Impair Inhibitory Control

Researchers employed the ‘stop-signal paradigm’ to measure the length of time taken by subjects to initiate and suppress a prepared reaction. The results show that while both recreational users of cocaine and non-users performed similarly in terms of response initiation, users needed significantly more time to inhibit their responses.

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