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Alcohol-related context modulates performance of social drinkers in a visual Go/No-Go task: a preliminary assessment of event-related potentials.

Bibliographic reference Petit, Geraldine ; Kornreich, Charles ; Noël, Xavier ; Verbanck, Paul ; Campanella, Salvatore. Alcohol-related context modulates performance of social drinkers in a visual Go/No-Go task: a preliminary assessment of event-related potentials.. In: PLoS One, Vol. 7, no.5, p. e37466 (2012)
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