Category: The Brain & Alcohol
Alcohol and Improved Thinking, Reasoning and Cognition
- Research Study Suggests How Alcohol Might Improve Memory
- Drinking Alcohol Improves Brain Functioning
- Drinking Alcohol Helps Brain Cognition
- Drinking Alcohol and Mental Functioning
- Drinking Alcohol in Moderation Benefits Brain Functioning
- Moderate Alcohol Drinking Beneficial to Mental Functioning
- Moderate Alcohol Consumption & Better Cognitive Function in Women
- Moderate Alcohol Drinking Helps Memory
- Drinking Alcohol in Moderation Good for Memory and Thinking
- Drinking Alcohol in Moderation Reduces Cognitive Impairment
Alcohol and Stroke or “Brain Attack”
- Drinking Alcohol can Help Prevent Stroke
- Moderate Drinking Reduces Risk of Stroke
- Drinking Alcohol Reduces Risk of Stroke
Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease
- Drinking Alcohol Reduces Dementia Risk
- Drinking Alcohol and Cognitive Impairment, Dementia, and Alzheimer's: Research Evidence
- A Drink a Day May Delay Dementia
- Alcohol and Dementia
- Drinking Alcohol and Dementia
- Moderate Drinking of Alcohol Reduces Dementia Risk
- Moderate Drinking of Alcohol Improves Later Cognition
- Drinking Alcohol and Dementia/Alzheimer's Disease
- Drinking Alcohol may reduce Risk of Alzheimer's Disease
- Mediterranean Diet and Alzheimer’s Disease Risk
- Moderate Alcohol Consumption, Memory, and Alzheimer’s Disease
Alcohol and Brain Health
- Alcohol and Traumatic Brain Injury
- Alcohol is a Drug. Is it also a Toxin or Poison?
- “Drinking Alcohol Damages Teenagers’ Brains”
- Brain Development and Drinking Alcohol
- Religion and Alcohol Brain Damage
- Does Drinking Alcohol Kill Brain Cells?
- Brain Repairs Itself after Chronic Alcohol Abuse
- Dissenting Ideas on the New Brain Science
- Moderate Drinking Reduces Risk of Ischemic Stroke
- Moderate Alcohol Drinking Reduces Stroke Risk in Women
Alcohol and Behavior
- Gin Makes You Cry, Bubbly Makes You Flirt, Tequila Makes You Violent: Alcohol Myths?
- Intoxicaion and Judgment
- Blacking Out (Blackouts), Passing Out (Uncounsciousness), and Rape Allegations
- Alcohol Intoxication in Rape Allegations and Legal Defenses
- "Sham" Intoxication has Real Effects
- Drinking AlcoholandDomestic Violence
- Alcohol Linked to Partner Violence?
- Impulsivity in Problem Gamblers and Alcohol-Dependent Persons
- Drinking Alcohol at an Early Age (Early Onset of Drinking) and Later Alcohol Problems: New research
- Drinking Alcohol and Bad Behaviors
- Drinking Alcohol, Sex and Violence
- Alcohol, Water and Memory
- Reducing Alcohol-Related Problems: What We can Learn from Others
- Age of First Drink of Alcohol
- Drinking at an Early Age (Early Onset of Drinking) and Later Alcohol Problems: New Research
- Antilla, Tiia, et al. Alcohol drinking in middle age and subsequent risk of mild cognitive impairment and dementia in old age: a prospective population based study. British Medical Journal, 2004, 329, 538-539.
- Baum-Baicker, C., The psychological benefits of moderate alcohol consumption: A review of the literature. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 1985, 15.
- Bond, G., et al. Alcohol, aging and cognitive performance in a cohort of Japanese-Americans aged 65 and older: The Kame Project. International Psychogeriatrics, 2001, 13(2), 207-223.
- Christian, J. Moderate alcohol consumption helps preserve reasoning skills. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 1995, 56, 414-416.
- Cupples, L., et al. Effects of smoking, alcohol, and APO genotype on Alzheimer’s disease: the MIRAGE Study. Alzheimer Report, 2000, 3, 105-114.
- Dufouil, C., et al. Sex differences in the association between alcohol consumption and cognitive Performance. American Journal of Epidemiology, 1997, 146(5), 405-412.
- Elias, P., et al. Alcohol consumption and cognitive performance in the Framingham Heart Study. American Journal of Epidemiology, 1999, 150(6), 550-589.
- Galanis, D. J., et al. A longitudinal study of drinking and cognitive performance in elderly Japanese American men: The Honolulu-Asia Aging Study. American Journal of Public Health, 2000, 90, 1254-1259.
- Hendrie, H., et al. The relationship between alcohol consumption, cognitive performance, and daily functioning in an urban sample of older black Americans. Journal of the American Geriatric Society, 1996, 44(10), 1158-1165.
- Launer, L., et al. Smoking, drinking and thinking: the Zutphen Elderly Study. American Journal of Epidemiology, 1996, 143(3), 219-227.
- McDougall, Graham. Older Women's Cognitive and Affective Response to Moderate Drinking. Presented at the meetings of the National Congress on the State of Science in Nursing Research. Washington, D.C., October 7-8,2004; University of Texas at Austin. Moderate drinking in older adult women has positive influence on memory. News release, October 3, 2004.
- Mulkamal, K.J., et al. Prospective study of alcohol consumption and risk of dementia in older adults. Journal of the American Medical Association, 2003 (March 19), 289, 1405-1413.
- Orgogozo, M., et al. Wine consumption and dementia in the elderly: A prospective community study in the Bordeaux area. Revue Neurologique, 1997, 151(3).
- Ruitenberg, A., et al. Alcohol consumption and risk of dementia: the Rotterdam Study. Lancet, 2002, 359(9303), 281-286.
- Stampfer, M.J., et al. Effects of moderate alcohol consumption on cognitive function in women. New England Journal of Medicine, 2005, 352, 245-253.
- Tyson, P., and Schirmuly, M. Memory enhancement after drinking ethanol: Consolidation, Interference, or response bias? Psychology and Behavior, 1994, 56(5), 933-937.
- Zuccala, G. , et al. Dose-related impact of alcohol consumption on cognitive function in advanced age: Results of a multicenter study. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 2001, 25, 1743-1748.
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