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Laboratory performance during acute intoxication and hangover
William E Collins
by Dept. of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Office of Aviation Medicine, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Washington, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||William E. Collins, W. Dean Chiles, FAA Civil Aeromedical Institute|
|Series||Report - Office of Aviation Medicine ; FAA-AM-79-7|
|Contributions||Chiles, W. Dean, joint author, United States. Office of Aviation Medicine, Civil Aeromedical Institute, Oklahoma City, Okla|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||28|
Alcohol hangover may be defined as an adverse effect of heavy alcohol consumption present after sufficient time has elapsed for the alcohol to have been eliminated from the blood. Understanding how hangover may impair performance is important for public safety; yet, there is relatively little hangover research. This paper outlines good practice for future Cited by: Alcohol hangover commonly occurs after an episode of heavy drinking. It has previously been demonstrated that acute high-dose alcohol intoxication reduces cognitive control, while automatic processes remain comparatively unaffected. However, it has remained unclear whether alcohol hangover, as a consequence of binge drinking, modulates the interplay between Cited by: 1.
acute intoxication can produce cognitive effects at BAC > %, studies which include participants above this threshold cannot disassociate hangover from acute intoxication effects. The perspective taken here is that BAC should be and hangover symptoms should be measured to validate the hangover condition. However,Cited by: Results: We found detrimental effects of alcohol on the main outcome measure both at the acute and 8‐hour post‐drink testing. There was also no significant difference between the older and younger pilots' performance of the flight task or in susceptibility to alcohol either while intoxicated or during by:
The aim of this study was to examine the effects of hangover on mood, multitasking ability, and psychological stress reactivity to cognitive demand. Using a crossover design and semi-naturalistic methodology, 25 participants attended the laboratory in the morning following a night of (i) alcohol abstinence and (ii) alcohol self-administration during a typical night out (with . Results from studies into the cognitive effects of alcohol hangover have been mixed. They also present methodological challenges, often relying on self-reports of alcohol consumption leading to hangover. The current study measured Breath Alcohol Concentration (BAC, which was obtained via breathalyzer) and self-reported drinking behavior during a night by: 5.
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LABORATORY PERFORMANCE DURING ACUTE INTOXICATION AND HANGOVER Introduction. Although Federal Aviation Regulation states in part that no one may act as a crewmember of a civil aircraft within 8 hours after the consumption of any alcoholic beverage or while under the influence of alcohol, toxico.
Results showed clear deleterious effects of alcohol on the MTPB and the tracking tasks immediately following drinking. During the morning (hangover) tests, scores on the MTPB and on the static and dynamic tracking tasks showed small circadian effects (scores were better) without impairment due to the alcohol.
There were no congener by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Collins, William Edward, Laboratory performance during acute intoxication and hangover.
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. DTIC ADA Laboratory Performance during Acute Intoxication and Hangover, by Defense Technical Information Center.
PERFORMANCE EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL INTOXICATION AND HANGOVER AT GROUND LEVEL AND AT SIMULATED ALTITUDE Introduction. Impairment of performance due to the ingestion of alcohol depends in part on the blood alcohol levels (BAL) produced and on the ability requirements of the task (18).
Hum Factors. Aug;22(4) Laboratory performance during acute alcohol intoxication and hangover. Collins WE, Chiles WD. PMID: Cited by: The hangover group had increased reaction times compared with the control group. Selective attention (Stroop and Eriksen's Flanker test performance) was significantly impaired during alcohol hangover.
However, the number of errors did not differ significantly between the groups in Cited by: 3. Hangover Predicts Residual Alcohol Effects on Psychomotor Vigilance the Morning After Intoxication. Laboratory performance during acute alcohol intoxication and hangover.
Alcohol hangovers are next-morning adverse effects that occur after an evening of binge drinking, that is, drinking more than four (women) or five (men) drinks on one occasion. When hangover symptoms start to occur, blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is Cited by: Correlations were calculated between all sleep measures and state anxiety recorded on both testing days.
State anxiety in the hangover condition was negatively related to the report of how light the participants found their sleep in the no hangover condition (r = −; df = 46, P Cited by: Alcohol had no effect on the free recall task and the spatial attention task.
Alcohol consumption, either acute or the next day, significantly affected reaction time, divided attention, selective attention and Stroop interference. The impairments during intoxication and hangover were of comparable magnitude.
Differential propensity for hangover may play a role in determining individuals’ drinking practices so predictors of incidence and severity are needed. Methods Data were combined from three randomized crossover trials investigating the residual effects of heavy drinking on next-day by: Purpose.
No psychometrically established measure of acute hangover symptoms is published and available to use in experimental investigations. The present investigation combined data across three studies of residual alcohol effects to establish the properties of a new Acute Hangover Scale (AHS) based on symptoms supported in previous lab by: Both hangover and performance deficits have been documented the day after drinking to intoxication after breath alcohol concentration (BrAC) has returned to near zero.
But few studies have examined the relationship between hangover and post-intoxication by: Hangover is a consequence of acute alcohol intoxication, highly associated to binge drinking pattern of alcohol consumption. Hangover has been closely associated since antiquity as a consequence of acute alcohol intoxication and it is generally assumed as one of the most prevalent phenomena of alcohol by: A systematic review of the next‐day effects of heavy alcohol consumption on cognitive performance.
Correspondence to: Craig Gunn, Department of Psychology, University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath, BA2 7AY, by: Alcohol, Voi. 5, pp. Pergamon Press ptc, Printed in the U.S.A. /88 $ + After-Effects of Acute Alcohol Intoxication JAMES L. YORK AND SUSAN G.
REGAN Research Institute on Alcoholism New York State Division of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse Main Street, Buffalo, NY Received 25 January ; Accepted 3 May Cited by: 6. Aims: Alcohol misuse is a prime social and health problem in the UK. This paper presents a critical review of literature on the performance effects in the morning after binge drinking - during the alcohol hangover.
Several pathophysiological changes that both follow and outlast acute intoxication may give rise to alcohol hangover effects. Even after the acute intoxication has worn off and blood alcohol levels (BAC) have returned to ‰, cognitive, attentional, and psychomotor functions.
Organizing Research on Neurocognitive Performance During Hangover. Lemon () and Rohsenow, Howland, Arnedt et al. () have discussed the need to conceptually separate the effects of hangover severity on performance from residual effects of alcohol on performance since the effects of hangover severity imply that performance impairments fluctuate with hangover Author: L.
Darren Kruisselbrink. Cognitive and Psychomotor Performance During Alcohol Hangover Author(s): Jonathan Ling, Richard Stephens, Thomas M.
Heffernan. Department of Pharmacy, Health and Wellbeing, Faculty of Applied Sciences, University of Sunderland, Chester Road, Sunderland, SR2 7PT, by: Levels of thyroid and growth hormone do not change during acute alcohol intoxication or hangover.
Both acute intoxication and hangover cause metabolic acidosis (53, 54). Hemodynamic changes seen in the patient with hangover include increases in heart rate, left ventricular performance (as measured by ejection fraction), and blood pressure (14 Cited by: The Incidence and Severity of Hangover the Morning after Moderate Alcohol Intoxication.
W. Laboratory performance during acute. testing for hangover during the intoxication .