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Addiction

09 September 2010

DUI offenders have reasoning issues

Repeat impaired-driving offenders have subtle deficits in their decision-making abilities that may not be detected through conventional tests, says a new study.

Repeat impaired-driving offenders have subtle deficits in their decision-making abilities that may not be detected through conventional tests, says a new study.

The IGT, Kasar explained, is used in many studies investigating alcohol problems because it simulates real-life decision-making.

 

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