Bosanquet, David; MacDougall, Hamish; Rogers, Stephen; Starmer, Graham; McKetin, Rebecca; Blaszczynski, Alexander; McGregor, Iain
Rationale: Previous research indicates a complex link between methamphetamine (METH) and driving performance. Acute dosing with amphetamines has improved driving-related performance in some laboratory studies, while epidemiological studies suggest an association between METH use, impaired driving, and accident culpability. Methods: Current METH users were compared to a control group of nonusers on driving simulator performance. Groups were matched for age, gender, and driving experience....[Show more]
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