Boris B. Quednow talks about the relation between changing intensity of cocaine use and the development of cognitive functioning (Published on Feb 25, 2015).
Boris B. Quednow is an assistant Professor at the Department for Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics at the Psychiatric Hospital of the University of Zurich. The title of his talk is “Social and non-social cognitive dysfunctions in cocaine users are partially drug-induced but reversible: evidence from a longitudinal study”.
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See also: UZH News (German) “Kokain macht einsam“
Picture: Sibylle Gassmann, UZH News