Cognitive impairment and recovery associated with episodic and chronic alcohol use amongst Aboriginal Australians, and the factors that influence continued use after treatment Kylie Dingwall & Dr Sheree Cairney. Brain atrophy, ventricular enlargement, widened sulci
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Cognitive impairment and recovery associated with episodic and chronic alcohol use amongst Aboriginal Australians, and the factors that influence continued use after treatmentKylie Dingwall & Dr Sheree Cairney
Rosenbloom, Sullivan and Pfefferbaum, 2003
Chronic use – Consumption of large amounts of alcohol on a daily or near daily basis
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Computerised, non-verbal assessment intended for the repeated assessment of cognitive function in diverse groups
Detect cognitive impairments associated with episodic alcohol use among Aboriginal people.
Participants: 37 alcohol users assessed at baseline upon entry to treatment
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Australian Bureau of Statistics. (2006a). National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Survey 2004-05. [Cat. No. 4715.0]. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service