Lower Cortisol Activity is Associated with First-Time Driving while Impaired


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COUTURE, Sophie, Marie Claude OUIMET, Christina GIANOULAKIS, Jacques TREMBLAY, N. M. K. Ng Ying KIN, Jens PRUESSNER, Serge BROCHU, Katarina DEDOVIC, Thomas G. BROWN, 2015. Lower Cortisol Activity is Associated with First-Time Driving while Impaired. In: Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment. 9, pp. 25-32. eISSN 1178-2218

@article{Couture2015-04Lower-38502, title={Lower Cortisol Activity is Associated with First-Time Driving while Impaired}, year={2015}, doi={10.4137/SART.S21353}, volume={9}, journal={Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment}, pages={25--32}, author={Couture, Sophie and Ouimet, Marie Claude and Gianoulakis, Christina and Tremblay, Jacques and Kin, N. M. K. Ng Ying and Pruessner, Jens and Brochu, Serge and Dedovic, Katarina and Brown, Thomas G.} }

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