publication . Article . Other literature type . 2010

Pathogenetic Mechanism of Alcohol's Effect on Academic Performance

M. O. Welcome; E. V. Pereverzeva; V. A. Pereverzev;
Open Access English
  • Published: 23 Sep 2010
The regulatory competence of blood glucose homeostasis might determine the degree of academic performance. The aim of this study was to produce a model of students' alcohol use based on glucose homeostasis control and cognitive functions that might define the pathogenetic mechanism of alcohol's effect on academic performance. The study took six hours and thirty minutes on fasting, involving thirteen male students. Disturbances in cognitive functions, precisely a decrease in the effectiveness of active attention and a faster development of fatigue after four to six hours of mental work in alcohol users, compared to abstainers was statistically proven. These distu...
free text keywords: Alcohol, academic performance, pathogenetic mechanism.
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