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|Title:||Alcohol in moderation, premorbid intelligence and cognition in older adults: results from the Psychiatric Morbidity Survey.|
|Citation:||J NEUROL NEUROSURG PSYCHIATRY, 2009, 80 (11), pp. 1236-1239|
|Abstract:||To test the hypothesis that the association previously reported between moderate alcohol use and better cognition is an artefact of confounding by (a) higher premorbid education and socioeconomic status; (b) a lifestyle of moderation (using smoking as a risk marker); and (c) decreased alcohol consumption in people with physical illnesses.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Dept. of Health Sciences|
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