volume 49, issue 2-3, P449-457 1988
DOI: 10.1016/0300-483x(88)90031-5
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Abstract: A recent study reported that a minimally suprathreshold dose of 20% nitrous oxide significantly affected performance on 3 of 9 computer-administered neurobehavioral tests. Performance decrements were observed in that study on 3 tests of psychomotor speed while other neurobehavioral functions such as visuospatial ability, verbal learning and mood were not significantly affected. The current study was undertaken to assess the reproducibility of these earlier results. Its experimental design was expanded to inclu…

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