The purpose of this study is to examine with the aid of fMRI the effects of alcohol on brain functions involved in driving.
Normal, male and female subjects over 18 years of age, who drink socially, hold a valid driver's license and do not use street drugs. Pregnant women cannot participate in this study.
Subjects are seen twice. The first visit is a screening and take 1 hour for physical, psychiatric and neuropsychological examination. The second visit is the actual study and consists of approximately 3 scanning hours.
A urine sample is collected to screen for drug use.
Participants receive $75.00 at the end of each visit and $10 at the end of the screening.
For more information, contact the Principal Investigator at Gpearls@harthosp.org