The acute and sub-acute effects of 'ecstasy'(MDMA) on processing of facial expressions: preliminary findings

R Hoshi, J Bisla, HV Curran - Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 2004 - Elsevier


Rationale: There is evidence that serotonergic processes may modulate the processing of fearful facial expressions. It is therefore possible that the recreational drug 'ecstasy'(MDMA), which has marked serotonergic effects, may affect people's ability to recognise human facial …

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