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ISSN: 2155-6105

Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy
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Chandra S. Nerumalla

Baylor College of Medicine, Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Houston, Texas, USA

Biography

Chandra S. Nerumalla is a versatile author and has contributed major research works in the field of Addiction Research and Therapy, psychology, and neurology. And has dedicated their major research contributions in the field of Addiction research, Substance-Related Disorders, Psychology, Neurology, Behavioural Science, etc.
Publications

The Effects of the Benzodiazepine, Temazepam, on Neurocognitive Functioning and Sleep Patterns in Methamphetamine-Dependent Participants

Objectives: Previous research has shown that methamphetamine users demonstrate poorer sleep quality and daytime sleepiness when compared to healthy controls. It is also well known that long-term methamphetamine use is associated with impaired neurocognitive function and, similarly, sleep deprivation is associated with decreased neurocognitive perfo... Read More»

James J. Mahoney III, Brian J. Jackson, Ari D. Kalechstein, Richard De La Garza II, Ravi Shah, Chandra S. Nerumalla and Thomas F. Newton

Research Article: J Addict Res Ther 2012, S1-007

DOI: 10.4172/2155-6105.S1-007

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