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Fish Oil vs. Placebo on Subjective Effects of Alcohol

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Fish Oil vs. Placebo on Subjective Effects of Alcohol

This project represents a first step in examining the potential use of fish oil for the treatment of alcohol use disorder (AUD). The investigators will be testing for attenuation of alcohol-induced sedative and stimulant effects, as well as cognitive effects and cerebellar effects in healthy social drinkers.

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Drug - Fish Oil with ethanol and placebo ethanol infusions

Fish Oil with ethanol and placebo ethanol infusions

Drug - Placebo with ethanol and placebo ethanol infusions

Placebo with ethanol and placebo ethanol infusions

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Effect of Fish Oil vs. Placebo on Subjective Effects of Alcohol in Healthy Humans

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NCT03010917

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