Subjective Effects And Changes In Steroid Hormone Concentrations In Humans Following Acute Consumption Of Alcohol
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Subjective effects and changes in steroid hormone concentrations in humans following acute consumption of alcohol. Psychopharmacology (Berl) 186:451 -61, 2006
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