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Proceedings of the 11th Alcohol Hangover Research Group Meeting, in Nadi, Fiji

Department of Brain Sciences, Imperial College London, London W12 0NN, UK
Utrecht Institute for Pharmaceutical Sciences (UIPS), division of Pharmacology, Utrecht University, 3584CG Utrecht, The Netherlands
Centre for Human Psychopharmacology, Swinburne University, Melbourne, VIC 3122, Australia
School of Education and Social Sciences, University of the West of Scotland, Paisley, PA1 2BE, UK
More Labs, 3530 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 220, Los Angeles, CA 90010, USA
Toast! Supplements, 11 Blackburnian Rd, Lincoln, MA 01773, USA
Institute for Risk Assessment Sciences (IRAS), Utrecht University, 3584CM Utrecht, The Netherlands
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Proceedings 2020, 43(1), 1;
Published: 18 February 2020
(This article belongs to the Proceedings of Proceedings)
The present proceedings offer a summary of the 11th meeting of the Alcohol Hangover Research Group held in April 2019 in Nadi, Fiji. The aim of the meeting was to gather the world’s leading experts in the field of alcohol hangover and share advances and ideas to help better understand the underlying pathology, consequences, and potential therapeutics. Several aspects of alcohol hangover research were discussed, including hangover-associated impairments of cognitive performance and health, novel and best research practice, the validation and use of wearable technology and online tools for off-site data collection, effects of hangover on physical strength performance, new evidence on sex differences in the occurrence and severity of alcohol hangover, and exciting future projects and directions.
Keywords: hangover; alcohol; cognitive performance; hangover treatments hangover; alcohol; cognitive performance; hangover treatments
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Palmer, E.O.C.; Arnoldy, L.; Ayre, E.; Benson, S.; Balikji, S.; Bruce, G.; Chen, F.; van Lawick van Pabst, A.E.; van de Loo, A.J.A.E.; van Rossum, C.J.I.; O’Neill, S.; Scholey, A.; Terpstra, C.; van Wijk, M.; Verster, J.C. Proceedings of the 11th Alcohol Hangover Research Group Meeting, in Nadi, Fiji. Proceedings 2020, 43, 1.

AMA Style

Palmer EOC, Arnoldy L, Ayre E, Benson S, Balikji S, Bruce G, Chen F, van Lawick van Pabst AE, van de Loo AJAE, van Rossum CJI, O’Neill S, Scholey A, Terpstra C, van Wijk M, Verster JC. Proceedings of the 11th Alcohol Hangover Research Group Meeting, in Nadi, Fiji. Proceedings. 2020; 43(1):1.

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Palmer, Emily O. C.; Arnoldy, Lizanne; Ayre, Elizabeth; Benson, Sarah; Balikji, Stephanie; Bruce, Gillian; Chen, Fu; van Lawick van Pabst, Albertine E.; van de Loo, Aurora J. A. E.; van Rossum, Charmaine J. I.; O’Neill, Sean; Scholey, Andrew; Terpstra, Chantal; van Wijk, Michelle; Verster, Joris C. 2020. "Proceedings of the 11th Alcohol Hangover Research Group Meeting, in Nadi, Fiji" Proceedings 43, no. 1: 1.

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