The relationship of plasma cortisol level with processing speed and working memory in methamphetamine users

Bijan Pirnia, Kambiz Pirnia, Ali Reza Pirkhaefi, Parastoo Malekanmehr, Alireza Zahiroddin

DOI: 10.22122/cdj.v0i0.420

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