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Effect of propranolol on task performance in human volunteers


, : Effect of propranolol on task performance in human volunteers. Indian Journal of Medical Research 77: 384-387

A double-blind randomized study on the effect of a single dose of 40 mg propranolol [an anxiolytic agent] on task performance in a non-competitive and competitive situation was undertaken in healthy human volunteers using simple objective techniques. The task performances consisted of the reaction time between a visual stimulus and response and the steadiness of the hand in performing a particular task. Propranolol in the dose used, significantly reduced the reaction time (P < 0.01) and produced a significant steadying effect (P < 0.05) in the competitive situation.

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