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Catharine Montgomery
Catharine Montgomery
Reader in Psychopharmacology, Head of Institute for Health Research. Liverpool John Moores
Verified email at ljmu.ac.uk
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The effects of perceived parenting style on the propensity for illicit drug use: The importance of parental warmth and control
C Montgomery, JE Fisk, L Craig
Drug and alcohol review 27 (6), 640-649, 2008
1672008
The effects of heavy social drinking on executive function: a systematic review and meta‐analytic study of existing literature and new empirical findings
C Montgomery, JE Fisk, PN Murphy, I Ryland, J Hilton
Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental 27 (2), 187-199, 2012
1092012
The differential effects of ecstasy/polydrug use on executive components: shifting, inhibition, updating and access to semantic memory
C Montgomery, JE Fisk, R Newcombe, PN Murphy
Psychopharmacology 182, 262-276, 2005
1082005
Cannabis‐related deficits in real‐world memory
C Montgomery, AL Seddon, JE Fisk, PN Murphy, A Jansari
Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental 27 (2), 217-225, 2012
822012
Verbal working memory deficits in current and previous users of MDMA
M Wareing, JE Fisk, P Murphy, C Montgomery
Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental 19 (4), 225-234, 2004
792004
Subjective duration in the laboratory and the world outside
J Wearden, A O'Donoghue, R Ogden, C Montgomery
782014
The role of executive functions in human prospective interval timing
RS Ogden, E Salominaite, LA Jones, JE Fisk, C Montgomery
Acta psychologica 137 (3), 352-358, 2011
772011
The differential contribution of executive functions to temporal generalisation, reproduction and verbal estimation
RS Ogden, JH Wearden, C Montgomery
Acta Psychologica 152, 84-94, 2014
752014
The effects of a modest dose of alcohol on executive functioning and prospective memory
C Montgomery, KV Ashmore, A Jansari
Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental 26 (3), 208-215, 2011
742011
Assessing the functional significance of ecstasy‐related memory deficits using a virtual paradigm
C Montgomery, NP Hatton, JE Fisk, RS Ogden, A Jansari
Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental 25 (4), 318-325, 2010
742010
Real-world memory and executive processes in cannabis users and non-users
JE Fisk, C Montgomery
Journal of Psychopharmacology 22 (7), 727-736, 2008
682008
Executive working memory deficits in abstinent ecstasy/MDMA users: a critical review
PN Murphy, M Wareing, JE Fisk, C Montgomery
Neuropsychobiology 60 (3-4), 159-175, 2009
612009
Is (poly-) substance use associated with impaired inhibitory control? A mega-analysis controlling for confounders
Y Liu, WPM van den Wildenberg, Y De Graaf, SL Ames, A Baldacchino, ...
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 105, 288-304, 2019
602019
Evidence for executive deficits among users of MDMA (Ecstasy)
JE Fisk, C Montgomery, P Murphy, M Wareing
British Journal of Psychology 95 (4), 457-466, 2004
552004
Meta-analysis of molecular imaging of serotonin transporters in ecstasy/polydrug users
CA Roberts, A Jones, C Montgomery
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 63, 158-167, 2016
532016
Prospective memory functioning among ecstasy/polydrug users: evidence from the Cambridge Prospective Memory Test (CAMPROMPT)
F Hadjiefthyvoulou, JE Fisk, C Montgomery, N Bridges
Psychopharmacology 215, 761-774, 2011
532011
Visuo‐spatial working memory deficits in current and former users of MDMA (‘ecstasy’)
M Wareing, JE Fisk, P Murphy, C Montgomery
Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental 20 (2), 115-123, 2005
522005
Reasoning deficits in ecstasy (MDMA) polydrug users
JE Fisk, C Montgomery, M Wareing, PN Murphy
Psychopharmacology 181, 550-559, 2005
512005
The nature of ecstasy-group related deficits in associative learning
C Montgomery, JE Fisk, R Newcombe
Psychopharmacology 180, 141-149, 2005
512005
Everyday memory deficits in ecstasy-polydrug users
C Montgomery, JE Fisk
Journal of psychopharmacology 21 (7), 709-717, 2007
502007
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