A comparison of the effect of imipramine, nomifensine, and placebo on the psychomotor performance of normal males
by
Wittenborn JR, Flaherty CF Jr, McGough WE, Bossange KA, Nash RJ.
Psychopharmacology (Berl) 1976 Dec 21;51(1):85-90


ABSTRACT

Imipramine (50 mg), nomifensine (50 mg) or placebo was administered early morning, late morning, and mid-afternoon to normal volunteers. The program of hourly tests included: the Digit Symbol Substitution, Perceptual Reversal, Time Estimation Test, and Simple and Complex Continuous Performances tests both of which required recognition of briefly exposed letters of the alphabet. It was found that relative to placebo or nomifensine, imipramine had a clearly detracting effect on most of the tests. Drowsiness was reported more often in the imipramine group than in the placebo and nomifensine groups combined.
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