Effect of glass markings on drinking rate in social alcohol drinkers (study one)

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This study investigated whether volume information on curved glasses alters the time taken to consume an alcoholic beverage. Participants (n = 159) were asked to drink low or standard strength lager from either a curved glass marked at midpoint with a band of yellow tape or an unmarked curved glass. Time to consume the drink was recorded. Data are restricted access for this study as participants were consented under procedures that did not include consent for data to be made open.

Creator(s) David Troy, Marcus Munafo, Angela Attwood
Funder Medical Research Council, NIHR
Contributor(s) Matthew Hickman, Nick Scott-Samuel, Theresa Marteau, Olivia Maynard
Publication date 11 Nov 2016
Language eng
Publisher University of Bristol
Licence Non-Commercial Government License for public sector information
DOI 10.5523/bris.gujajy0f45po11lz1dln554f4
Citation David Troy, Marcus Munafo, Angela Attwood (2016): Effect of glass markings on drinking rate in social alcohol drinkers (study one). https://doi.org/10.5523/bris.gujajy0f45po11lz1dln554f4
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