Mood and cognitive performance improved by a small amount of alcohol given with a lunchtime meal.

@article{Lloyd1997MoodAC,
  title={Mood and cognitive performance improved by a small amount of alcohol given with a lunchtime meal.},
  author={Heather Lloyd and Peter J. Rogers},
  journal={Behavioural pharmacology},
  year={1997},
  volume={8 2-3},
  pages={188-95}
}
Three drinks containing 0 g (no alcohol, NA), 8 g (low alcohol, LA) and 24 g (high alcohol, HA) of alcohol were formulated which were found to be indistinguishable from one another in sip-and-swallow triangle tests. In a second study, conducted according to a within-subjects design, 14 healthy human volunteers consumed these drinks as part of a small lunchtime meal, in counterbalanced order on 3 different days. They also completed a battery of cognitive tasks, together with mood ratings, before… CONTINUE READING
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