The effect of 'standard drink' labelling on the ability of drinkers to pour a 'standard drink'.

@article{Stockwell1991TheEO,
  title={The effect of 'standard drink' labelling on the ability of drinkers to pour a 'standard drink'.},
  author={Tim R Stockwell and D G Blaze-Temple and Christopher Walker},
  journal={Australian journal of public health},
  year={1991},
  volume={15 1},
  pages={56-63}
}
Australia's National Health Policy on Alcohol has recommended that beverage containers be labelled so that alcohol content is 'readily understandable by the public'. Health promotion to increase the responsible use of alcohol now relies extensively on the concept of a standard drink--usually defined as 10 g of ethyl alcohol. Numerous difficulties confront a drinker who wishes to apply the standard drink system to monitor alcohol intake. This report describes a series of experimental tests of… CONTINUE READING

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