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High-Intensity Drinking in Adult Australian Twins

Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research

Jan 17, 2020

Genevieve F DashWendy S Slutske

Abstract

Many adult drinkers consume far beyond the binge threshold. This "high-intensity drinking" (HID), defined as 2 (HID-2) and 3 (HID-3) times the binge threshold, is of public health interest due to its role in acute alcohol-related harms. Research on HID has mostly been limited to college...read more

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High-Intensity Drinking in Adult Australian Twins

Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research

Jan 17, 2020

Genevieve F DashWendy S Slutske

PMID: 31943258

DOI: 10.1111/acer.14262

Abstract

Many adult drinkers consume far beyond the binge threshold. This "high-intensity drinking" (HID), defined as 2 (HID-2) and 3 (HID-3) times the binge threshold, is of public health interest due to its role in acute alcohol-related harms. Research on HID has mostly been limited to college...read more

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Euphoric Mood
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