EFFECT OF GLASS MARKINGS ON DRINKING RATE IN SOCIAL ALCOHOL DRINKERS

DM Troy, AS Attwood, OM Maynard, NS Scott-Samuel, M Hickman, Theresa Marteau & MR Munafo
Background/Purpose: Excessive alcohol use is a major public health concern. Altering the shape and design of glassware has shown promise as a potential choice architecture intervention (i.e., changing the property of relevant objects to encourage healthier behaviour). The aim of these studies was to explore the influence of volume information on glassware on the time taken to consume an alcoholic beverage. Methods: In Study 1, male and female social alcohol consumers (n = 159) were...
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