Caffeinated alcoholic beverages have been associated with increased risk of alcohol-related harms. However, few studies have examined these combined effects on behavioural control, which is believed to underlie many of the negative effects of alcohol consumption. In addition, studies have often omitted subjective measures, and none have directly assessed the role of caffeine consumer history.
|Translated title of the contribution
|Effects of caffeine on alcohol-related changes in behavioural control and perceived intoxication in light caffeine consumers
|Number of pages
|Published - 2012
- Brain and Behaviour
- Tobacco and Alcohol
- Nutrition and Behaviour