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Alcohol Impaired Driving

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Alcohol Impaired Driving: From the Laboratory to the Natural Environment

This project combined laboratory and ambulatory assessment (AA) methods to test decision making associated with alcohol impaired driving (AID). Participants will complete a laboratory alcohol administration session followed by 6 weeks of mobile assessment. Data from drinking events will be examined to test how individuals make choices about driving or not after consuming alcohol.

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Behavioral - BAC feedback/warning

Participants will receive a warning when their BAC reaches a set limit. The cutpoint for this warning is not disclosed but is well below the legal limit for driving. Warning will notify them that their results indicate it is not safe for them to drive.

Behavioral - No BAC feedback/warning

Participants will receive no information on their current intoxication and will be asked to report less information on their driving decisions.

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Risk for Alcohol Impaired Driving: From the Laboratory to the Natural Environment

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NCT03846050

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e9rA8a