Inge Kersbergen, University of Liverpool: Visual attention to health information on alcoholic drinks containers

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756
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Events And Seminars
DATE ADDED:
05-05-2014
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Inge talks about the effects of alcohol warning labels on the level of alcohol consumption. She discusses how much attention is paid to warning labels on alcoholic drink containers and how attention to a brand and health  information on alcoholic drinks containers is related to drinking behavior.
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