Booze control — science reveals how young drinkers maintain the perfect buzz
As an expert in this field, I concur!
Cheers to scientists for figuring out the decision-making behind the amount college students drink.
Researchers at Ohio State University took the unusual route of analyzing the drinking habits of coeds the way engineers study vehicular mechanics.
And they found that young boozers decide when to hit the breaks on binging the same way that cruise control kicks in to maintain speed in cars.
Most of the nearly 1,500 thirsty scholars (all of legal drinking age) studied at bars and parties in San Diego told researchers they wanted to either feel “buzzed” or to get “very drunk” — and it turns out, they sipped accordingly.