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10336Journal Article Reference 1 of 45
Title
2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans
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Food Technol., 2011, 65, 4, 12-12
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10307Journal Article Reference 2 of 45
Title
Panel Discussion V: The Message on Moderate Drinking
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Ann.Epidemiol., 2007, 17, S110-S111
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10274Web Page Reference 3 of 45
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International Drinking Guidelines
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12481Web Page Reference 4 of 45
Title
How much alcohol is in my drink?
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12484Web Page Reference 5 of 45
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Thoughts On The New Dietary Guidelines From Beer Business Daily
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12485Journal Article Reference 6 of 45
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How many standard drinks are there in a glass of wine?
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Drug & Alcohol Review, 1999, 18, 1, 99-101, Wiley-Blackwell
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10338Journal Article Reference 7 of 45
Title
Actual and Perceived Units of Alcohol in a Self-Defined 'Usual Glass' of Alcoholic Drinks in England
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10597Journal Article Reference 8 of 45
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Standardization of Alcohol Calculations in Research
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Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 2006, 30, 8, 1276-1287, Blackwell Publishing Inc
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10350Journal Article Reference 9 of 45
Title
The standard drink and alcohol consumption
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Drug Alcohol Rev., 1992, 11, 4, 363-370, Informa UK Ltd UK
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10323Journal Article Reference 10 of 45
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What is a'standard drink'? ICAP Report 5
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J.Subst.Use, 1999, 4, 2, 67-69, Informa UK Ltd UK
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10298Journal Article Reference 11 of 45
Title
The "Gray Area" of Consumption Between Moderate and Risk Drinking
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10342Journal Article Reference 12 of 45
Title
My cup runneth over: Young people's lack of knowledge of low-risk drinking guidelines
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Drug & Alcohol Review, 2012, 31, 2, 206-212, Wiley-Blackwell
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10315Journal Article Reference 13 of 45
Title
"My Drink is Larger than Yours"? A Literature Review of Self-Defined Drink Sizes and Standard Drinks
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Current Drug Abuse Reviews, 2008, 1, 2, 162-176
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10339Journal Article Reference 14 of 45
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Assessment of the Average Price and Ethanol Content of Alcoholic Beverages by Brand- United States, 2011
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10345Journal Article Reference 15 of 45
Title
Naturalistic observations of beer drinking among college students
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J.Appl.Behav.Anal., 1986, 19, 4, 391-396, Wiley Online Library
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10331Journal Article Reference 16 of 45
Title
Variation in the alcohol content of a ‘drink’of wine and spirit poured by a sample of the Scottish population
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Health Educ.Res., 2004, 19, 5, 485-491, Oxford Univ Press
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10347Journal Article Reference 17 of 45
Title
Validity of self-reported intakes of wine, beer and spirits in population studies.
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Eur.J.Clin.Nutr., 1996, 50, 7, 487-490
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10352Journal Article Reference 18 of 45
Title
Does the concept of a standard drink apply to viticultural societies?
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Alcohol and Alcoholism, 1999, 34, 2, 153-160
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12491Journal Article Reference 19 of 45
Title
Communicating Through Government Agencies
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Ann.Epidemiol., 2007, 17, 5, Supplement, S98-S102
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10316Journal Article Reference 20 of 45
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Not much to ask for, really! The introduction of standard drink labelling in Australia
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Addiction, 1999, 94, 6, 801-811, Wiley-Blackwell
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10348Book, Whole Reference 21 of 45
Book Title
A new deal in liquor, a plea for dilution
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1934, Doubleday, Doran & company, inc.
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10633Journal Article Reference 22 of 45
Title
Does Norwegian alcohol policy favour lower alcohol content beverages? A historical overview
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Nordic Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 2012, 29, 1, 7-n/a, Versita, Helsingfors, Poland, Helsingfors
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10344Journal Article Reference 23 of 45
Title
The impact of more visible standard drink labelling on youth alcohol consumption: Helping young people drink (ir)responsibly?
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Drug & Alcohol Review, 2009, 28, 3, 230-234, Wiley-Blackwell
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10595Journal Article Reference 24 of 45
Title
How many drinks does it take you to feel drunk? Trends and predictors for subjective drunkenness
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Addiction, 2006, 101, 10, 1428-1437, Blackwell Publishing Ltd
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10341Journal Article Reference 25 of 45
Title
Estimates of the Mean Alcohol Concentration of the Spirits, Wine, and Beer Sold in the United States and Per Capita Consumption: 1950 to 2002
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