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Fig 2. Subjective response of 6% v/v Malt Liquor and Diet Soda-Ethanol. From: Alterations in Ethyl Alcohol Pharmacokinetics During Oral Consumption of Malt Liquor Beverages in African Americans.

(A) Represent subject high response, (B) intoxication effect, (C) sedation effect and (D) stimulation effect. Subjective perceptions were collected using self-reported questionnaires, 30 minutes prior to beverage administration [time 0], then soon after

Robert E. Taylor, et al. Alcohol Clin Exp Res. ;32(12):2074-2080.
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Fig 1. Mean BrAC vs. Time Profiles for Alcohol as Malt Liquor and Diet Soda Ethanol (n=31) Error bars are standard error of the mean. From: Alterations in Ethyl Alcohol Pharmacokinetics During Oral Consumption of Malt Liquor Beverages in African Americans.

Total volume of beverage was divided into 3 equal aliquots, with subject consuming each aliquot in 1 minute with a 30 second interval between drinks, followed by 6 vigorous mouth rinses, 20 seconds duration before the first BrAC was taken.

Robert E. Taylor, et al. Alcohol Clin Exp Res. ;32(12):2074-2080.

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